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INDEX of PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1926 







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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1926 





WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1927 



CONTENTS 

Page. 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1926 3 

Alphabetical List of Patentees 5 

Alphabetical List of Registrants of Trade-Marks 742 

Alphabetical List of Trade-Mark Applicants Published for Opposition (Act of 

Feb. 20, 1905, Sec. 6, as amended Mar. 2, 1907) 1025 

Alphabetical List of Registrants of Labels 1177 

Alphabetical List of Registrants of Prints 1198 

Alphabetical List of Disclaimers 1210 

Alphabetical List of Inventions 1213 

Classified List of Trade-Marks Registered 1568 

Classified List of Trade-Mark Titles Published for Opposition (Act of Feb. 

20, 1905, Sec. 6, as amended Mar. 2, 1907) ,. 1781 

Alphabetical List of Labels Registered 1895 

Alphabetical List of Prints Registered 1912 

List of Disclaimers Arranged bt Inventions 1922 



DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1926. 



American Gas Accumulator Co. v. Prest-o-Lite Co., Inc. 

348 O. G. 3. 
American Lakes Paper Company. Ex parte. 350 O. G. 

469. 
American Steel Foundries v. Robertson, Commissioner of 

Patents, and Simplex Electric Heating Company. 342 

O. G. 711. 
American Tobacco Company, Inc., The, v. Gordon. Gor- 
don v. The American Tobacco Company, Inc. 342 

O. G. 510. 
Anderson. In re. 353 O. G. 522. 
Anderson, administrator of the estates of Percy L. Hill, 

deceased. In re. 350 O. G. 688. 
Andrews v. Downs. 346 O. G. 785. 
Andrews Radio Company v. Timmons Radio Products 

Corporation. 345 O. G. 798. 
Aram. Ex parte. 346 O. G. 783. 
Armand Company, The, v. Marvin. 349 O. G. 961. 
Behan. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 8. 
Bente, Ex parte. 353 O. G. 725. 
Berger. In re. 348 O. G. 269. 

Booth Fisheries Company v. Adams & Sons Grocer Com- 
pany. 350 O. G. 469. 
Braley v. Melzer. 353 O. G. 519. 
Bronson. In re. 347 O. G. 542. 
Buckwalter v. Pratt. 343 O. G. 733. 
Cameron. Ex parte. 342 O. G. 255. 
Campbell v. Gilpin. 346 O. G. 784. 
Caron Corporation v. Henri Muraour & Cie. 352 O. G. 

1049. 
Cartlidge. Ex parte. 348 0. G. 757. 
Cartlidge. In re. 348 O. G. 759. 
Childs & Sons, W. H., v. G. Sidenberg & Co. 346 0. G. 

785. 
Clark v. Birdsey. 350 O. G. 687. 
Claude. In re. 352 O. G. 1048. 
Colbv & McDermott v. The Max Glick Company. 349 

O. G. 3. 
Collins v. Lotz, Muhlfeld, and Caracrista. Muhlfeld and 

Caracristi v. Lotz and Collins. Lotz v. Collins, Muhl- 
feld, and Caracristi. 349 O. G. 717. 
Concrete Appliances Company and Insley v. Gomery, 

Schwartz, O'Meara, et al. 342 O. G. 507. 
Cooke v. Harbert. 353 O. G. 519. 
Cracker Jack Co., The, v. Aspegren & Co., Inc. 342 

0. G. 3. 
Craft v. Pratt. 347 O. G. 282. 
Craig v. Mayer. 349 O. G. 962. 
Culbertson. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 6. 
Davidson. In re. 352 0. G. 289. 
De Forest v. Hartley and White. White v. De Forest 

and Hartley. 344 O. G. 1060. 
Duro Pump & Manufacturing Company, The, v. California 

Cedar Products Company. 344 O. G. 1Q57, 1058. 
Durr. Ex parte. 342 O. G. 3. 
Eastman Kodak Company v. The Kodel Manufacturing 

Co. 349 O. G. 717. 
Edmonds Shoe Company v. Beck Hazzard, Inc. 346 O. 

G. 511. 
Ellis. Ex parte. 343 O. G. 483, 484. 
Erickson v. Dunbar v. Dunham. 353 O. G. 3. 
Federal Yeast Corporation v. Fleischmann Co. 351 

O. G. 3. 
France Milling Co., Inc., v. Washburn-Crosby Co., Inc. 

348 O. G. 269. 
Franklin Knitting Mills. Inc., v. Fashion Wear Shirt 

Company. 352 O. G. 781. 
Franklin Knitting Mills. Inc., v. Henry Sonneborn & 

Co., Inc. 342 O. G. 4. 
Franklin Knitting Mills, Inc., v. Kassman & Kessner, Inc. 

348 O. G. 530. 
Gene-Vail Cigar Co., Inc. Ex parte. 345 O. G. 261. 
General Motors Corporation. Ex parte. 347 O. G. 1047. 
Giesler v. Moulet. Moulet v. Giesler. 349 O. G. 469. 
Goodall Worsted Co. v. Palm Knitting Co., Inc. 352 

O. G. 535. 
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, The. Ex parte. 

346 O. G. 3. 
Guggenheim v. Cantrell & Cochrane, Limited. 352 O. G. 

533 
Gulliford v. Russ. 349 O. G. 470. 
Guthrie v. Curlett et al. 353 O. G. 266. 
Hambuechen v. Schorger. 351 O. G. 685. 
Harlem Card & Paper Company, Inc., v. Taylor-Logan 

Co. 353 O. G. 519. 
Henderson v. Tanner and Thompson. 345 O. G. 797. 
Ho-Ro-Co Manufacturing Company v. Malone, doing busi- 
ness under the style and name of Poro College. 344 

O. G. 543. 
Holland Food Corporation v. The HO Cereal Company, 

Inc. 345 O. G. 540, 541. 
Holt v. Rimailho. 343 O. G. 3. 

Howard Co., R. S., v. Robertson, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents, et al. Baldwin Co. v. R. S. Howard Co. 352 

O. G. 291. 



Howe v. Clark and Hovey. 345 O. G. 263. 

Humphrey. Ex parte. 344 O. G. 543. 

Hunter v. Russell. 352 O. G. 1046. 

Independent Wireless Telegraph Company v. Radio Cor- 
poration of America. 344 O. G. 3, 1059. 

International Cork Co. v. New Process Cork Co. 344 
O. G. 267. 

Jacobi v. Winning v. Douglas. 343 O. G. 227. 

Jackson. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 5. 

James Brothers v. Edmiston. 347 O. G. 3. 

Jeffery and Montgomery v. Locke. 348 O. G. 531. 

Johnson & Son, S. C, v. The R. F. Johnston Paint Com- 
pany. 350 O. G. 470. 

Jollenbeck. In re. 346 O. G. 258. 

Jones. In re. 351 O. G. 685. 

Jones,. Jones and Werzner. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 4. 

Kassman & Kessner, Inc., v. Rosenberg Bros. Co. 346 
O. G. 257. 

King. Ex parte. 347 O. G. 282. 

Kirkeby and Hand, Inc. In re. 350 O. G. 243. 

Klausmeyer. In re. 346 O. G. 4. 

Kling v. Haring. 345 O. G. 5. 

Kushner & Gillman, Inc., v. Mayflower Worsted Company. 
351 O. G. 686. 

Lamb and Hoover v. Guillemard. 347 O. G. 805. 

Lambert Tire & Rubber Co., a Corporation, assignee of 
William A. Brubaker. In re. 353 O. G. 522. 

Leggett & Company, Francis H., v. Charles Gulden Inc. 
347 O. G. 542. 

Lobdell. In re. 345 O. G. 540. 

Locke v. Riddle. 348 O. G. 531. 

Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company v. Johnson Educator Food 
Company. 343 O. G. 227, 228. 

Los Angeles Creamery Company v. Ward (Electruck 
Corporation substituted). 352 O. G. 1045. 

Lowney Company, Walter M., v. Chandler & Rudd Com- 
pany. 350 O. G. 688. 

Luckett v. Delpark, Incorporated. 347 O. G. 285. 

Luxor, Limited. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 265. 

Macy & Company, Inc., R. H., v. H. W. Carter & Sons. 

350 O. G. 470. 

Macy & Co., Inc., R. H., v. Manbeck Baking Company. 

351 O. G. 441. 

Malone, doing business under the style and name of Poro 

College, v. Hay. 344 O. G. 544, 545. 
Malone, doing business under the style and name of 

Poro College, v. Weyer. 353 O. G. 523. 
Marinello Company. Ex parte. 342 O. G. 507. 
Mason Tire and Rubber Co., The. In re. 350 O. G. 243. 
Mathews v. Beeghley. 347 O. G. 541. 
Mathieu v. Mitchell Vance Co., Inc. 345 O. G. 264. 
Mattlet. Ex parte. 347 O. G. 1047. 
McGrath v. Burke. 352 O. G. 535. 
McKesson. In re. 352 O. G. 3. 
Merton. In re. 352 O. G. 1047. 
Midgley. Ex parte. 345 O. G. 4. 
Milburn Company, The Alexander, v. Davis-Bournonville 

Company. 344 O. G. 817. 
Mitchell v. Beach. 353 O. G. 268. 
Mulford. In re. 350 O. G. 244. 
Nash Coffee Company. Ex parte. 352 O. G. 781. 
O'Rourke. Ex parte. 343 O. G. 733. 
Ostermoor & Co., Inc., v. John A. Schwarz, Inc. 353 

O. G. 522. 
Owen v. Heimann. 349 O. G. 219. 
Parke, Davis & Company v. Brewer & Company, Inc. 

351 O. G. 442. 
Petersen v. Thomas. 347 O. G. 4. 
Pierce v. Tripp v. Powers. 352 O. G. 784. 
Protex Signal Co. v. Feniger et al. 351 O. G. 201. 
Redeclaration of Interferences Nos. 49,635, 49,636, and 

49,866. In re. 350 O. G. 3. 
Rimailho v. Holt. 343 O. G. 6. 
Rocke v. Bogdonoff. 347 O. G. 1048. 
Rose v. Dougherty v. Keller v. Danforth v. Levan et al. 

v. Lines v. Luetscher. 348 O. G. 529. 
Ross. Ex parte. 347 O. G. 284. 
Rundell. In re. 352 O. G. 289. 
Ryon v. Hathaway. 348 O. G. 529. 
San-I-Sal Laboratories, Inc., v. Pine-O-Sal Chemical 

Company. 350 O. G. 4. 
Scalione v. Bosch and Heimann. 347 O. G. 806. 
Scalione v. Bosch. 347 O. G. 807. 
Scalione v. Heimann. 347 O. G. 807. 
Schield et al-., William, a Copartnership doing business 

under the style and name of Wm. Schield Mfg. Co., v. 

Jones. 353 O. G. 520. 
Scott & Williams, .Inc., v. Aristo Hosiery Co., Inc. 352 

O. G. 1049. 
Smith v. Brixey. 351 O. G. 686. 
Smith & Companv, Edward, v. C. Schrack & Co. 348 

O. G. 758, 759. 
Speer. Ex parte. 343 O. G. 483. 

Sperrv Gyroscope Company v. Arma Engineering Com- 
pany. 349 C). G. 220. 

3 



DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1926. 



Stevens. Ex parte. 345 O. G. 539. 

Stevenson. In re. 349 O. G. 3, 4. 

Stilz v. The United States. 342 O. G. 256. 

Storm Waterproofing Corporation v. L. Sonneborn Sons, 
Inc. 353 O. G. 725. 

Stromberg Motor Devices Co. v. Benecke & Kropf Mfg. 
Co. (Two cases.) Benecke & Kropf Mfg. Co. v. Strom- 
berg Motor Devices Co. (Two cases.) 352 O. G. 4. 

Sutton. Ex parte. 343 O. G. 3. 

Sweeny v. Replogle. 349 O. G. 220. 

Sweetland. In re. 353 O. G. 520. 

Tabb. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 7. 

Tully. In re. 347 O. G. 543. 

Tunstall v. White. 343 O. G. 228. 

United States, ex rel. Troy Laundry Machinery Co., 
Ltd., v. Robertson, Commissioner of Patents. 345 
O. G. 262. 



Victor Talking Machine Co. v. Brunswick-Balke-Collender 
Co. et al. Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. et al v. Vic- 
tor Talking Mach. Co. 352 O. G. 4. 

Vissering. In re. 348 O. G. 5. 

Waters. Ex parte. 352 O. G. 783. 

Whittington. Ex parte. 347 O. G. 281. 

Wilson. Ex parte. 345 O. G. 3. 

Wilson. In re. 345 O. G. 5. 

Woodruff v. Rodman. 352 O. G. 3. 

Woodsome and Swan. In re. 349 O. G. 4. 

Yale Electric Corporation v. The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co. 
353 O. G. 521. 

Yellow Cab Manufacturing Co. Ex parte. 353 O. G. 
265. 

Young and Casper v. Ross & Rhoads. 350 O. G. 4. 

Zatarain & Sons. Inc., E. A., v. The Ohio Salt Company. 
342 O. G. 713. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1926. 



Note. — Arranged in accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (in accordance with city 
and telephone directory practice) . Includes patents, reissues, and designs. 



Registrants of Trade-Marks, Trade-Mark Applicants, and Registrants of Labels and of Prints and parties 
have filed Disclaimers follow this in separate indexes, but precede the Alphabetical List of Inventions. 



who 



A. Borsig G. m. b. H. (See Neuhaus, Fritz, assignor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Berge, Joseph, assignor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Champion, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Rabezzana, Hector, as- 
signor.) 

A C Spark Plug Company. (See Zubaty, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

AEG Deutsche Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Buch- 
miiller, Curt, assignor.) 

AEG Deutsche Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kahle, 
Walter, assignor.) 

A.-G. fur Handels- und Industriewerte Glarus. (See 
Richter, Alfred, assignor.) 

A. Ech. Rietzschel, G. m. b. H. (See Ziegler, Gustav, 
assignor.) 

A/S de Norske Saltverker. (See Backer, Christian B., 
assignor.) 

A/S Krvstal. (See Isaachsen, Isak, assignor.) 

A. W. Cash Company. (See Terry, Charles M., assignor.) 

A & Z Chain Co. (See Potter, James E., assignor.) 

Aab, William, New Elm, Minn. Envelope-opening at- 
tachment. 1,584.966 ; May IS. 

Aaby, Oscar L., Woodville, Wis. Anchoring means for 
stovepipes. 1,594.917 ; Aug. 3. 

Aabv. Oscar L., Woodville, Wis. Stovepipe anchor. 
1,603,100 ; Oct. 12. 

Aachte, William. (See Ernst. Gottlieb, assignor.) 

Aalborg, Christian. (See Townsend, J. R., and Aalborg.) 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa. Vacuum sweeper. 
1,576,701 ; Mar. 16. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Graphic- 
meter-control mechanism. 1,572,871 ; Feb. 16. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Ceiling fan. 
1,586.638; June 1. 

Aalborg. Christian, Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch- 
ing device. 1,590,402 ; June 29. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Circuit in- 
terrupter. 1,597,750 ; Aug. 31. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Fan. 
1,597,751; Aug. 31. 

Aalborg, Christian. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Fan con- 
struction. 1,597,752 ; Aug. 31. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Snap switch. 
1.602.871 ; Oct. 12. 

Aalborg, Christian. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Rheostat 
mechanism. 1.608.757 : Nov. 30. 

Aalborg, Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Fan. 
1,610,643; Dec. 14. 

Aaron, Solomon E.. Boston, Mass. Boat-handling ap- 
paratus. 1,575.808 ; Mar. 9. 

Aarts-Eisen Aktiengesellschaft. (See Aarts, Jacobus G., 
assignor.) 

Aarts, Jacobus G., Dongen, Netherlands, assignor to 
Aarts-Eisen Aktiengesellschaft, Lucerne, Switzerland. 
Producing pig iron or steel in blast furnaces. 
1,601,015; Sept. 28. 

Aasen, Andrew. (See Aasen, Bertha and A.) 

Aasen, Axel. Portland. Oreg. Locking device for automo- 
biles. 1,593,815 ; July 27. 

Aasen, Bertha and A., Seattle, Wash. Hair-cutting de- 
vice. 1.589,037; June 15. 



Abadie, Jacques, New Orleans, La. Roach trap. 

1,578,061; Mar. 23. 
Abadie, Jean-Baptiste, J. M., Paris, France, assignor, bv 

mesne assignments, to Rainbow Light Inc., New York, 

N. Y. Luminous tube using rarefied gases. 1,612,340 ; 

Dec. 28. 
Ab&lsamo, Carlos L. T., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Cir- 
cuit closer. 1,593,925 ; July 27. 
Abbadini, Orgerio, Fairbank, Pa. Wire connection for 

electric plugs. 1,579,050 ; Mar. 30. 
Abbe, Edward J., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Extensible boom. 

1,611,326 ; Dec. 21. 
Abbe, Lee E., Salem, Oreg. Safety milk-bottle retainer. 

1,592,511; July 13. 
Abbema, John F. (See Crawford, P. H., and Abbema.) 
Abbenzeller, Alfred D., Boston, assignor to Harrington 

& Richardson Arms Co., Worcester, Mass. Hand- 
cuff. 1,572,262; Feb. 9. 
Abbiuso, Joseph, Milford, Mass. Automobile jack handle. 

1,582,889 ; May 4. 
Abbot, Lee L., and W. N. Munroe, jr., assignors to The 

Munroe Shoe Company, Auburn, Me. Shoe-counter 

presser. 1,594,918 ; Aug. 3. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morgan 

& Wright. Stock-rolling apparatus. 1,574,541 ; 

Feb. 23. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., assignor to Morgan & Wright, 

Detroit, Mich. Machine for forming and vulcanizing 

strip material containing rubber or the like. 1,574.542 ; 

Feb. 23. 
Abbott, Adrian O., jr., assignor to Morgan & Wright, 

Detroit. Mich. Continuous bias-cutting machine. 

1,601,550; Sept. 28. 
Abbott, Arthur V. (See Rohmer, Gabriel E., assignor.) 
Abbott, Charles C, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric heater. 1,580,797 ; Apr. 

Abbott, Charles M., Watertown, assignor to Samuel 
Cabot, Inc., Boston, Mass. Shingle. 1,610,233 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Abbott, Clarence E. (See Ball, E.. and Abbott.) 

Abbott, Edward J., Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 
1,571,925 ; Feb. 9. 

Abbott, Edward J., Wilton, N. H. Strand-traverse guide. 
1,586,767 ; June 1. 

Abbott, Edward J., Wilton, N. H. Winding machine. 
1,609,639 ; Dec. 7. 

Abbott, Geoffrey J., Rugby, England. Power-transmis- 
sion mechanism. 1.601,662 ; Sept. 28. 

Abbott, Geoffrev J., London, England. Power-transmis- 
sion mechanism. 1,601,663 ; Sept. 28. 

Abbott, George, assignor to Woodruff & Edwards Com- 
pany, Elgin, El. Lamp base. Des. 71,168 ; Oct. 5. 

Abbott, Henry, East Orange, N. J., assignor to The Cal- 
culagraph Company. Device for automatically shifting 
the direction of feed of an ink ribbon in printing ma- 
chines. 1,582.651 ; Apr. 27. 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Adams, R., Dreger, and Vol- 
wiler, assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Thayer. Floyd K., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Nielsen, Carl, assignor. > 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Kremens, 
assignors.) 

Abbott, Lyle S., assignor to Chicago Fire Brick Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Furnace-arch holder. 1,601,485 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Abbott, Ransloe B.. Reading, Pa. Guard-rail brace. 
1.580,628 ; Apr. 13. 

Abbott. Ransloe B.. Reading, and A. P. Crosley, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Gauge plate. 1.606.050 : Nov. 9. 

Abbott, Robert H. (See Buchanan, J. R., and Abbott.) 

5 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Abbott, Selmon, Taylorville, 111. Flytrap for stock. 
1,577,435 ; Mar. 23. 

Abbott, Ursa S., et al. (See Harris, James E., assignor.) 

Abbott, William T„ assignor of one-balf to D. E. 
Hensley, Birmingham, Ala. Badge or similar article. 
Des. 70,998; Sept. 7. 

Abbott, Winfield L., and A. C. Shafer, Broad Top, Pa. 
Transmission-locking device. 1,595,850 ; Aug. 10. 

Abco Boiler Corporation, The. (See Lipkemann, Henry, 
assignor.) 

Abdelnour. George J., New York, N. Y. Embroidered tex- 
tile fabric. Des. 71,573 ; Dec. 7. 

Abdouch. Darah, O'Neill. Nebr. Display rack for show 
cases. 1,608,456 : Nov. 23. 

Abel, Walter T., assignor to The Patent Button Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Making one-piece metal buttons. 
1,570,324; Jan. 19. 

Abele, Hermann, Zurich, Switzerland. Bundling press. 
1,612,088; Dec. 28. 

Abell, C. S. (See Turner, B. R., and Higginbotham, as- 
signors.) 

Abella. Jos6, and J. Mora, New York. Window lock. 
1.580.798; Apr. 13. 

Abelt, Richard C, jr., Argonne, Wis. Electric light. 
1,577,151; Mar. 16. 

Abendroth Brothers. (See Seeley, Frank E., assignor.) 

Abendroth, Elmer T. (See Thompson, R. G. F and Abend- 
roth.) 

Aber, Charles. (See Tullis, John T., assignor.) 

Aber, James P. (See Thompson, J. H., Gogal, and Aber.) 

Abercrombie, James S., and H. S. Cameron, Houston, Tex. 
Blow-out preventer. 1,569,247 ; Jan. 12. 

Abercrombie, Newton L., Drew, assignor of one-half to 
A. M. Cargile, Summerland, Miss. Boll-weevil-extermi- 
nating machine. 1,583,434 ; May 4. 

Abernathy, Samuel F., Roanoke, Ala. Pipe cleaner. 
1,568,392; Jan. 5. 

Abernathy, Samuel F., Roanoke, Ala. Pipe cleaner. 
1,568,393 ; Jan. 5. 

Abernethy, Edwin F., deceased, and G. H. Abernethy, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; M. E. Abernethy, administrate ix. 
Carburetor. 1,606.491; Nov. 9. 

Abernethy, George H. (See Abernethy, Edwin F. and 
G. H.) 

Abernethy, Margaret E., administratrix. (See Abernethy, 
Edwin F. and G. H.) 

Aberson, Charles E., Loughman, Fla. Reel. 1,580,986; 
Apr. 13. 

Abetz, Joseph, New Britain, Conn. Creeper. 1,590,066 ; 
June 22. 

Able, Lawrence M., St. Matthews, S. C. Lawn mower. 
1.608,574; Nov. 30. 

Abney, Miles, et al. (See Smith, Luther, assignor.) 

Abolin, Harry T., Wood Ridge, assignor to Lincrusta- 
Walton Company, Inc., Hackensack, N. J. Wall paper 
or similar article. Des. 70,205 ; May 25. 

Abolin, Harry T., Wood Ridge, assignor to Llncrusta- 
Walton Company, Inc., Hackensack, N. J. Wall paper 
or similar article. Dps. 70,206 ; May 25. 

Aborn, Milton, New York, N. Y. Door-operating device. 

1.603.181 ; Oct. 12. 

Aborn, Milton, New York, N. Y. Weather guard. 

1.603.182 ; Oct. 12. 

Abraham. Adolf. Charlottenberg, Germany. Water-power 
engine for utilizing low-grade water powers. 1,570,421 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Abraham, Clinton D., deceased, by C. H. Ross, adminis- 
trator, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Brattice sheeting. 1,577,890 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Abraham, Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Roof covering. 1,683,563 ; May 4. 

Abraham. Herbert, New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Ruberoid Company. Strip shingle. 1,584,343 ; May 11. 

Abraham, M. (See Boucher, C. P., and Cid.) 

Abraham. Nathan L., Silver City, N. Mox. Foldable side 
curtain. 1,593,860; July 27. 

Abraham, Samuel. New York, N. Y. Life-saving suit. 
1,574,529; Fob. 23. 

Abrahamson, Robert Gardner, Mass. Exposure-timing 
device. 1,599,507 ; Sept. 14. 

Abram, Edmund W., London, England. Teapot, coffee- 
pot, and the like. 1,570,818: Jan. 26. 

Abram, Ira M., Dugger, Ind. Surfacer. 1,590,342 ; 
June 29. 

Ahramowltz, Joseph, Madison, assignor of one-half to J. 
J. Soil), Venice, 111. Arch support. Rol6,450; Nov. 2. 

Abrams, Charles. (See Jones, A. W., Jr., and Abrams.) 

Abrnms, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Braes Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Backplate for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 69,423; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Arm for lighting fix- 
lures. Des. (',9,424 : Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Rosette for lighting fix- 
lures. Des. 69,425; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Canopy for lighting fix- 
tures. Di's. 69,426: Feb, 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Arm for lighting fix- 
tures. Des, 69,427; Feb. HI 



Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Segmental portion for 
lighting fixtures. Des. 69,428; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Arm for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,429 ; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Candle plate. Des. 
69,430; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Plate for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,431 ; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Loop for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,432 ; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Plate for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,433 ; Feb. 16. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Plate for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,728 ; Mar. 23. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Plate for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,729 ; Mar. 23. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Flnlal for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 71,510 ; Nov. 23. 

Abrams, Herman, Philadelphia, assignor to Crescent 
Brass Mfg. Co., Reading, Pa. Finial for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 71,511 ; Nov. 23. 

Abramsen, Peter B., Dormont, Pa. Cross rolling. 
1,601,551 ; Sept. 28. 

Abramson, Nathan, Lafayette, La. Pneumatic cushioned 
wheel. 1,596,787 ; Aug. 17. 

Abramson, Nathan, Lafayette, La. Pneumatic cushioned 
wheel. 1,596,788 ; Aug. 17. 

Abrasive Company. (See Brockbank, Clarence J., as- 
signor.) 

Abresch, Charles, Company. (See Johnson, Harry A., 
assignor.) 

Abreu, Raul B., Newark, N. J. Accelerator for automo- 
bile engines. 1,587,624 ; June 8. 

Absolute Adjustable Hinge Company. (See Way, John H. 
and A. W., assignors.) 

Absolute Con-Tac-Tor Corporation et al. (See Phelan, 
Louis A. M., assignor.) 

Accounting Devices Company. (See Olsen, George A., 
assignor.) 

Accountograph Company. (See Schinke, Edward C, as- 
signor.) 

Ace Lock Company. (See Dalboni, C, and Gasperetti, as- 
signors. ) 

Acheson, Edward G., New York, N. Y. Treating lubricat- 
ing oils. 1,584,588 ; May 11. 

Acheson, Edward G., New York, N. Y. Abrasive im- 
plement. 1,607,715 ; Nov. 23. 

Acheson, George W., Caldwell, N. J. Treating bituminous 
substances. 1,570,193 ; Jan. 19. 

Acheson, George W., Caldwell, N. J. Refining and de- 
colorizing bitumens. 1,574,742 ; Mar. 2. 

Acheson, George W., Caldwell, N. J. Preparing pigment- 
oil compositions. 1,590,067 ; June 22. 

Acheson, George W., Caldwell, N. J. Deflocculating sol- 
ids. 1,595,052; Aug. 3. 

Achtmeyer, William, assignor to The Russell Manufactur- 
ing Co., Middletown, Conn. Manufacture of indurated 
materials and articles. 1,599,627 ; Sept. 14. 

Acker, Jay D., Norwalk, Ohio. Mold form. 1,576,291; 
Mar. 9. 

Acker, John A.. Port Huron, Mich., assignor to Traylor 
Engineering & Manufacturing Company, Allentown, Pa., 
Ball mill. 1.607,858 ; Nov. 23. 

Ackernran-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc. (See Ackerman, E. L., 
and Zwierzina, assignors.) 

Ackerman, Dolletta M., Long Beach. Calif., assignor of 
forty-nine per cent to P. D. Patchell. Aspirator. 
1.606,492 ; Nov. 9. 

Ackerman, Edward L., and A. J. Zwierzina, assignors; 
to Ackerman-Blaesser-Fezzey, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Win- 
dow regulator. 1,574,333 ; Fob. 23. 

Ackerman, Ernest W., and G. C. Nicholson, Monroe, 
Mich. Shock absorber. 1,587,207; June 1. 

Ackerman, Ernest W., and G. C. Nicholson, Monroe, Mich. 
Rebound take-up device. 1,610,644 ; Dec. 14. 

Ackerman, Eugene G., and C. F. Ernst ; said Ackerman 
assignor to A. G. Ernst. Buffalo, N. Y. Antifriction 
device for springs. 1.5S8.434 ; June 15. 

Ackerman, Frank, St. Louis, assignor to Curtis & Com- 
pany Manufacturing Company, Wellston, Mo. Pressing 
or lifting device. 1,576,494 ; Mar. 16. 

Ackerman, Frank, St. Louis, assignor to Curtis & Co. 
Mfg. Co., Wellston, Mo. Electrically-operated bridge 
crane. 1,576,702 ; Mar. 16. 

Ackerman, Frederick L., jr., Pueblo, Colo. Folding lent 
frame, 1,601,661; Sept. 28. 

Ackerman, Nicholas. Wenatchee, Wash. Collapsible camp 
furniture. 1,578,248 ; Mar. 30. 

Ackermann, Alois R., Spokane, Wash. Bassinet. 
1.574,226; Feb. 23. 

Ackermann, Frank B. (See Steffan, W. C, Ackermann, 
.'Hid Groiner.) 

Ackers, Arthur E., Ilomcbush, near Sydney, Australia. 
Manufacture of icing sugar. 1,605,420 ; Nov. 2. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ackley, Amos. (See Plum, S. H., 2d, and Ackley.) 

Acklev, Loren D., Lirnon, Colo. Faucet valve. 1,607,035 
Nov. 23. 

Ackley, Raymond E. (See Alger, H. C, and Ackley.) 

Acklin, Kate, Denton, Tex. Seat plan or occupant indi 
cator. 1,592,711 ; July 13. 

Ackroyd, Harry, East Chicago, Ind., and A. W. Powell 
Chicago, 111. Uncoupling device for railway cars 
1,602,316; Oct. 5. 

Acme Apparatus Company. (See Cairns, Claude F., aa 
signor.) 

Acme Card System Company. (See Hutchlngs, Leroy E. 
assignor.) 

Acme Card System Company. (See Johnston, Frank H. 
assignor.) 

Acme Card System Company. (See Powell, Frank D. 
assignor. ) 

Acme Knitting Machine & Needle Company. (See 
Murphy, G., and Simond, assignors.) 

Acme Knitting Machine & Needle Company. (See Simond, 
Walter A., assignor.) 

Acme Knitting Machine & Needle Company. (See Stew- 
art, Albert E., assignor.) 

Acme Motion Picture Projector Company. (See De Vault, 
Ralph P., assignor.) 

Acme Rayon Corporation, The. (See Huttinger, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

Acme Staple Company. (See Michener. Elwood H., as- 
signor. ) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Kronquest, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, Chester M., 
assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Norton, R. H., Fork, and 
MacChesney, assignors.) 

Acme Traffic Signal Company. (See Husbands, Frank J., 
assignor.) 

Acme Wire Co., The. (See Archer. Harry W., assignor.; 

Acme Wire Co., The. (See Brown. Ernest G.. assignor.) 

Acocella, Philip F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automobile barge. 
1,568,307; Jan. 5. 

Acosta, Adolfo. (See Ledesma, M., and Acosta.) 

Acosta. St. Elmo W., Jacksonville, Fla. Flag holdej. 
1.573.757: Feb. 16. 

Acre. Rav, Chicago, 111. Radiocabinet. Des. 71,040 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Acre. Ray E. (See Andrews, E. F„ and Acre.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Becker, 
Oscar, assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Hage- 
dorn. M.. and Gladhorn, assignors.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Hoh- 
mann. Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Langer, 
Hans, assignor.) 

Actien Gesellschaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation. (See Spen- 
gler, O., and Miiller. assignors.) 

Actien-Gesellschaft "Weser." (See Frensdorff, Willy, 
assignor.) 

Actien-Gesellschaft "Weser." (See Frensdorff, W., and 
Hein. assignors.) 

Actien-Gesellschaft "Weser". (See Miiller, Heinrich, 
assignor.) 

Acuff. Michael S.. Lubbock. Tex. Adjustable support for 
mattresses. 1.599,00 ; Sept. 7. 

Adair, Herbert J., Ardmore, and E. J. Flannery, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Automobile rim compressor. 1,570,719 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Adair. Montague. New York, N. Y. Advertising device. 
1.600.966 ; Sept. 28. 

Adair, Samuel E., Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Federal Telephone Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Electric circuits and means 
for controlling the same. 1.586,512 ; June 1. 

Adam, Jean-Bapfiste C, Sault Ste. Marie, Canada. Drop 
seat for garments. 1,572,099 ; Feb. 9. 

Adam, Ren6. (See RSbillon, E. L. V., and Adam.) 

Adamczik, Michael, Kowno, Lithuania. Landing ap- 
paratus of aircraft. 1,581.415 ; Apr. 20. 

Adami, Felix, Surrey, England. Gas cooking stove. 
1,594,187 ; July 27. 

Adamopoulos. Aristomenes D., Chicago, 111. Paper-han- 
dling machine. 1,600,029 ; Sept. 14. 

Adams, Albert H, et al. (See Dalrymple, Lewis K., as- 
signor.) 

Adams. Arthur H., Lakeville, Conn. Indoor golf game. 
1,570,422; Jan. 19. 

Adams, Arthur H., Lakeville, Conn., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electromagnet. 1.572.869; Feb. 16. 

Adams, Arthur H., La Grange, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Strand-working mechanism. 1,582,023 ; Apr. 27. 

Adams, Arthur H., La Grange, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Material-winding mechanism. 1,587,998 ; June 8. 

Adams Bros. Manufacturing Company. (See Steffen, 
Adolf, assignor. 1 

Adams, Charles, jr., Cliffside Park, N. J., assignor of 
one-half to S. Weston, New York, N. Y. Dry-pipe 
valve. 1,575,607 ; Mar. 9. 

Adams, Charles A., Alpine, Tex. Berry protector and 
plant mulch. 1,584,589; May 11. 



Adams, Charles A., Davenport, Iowa. Lens-grinding ap- 
paratus. 1,588,435; June 15. 

Adams, Charles W. assignor to The United States Graph- 
ite Company, Saginaw, Mich. Graphitic bearing. 
1.5S9.919 ; June 22. 

Adams, Charley, Leatha, Ky. Clamp. 1,607,332 ; Nov. 16. 

Adams, Clarence F., Dayton, Ohio. Gas-manufacturing 
machine. 1,588,153 ; June 8. 

Adams Company, The. (See Adams, Eugene, assignor.) 

Adams, Edward S. R., assignor of one-half to E. J. W. 
Slade, London, England. Small arm and machine 
gun. 1,586.434; Mav 25. 

Adams, Ella M., Oakland, Calif. Hair-waving device. 
1,600,703 ; Sept. 21. 

Adams Equipment Company. (See O'Brien, John H., 
assignor.) 

Adams, Ervin, assignor of three-tenths to A. H. McAnulty. 
Nanty Glo, Pa. Automatic electrical cut-out. 1,592.321 ; 
July 13. 

Adams, Ervin, assignor of three-tenths to A. H. Mc- 
Anulty, Nanty Glo, Pa. Automatic light. 1,592.322 ; 
July 13. 

Adams, Eugene, assignor to The Adams Company, Du- 
buque, Iowa. Casement window. 1,601,055 ; Sept. 2S. 

Adams, Flovd W. (See Perry, R. P., and Adams.) 

Adams, Floyd W„ Hudson Heights, and K. B. Howell, 
East Orange, N. J., assignors to The Barrett Company. 
Process and apparatus for crimpine plastic material. 
1,587,462; June 1. 

Adams, Frank A., deceased ; T. C. Adams, administratrix, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Wash-All Machine 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Expansible-chamber mo- 
tor. 1,582,022 ; Apr. 27. 

Adams, George R. (See Crandall, Weller R.. assignor.) 

Vdams, George R. (See Obenhaus, F. W.. and Adams.) 

Adams, George R., Los Angeles, Calif. Lingerie clasp. 
1,593,787 ; July 27. 

Adams, Harold A., East Bakersfield, assignor of one- 
fourth to J. Nelson and one-fourth to C. R. Dougherty. 
Bakersfield, and one-fourth to O. R. Dunbar, Long 
Beach, Calif. Combined shock absorber and snubber. 
1.576,801 ; Mar. 16. 

Adams, Henry, Plainfield, N. J. Method of and appara- 
tus for controlling and directing burning fuel or gases. 
1,571,179 ; Feb. 2. 

Adams, Henry T., Chicago, 111. Adjustable ring book. 
1.593,416; July 20. 

Adams, J. D., & Company. (See Adams, Joseph D. and 
R. E., assignors.) 

Adams, James, Fort Madison, Iowa. Locomotive safety 
appliance. 1,581.713; Apr. 20. 

Adams, James F., Washington, D. C. Concrete building 
system for dwellings. 1,591,948 ; July 13. 

Adams, Jefferson O., Rayne, La. Harness. 1.575,515; 
Mar. 2. 

Adams, John, assignor of one-half to A. McCullough. 
Youngstown, Ohio. Tank closure. 1,596,858 ; Aug. 17. 

Adams, John, and W. H. Adams, Burlington, N. J. 
Scraper hitch. 1,577,152 ; Mar. 16. 

Ad; ms, John B., assignor to B. Egley. Wellington, New 
Zealand. Life buoy. 1,591.074 : Julv 6. 

Adams, John S., Pomona, Calif. Headlight. 1,598,594; 
Sept. 7. 

Adams, Joseph, Roxbury, assignor to Adams-White Brush 
Company, Boston, Mass. Rotary brush. 1,574.530 ; 
Fob. 23. 

Adams, Joseph D., deceased, and R. E. Adams ; R. E. 
and W. R. Adams, executors, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to J. D. Adams & Company, Indianapolis, 
Ind. Road maintainer. 1,587,625 ; June 8. 

Adams, Joseph E. (See Bjornson, Clark, E., and S., 
assignors.) 

Adams, Joseph H., Brooklyn, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Conversion of oils. 1,585,355 ; 
May 18. 

Adams, Joseph H., Brooklyn, assignor to The T^xns 
Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for conver- 
sion of oils. 1,595.332 ; Aug. 10. 
Adams, Julius F., deceased, Pittsburgh. Pa. : A. A. Lauer, 

administratrix. Gas heater. Des. 70.308 : June 8. 

Adams, Julius F., deceased, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; A. A. Lauer, 

administratrix. Gas heater. Des. 70.870 : Aug. 24. 

Adams, Letha F., Smithdale. Miss. Sectional food cooker. 
1,577,781; Mar. 23. 

Adams, Lionel, et al. (See Hughes, Charles B.. as- 
signor.) 

Adams, Lionel. (See Urquhart, Norman J., assignor.) 

Adams, Lloyd S-, et al. (See Bobbitt, Conrad E., as- 
signor.) 

Adams, Lovell, Burlingham, Inc. (See Burlingham. W., 
Lovell, and Denslow, assignors.) 

Adams, Lyndon E. (See Sherwood, Charles F., assignor.) 

Adams, Raleigh J., Chicago, 111. Boiler. 1,592,818 ; 
July 20. 

Adams, Robert P., et al. (See Sweeney, David, assignor.) 

Adams, Roger, Urbana, HI., E. E. Dreger, Rochester, 
N. Y., and E. H. Volwiler, assignors to Abbott Labora- 
tories, Chicago, 111. Anaesthetic compound. 1,590,792 ; 
June 29. 

Adams, Roy E. (See Adams, Joseph D. and R. E.) 

Adams, Roy E., et al., executors. (See Adams, Josepli 
D. and R. E.) 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Adams, Samuel A., and J. Leicester, Merry Hill, N. C. 
Flower stand. 1,569,696; Jan. 12. 

Adams, Teresa C, administratrix. (See Adams, Frank A.) 

Adams, Thomas E., Cleveland, Ohio. Internal worm 
gear. 1,594,987 ; Aug. 3. 

Adams, Walter L. (See Pflueger, C. T., and Adams.) 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 1,603,306 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Adams, Walter L., assignor to The Enterprise Manufac- 
turing Company, Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 1,608,287 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Adams, Walter M., Hutchinson, Kans. Card holder. 
1,584,710 ; May 18. 

Adams, Warrington E., Chicago, 111. Railway motor car 
and the like. 1,603,261; Oct. 19. 

Adams & Westlake Company, The. (See Ham, William 
S., assignor.) 

Adams- White Brush Company. (See Adams, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Adams, Wilbur C. (See De Groote, M., and Adams.) 

Adams, William H. (See Adams, John and W. H.) 

Adams, William H„ New York, N. Y Precast plaster- 
wall section. 1,582,721 ; Apr. 27. 

Adams, William H., New York, N. Y. Precast plaster- 
wall section and means for packing same. 1,582,722 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Adams, William J., Irvington, N. Y., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. Current-control de- 
vice. 1,579.199 ; Apr. 6. 

Adams, William R., et al., executors. (See Adams, Joseph 
D. and R. E.) 

Adams, William S., San Diego, Calif., assignor to The 
Grolan Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Fluid 
gauge. 1,585,884; May 25. 

Adams, William S., San Diego, Calif., assignor to The 
Grolan Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Fluid 
gauge. 1,607,716 ; Nov. 23. 

Adamson, Andrew G. (See Still, E. H., and Adamson.) 

Adamson, Frank E., Greenville, 111. Fountain pen. 
1,570,026 ; Jan. 19. 

Adamson Machine Company, The. (See Williams, Thomas 
H., assignor.) 

Adamson, William A., Wilmington, Del., and P. W. Carle- 
ton, Penns Grove, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovery of 
antimony in the manufacture of flavanthrone. 1,582,328 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Adaptable Tractor Co. (See Chandler, F. F., and 
Myers, assignors.) 

Adatte, Albert L., North Plainfield, assignor to Pathe 
Exchange, Inc., Jersey City, N. J. Multiple-film-guide- 
mounting. 1,574,591 ; Feb. 23. 

Aday, Francis M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Vacuum lifting de- 
vice. 1,579,744; Apr. 6. 

Adcock, Oliver, Rocky Ford, Colo. Sluice box or riffle. 
1,597,705 ; Aug. 31. 

Addison, Joseph W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cutter bar and 
clamping means therefor. 1,601,335 ; Sept. 28. 

Addison, Raymond M., San Francisco, Calif. Safety 
razor. 1,598,189 ; Aug. 31. 

Addison, Samuel, Bronx, N. Y. Ring. Des. 70,590 ; 
July 20. 

Addressograph Company. (See Duncan, Joseph S., as- 
signor.) 

Addressograph Company. (See Duncan, J. S., and Lee, 
assignors.) 

Addressograph Company. (See Hubbard, Henry E.. as- 
signor.) 

Adelman. Arthur, Chesaning, Mich. Supersensitive fuse. 
1,569,248; Jan. 12. 

Adelman, Arthur, Chesaning, Mich., J. K. Crain, TJ. S. 
Army, F. Hawkes, Takoma Park, Md., and H. G. 
Towner. New Haven, Conn. Combination fuse. 
1.600,303 ; Sept. 21. 

Adelmnnn. Hans, New Rochelle, assignor to Ham Boiler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the treat- 
ment of meat. 1,601,156; Sept. 28. 

Adelmann, Leonid. (See du Bois-Reymond, A., and 

Adelmann.) 
Adelmann, Leonid. (See Hecht, H.. Adelmann, du Bois- 
Reymond, and Hahnemann.) 

Adelmann, Robert, et al. (See Rein, A., and Liefke, as- 
signors.) 

Adorente, Alfred. (See Baia, C, and Aderente.) 

Aderente, Eugene, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Slip-On 
Cigar Lighter Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Clamp, 1.586,173; May 25. 

Adkins. Marion W., Kansas City, Mo. Airplane. 
1,578,377: Mar. 30. 

Adklson, John S. (See Diamond, Rubin L., assignor.) 

Adler, Cyrus L., Louisville, Ky. Radio console cabinet. 
Des. 69.470; Feb. 23. 

Adler, Cyrus L., Louisville, Ky. Radio console cabinet. 
Des. 69.552; Mar. 2. 

Adler. Hyman G. (See Janowsky, B., and Adler.) 

Adler. Ilyman ','. (See T.ilib. W. T., and Adler.) 

Adler, Milton D., New York, N. Y. Amusement device. 
1.582,811 : Apr. 27. 

Adler, Milton M., Newark, N. J. Detonating tov. 
1.583,518; May 4. 

Adler, Milton M., Newark, N. J. Pyrotechnical device. 
1,610,645; Dec. 14. 



Adler, Rudolf, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia. Adsorptive 
charcoal for medicinal purposes. 1,589,081 ; June 15. 

Adler, Victor E., Los Angeles, Calif. Banjo-head sup- 
ports. 1,576,171; Mar. 9. 

Admiral Tire & Rubber Company. (See Hinsch, Louis L., 
assignor.) 

Adolph, Joseph G., Mulhouse, France. Hand-propelled 
boats. 1.600,084; Sept. 14. 

Adolphson, Edwin I., and W. McLean, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Night turning signal for vehicles. 1,611,706 ; Dec. 21. 

Adomaitis, Julius, Chicago, 111. Window seat. 1,596,705 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Adriaenssens, Francois, Antwerp, Belgium. Spring fas- 
tening for motor cars. 1,583,104 ; May 4. 

Adriance Machine Works, Inc. (See Ross, Hugh M., as- 
signor.) 

Adsit, George, assignor to Benjamin Eastwood Company, 
Paterson, N. J. Power-controlling means. 1,600,304 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Adsit, John O., New York, N. Y. Drawing board. 
1,572,346; Feb. 9. 

Advance Automobile Accessories Corporation. (See 
Gray, Orrin D., assignor.) 

Advance Car Specialty Manufacturing Company. (See 
Murray, P. J., and Clark, assignors.) 

Advance Machine Co. (See Pond, Merritt G., assignor.) 

Advance Pattern and Production Company. (See Walker. 
Glen J. and F. M., assignors.) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Baldwin, Curtis C, as- 
signor. ) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Ballantine, William I., 
assignor.) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Knapp, Amadee, J., as- 
signor. ) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Secor, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Advance-Rumely Company. (See Thompson, Paul R., as- 
signor.) 

Advanced Engine Co. (See Gould, Edward G., assignor.) 

Advoscope Company, The. (See Cohn, Marvin R., as- 
signor.) 

Aeby, Louis, and H. Kocourek, Chicago, 111. ; said Kocou- 

. rek assignor to said Aehy. Liquid-circulating system. 
1,584,002; May 11. 

Aegerter, Erwin O. and G. W., St. Louis, Mo. Vision 
shield. 1,568,200; Jan. 5. 

Aegerter, Gustave W. (See Aegerter, Erwin O. and 
G. W.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Krause, William P., as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Votey, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Warner, Sterling W., as- 
signor.) 

Aeolian Company, The. (See Young, Francis L., as- 
signor.) 

Aermotor Company. (See Scholes, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Chilton, Ro- 
land, assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Chilton, R., 
and Hayes, assignors.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Douglas, 
W. H., and Chilton, assignors.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Zimmermann, 
Cyrus J., assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Zimmermann, 
Paul G., assignor.) 

Aeromarine Plane & Motor Company. (See Zimmermann, 
P. G., and Korvin-Kroukovsky, assignors.) 

Aero Motor- und Auto Zubehbr A.-G. (See Nagele, Karl 
F., assignor.) 

Aero Survey Corporation. (See Cooke, Hereward L., 
assignor.) 

Aetna Automatic Oil Burner, Incorporated. (See Schemin- 
ger, John, jr., assignor.) 

Aetna Rubber Company, The. (See Campbell, Stanley T., 
assignor.) 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Repeater circuit. 
1.568,861; Jan. 5. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and L. M. Ilgenfritz, 
Orange, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Method and apparatus for neu- 
tralizing radiointerference on wire lines. 1,569,905 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Multiplex sig- 
naling system. 1,572,757 ; Feb. 9. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Translating cir- 
cuits. 1,574,779 ; Mar. 2. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Modulation. 
1.574.780; Mar. 2. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Duplex balancing 
arrangement. 1,576,566 ; Mar. 16. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to Americas 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Carrier-current 
signal system. 1.595.135; Aug. 10. 

Affel, Herman A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Antenna structure. 
1,599,453; Sept. 14. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 
Alphabetical list of patentees — CoDtinue't 



Affel, Herman A., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Phantom carrier 
circuit. 1,582,112 ; Apr. 27. 

Affel, Herman A., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Phantom car- 
rier circuit. 1,582,113 ; Apr. 27. 

Affel, Herman A.. Maplewood. N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Multifre- 
quency oscillator. 1,604,140 ; Oct. 26. 

Agal, Verlin K., et al. (See Finch, George, assignor.) 

Agar, Johan V., K. G. Karlsson, and A. TV. Bergman, 
Gottenborg, Sweden. Brush apparatus. 1.607,500 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Agasote Millboard Co., The. (See Sutherland, Daniel 
M.. jr., assignor.) 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Chandelier. Des. 70,147 ; 
May 18. 

Aglow, Harry, New Xork, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Lighting-fixture arm. 
Des. 70,148; May 18. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Backplate for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 70,721 ; Aug. 3. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Backplate for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 70,722 ; Aug. 3. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Backplate for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 70,723 j Aug. 3. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Chandelier. Des. 
-70,724; Aug. 3. 

Aglow. Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Chandelier. Des. 
70,725; Aug. 3. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Chandelier. Des. 
70,726; Aug. 3. 

Aglow, Harry, New York, N. Y., assignor to Artcraft 
Metal Stamping Corporation. Chandelier. Des. 
70,727; Aug. 3. 

Agner, Raymond C, Burlington, Wis. Connecting mech- 
anism. 1,601.056 ; Sept. 28. 

Agnew, Harry C. (See Beshears. Clarence J., assignor.) 

Agnew, Herbert W., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 
Envelope moistener. Des. 69.622 ; Mar. 9. 

Agnew, Richard F., Minneapolis, Minn. Road grader. 
1,585,633 ; May 25. 

Agoncillo, Jose M., Sampoloc, P. I. Combined case and 
cigarette machine. 1,610,030 ; Dec. 7. 

Agopian, Devon A., Paris, France. Apparatus for ob- 
taining vitamines. 1,589,504 ; June 22. 

Agren, Ivar J. E., and G. Rosenqvist, Uppsala, Sweden. 
Producing objects with desired outline and surface. 
1,599,939 ; Sept, 14. 

Agrillo. John, and J. Dalv, San Jose, Calif. Vehicle 
wheel tire. 1.607,859 ; Nov. 23. 

Aguilar, Salvador S., San Francisco, Calif. Combination 
riding and pack saddle. 1,610,989 : Dec. 14. 

Ahalt, Bruce F., Middletown, Md. Primer extension for 
automobiles. 1,600,305; Sept. 21. 

Ahem. William, Sydnev Mines, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Door lock. 1,575,516 ; Mar. 2. 

Ahl, Frank Z., Sacramento, Calif. Hot-air furnace. 
1,576,020; Mar. 9. 

Ahl, Frank Z., Sacramento, Calif. Hot-air furnace. 
1.595,371 : Aug. 10. 

Ahlbell Battery Container Corporation. (See Ahlgren, 
John M.. assignor.) 

Ahlborn, Carl, Hamburg, Germany. Automatic coupling 
for motor cars or other vehicles. 1.600,449 ; Sept. 21. 

Ahlburg, Frank, et al. (See Gilmore, Forrest E., 
assignor.) 

Ahlburg. Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Marking device. 
1.572.062 ; Feb. 9. 

Ahlburg, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Separating machine. 
1,597,561 : Aug. 24. 

Ahldin, David, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Dun- 
ham Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Com- 
pressed-gas cylinder. 1,575,306 ; Mar. 1. 

Ahlgren, John H.. Los Angeles, Calif. Massaging ap- 
paratus. 1,599,628 ; Sept. 14. 

Ahlgren, John M., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Ahlbell 
Battery Container Corporation, Waukegan. 111. Manu- 
facturing containers. 1,587,267 ; June 1. 

Ahlm. Charles E. F.. Cleveland. Ohio. Gear-shifting 
mechanism. 1,611.865 ; Dec. 28. 

Ahlman, Franz H., Morristown, Minn. Cattle-salt con- 
tainer. 1,582,723; Apr. 27. 

Ahlman, Franz H.. Morristown, Minn. Combined con- 
tainer and anchoring means therefor. 1,599.352 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Ahlquist. Andrew A., Lynn, Mass. Button. 1,574,414 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Ahlskog. Bruno E., Chicago, 111. Grain-unloadins appara- 
tus. 1,600,383 : Sept. 21. 

Ahlstedt, Sven E., Chicago, 111. Combined piano bench 
and sheet-music rack. 1,577,091 ; Mar. 16. 



Anlstrand, Karl J. G 

condenser for tuni„oi kholm, Sweden. Variable 
1,601,281 ; Seut. 28. 'e t pic oscillating circuits. 

Anlstrand, Karl J. G„ St 

denser for tuning (m Sweden. Variable con- 
1,605,906 ; Nov. 9. ic oscillating circuits. 

Ahrens, John F„ Bro'::: 

„ 1,571,780 ; Feb. 2. N x - Collar button. 

Ahs, Helmer R. J. (See The 

Aichele, Gottlob, Nellingen, ne G • B.. and Ahs.) 
Daimler-Motoren-GeseUschaft. iss "ingen, assignor to 
Germany. Typewriting mac_ uerturkheim, 

Aiken, Burton S.. assignor to Ni 1.5 ^3,514 : May 4. 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 1 .^rake & Electric 
1,59S,79S ; Sept. 7. alve device. 

Aiken, Charles W., Brooklyn, ,N 

1,568,791 ; Jan. 5. Soap drier. 

Aiken, Charles W.. New York, M, 

1,600,784 ; Sept. 21. Evaporator. 

Aiken, Edward L., East Orange, N. , 

1,574.744 ; Mar. 2. Post. 

Aiken, Eugene D., assignor to The 1 

Rochester, N. Y. Carburizing box. 1,£ Corporation, 

Aiken, James, New York, N. Y. Transmist 3 ; Apr. 27. 
1,599,389; Sept. 7. ecLimsm. 

Aikens, Thomas N., assignor of one-half to ) 

Lakewood, Ohio. Die. 1,596,862; Aug. 2 Walter, 

Aikin Decorative Company, The. (See Aik.: 

assignor.) trl T., 

Aikin, Earl T., assignor to The Aikin Decora 

panv, Inc.. Linton, Ind. Burial-casket Com- 
1.602.185 ; Oct. 5. 'ate. 

Aikin, Edward H., Lockport, N. Y. Snow-removing 
ratus. 1,594,234; July 27. i a- 

Aikman, Burton S., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of 
half to J. A. Dienner, Chicago, HI. Fluid-pre- 
system. 1,600.384 ; Sept. 21. 

Aikinan. Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electr. 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Pumping system, 
1,600,385 ; Sept. 21. 

Aikman, Burton S., assignor to National Brake & Electric 
Companv, Milwaukee, Wis. Fluid compressor and cool- 
ing the 'same. 1,611,866; Dec. 28. 

Ainslie, Thomas D., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to The 
Roessler & Hasslacher Chemical Company, New York, 
N. Y. Manufacture of articles from woven goods. 
1,576,292 ; Mar. 9. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Boston, Mass. Circuit interrupter. 1,574.531 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Boston, Mass. Electric switch. 1,574,532 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Boston, Mass. Electric switch. 1,574.533; 
Feb. 23. 

Ainsworth. Chester D., Wollaston, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Boston, Mass. Retardation device. 1,579,049 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Ainsworth, Chester D.. Wollaston, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Boston, Mass. Motor-starting apparatus. 
1,580.629: Apr. 13. 

Ainsworth, Chester D.. Wollaston, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration, Boston, Mass. Electric switch and interlocking 
mechanism therefor. 1,596,513 : Aug. 17. 

Ainsworth, Harry G., Kentland, Ind. Apparatus for op- 
erating sliding doors and the like. 1.594,513 : Aug. 3. 

Ainsworth. Harry G.. Kentland. Ind. Apparatus for op- 
erating hinged doors. 1.594.514 ; Aug. 3. 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Potter, Albert 
T., assignor.) 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Company. (See Purdy, Ray- 
mond J., assignor.) 

Ainsworth, William A. (See Coleman, Joseph E., as- 
signor.) 

Air-Lite Auto Top Co. (See Pollard, Willard L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Metzger, Floyd J., as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Schlitt, J. L., and Dennis, 
assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Van Nuys. Claude C, as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Van Nuys, C. C, and 
Schlitt, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Van Nuys, C. C, and Wil- 
kinson, assignors.) 

Air Reduction Company. (See Wilkinson, Walter, as- 
signor.) 

Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. (See Sossong, 
Raymond A., assignor.) 

Airo, Sally, assignor to Lincoln Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit. Mich. Bracket back for lighting fix- 
tures. Des. 69,623 ; Mar. 9. 

Airo, Sally, assignor to Lincoln Manufacturing Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Bracket back for lighting fixtures. 
Des. 69.624 ; Mar. 9. 



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JEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



-'Manufacturing Company, 
Airo, Sally, assignor to Lin/ing fixture. Des. 70,390 ; 

Detroit, Mich. Ceiling / 

June 22. h Limited. (See Wallis, 

Airship Guarantee Coi/ 

Barnes N., assignor.)/. (See Pollard, Willard L. 
Air-Tite Auto Top Coi 

assignor.) /Orange, N. J. Rail fastening. 

Aisenstock, Leon B., / 

1,609,787 ; Dec. 7yRochelle, assignor to American 
Aitchison, Peter, J/ New York, N. Y. Rotary web 

Bank Note Com/g machine. 1,576,293 ; Mar. 9. 

undersurface pnfiionton, Alberta, Canada. Milk and 
Aitken, Albert E/ndieator. 1,590,793 ; June 29. 

produce purcbf assignor to The Buffalo-Springfield 
Aitken, Andreytfleld, Ohio. Motor vehicle. 1,571,035 ; 

Roller Co., 

Jan. 26. Av., assignor to The Buffalo-Springfield 
Aitken, Andfcringfield. Ohio. Grader attachment for 

Roller Coi 1,607,227; Nov. 16. 

road rolfi, a. G., Holyoke, Mass. Golf-club head. 
Aitken, J/aan. 12. 

l,569,2!ldre. New York, N. Y. Plastic coating com- 
Aizer, M\ 1,604.948 ; Nov. 2. 

posiKrothermic Corporation. (See Northrup, Edwin 
Ajax /EJnor.) 

P-, f Works et al. (See Stewart, S. V., and Tinrbs, 
Aja£ Jrs.) 

.as^bber Co. (See McMahan, William W., assignor.) 
A.ia?, Davis J., and I. L. Crawford, Altanta, Ga. 
Ajcjream and cone vending machine. 1,577,241 ; Mar. 

jann, Walther, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp 
>*Ktiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Appa- 
ratus for determining the time of flight of a projectile. 

1,574,272 ; Feb. 23. 
..kers, Harrison R., Tyler, Tex. Guard-rail clamp. 

1,603,737 ; Oct. 19. 
Akers, Johnny G. C, Wallace, Nebr. Antislipping de- 
vice. 1,602,317 ; Oct. 5. 
Akers, Milton K. (See Johnston, H. L., and Akers.) 
Akers, Milton K., Troy, Ohio, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Radio 

signaling system. 1,589,3-14 ; June 22. 
Akins, Brvant L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Directory board. 

1,573,120; Feb. 16. 
Akins, Merrill I., Bishop, and C. J. Moyer, Orcutt, Calif. 

Fishing tool. 1,583,767 ; May 11. 
Akins, Randall P., J. W. Bucher, and F. D. Gross, Denver, 

Colo. Screen. 1,568,792; Jan. 5. 
Akron Equipment Company, The. (See Schmidt, Richard, 

assignor.) 
Akron Motor & Manufacturing Company. (See Hoster- 

man, Harry L., assignor.) 
Akron Rubber Mold & Machine Company. (See Williams, 

Thomas H., assignor.) 
Akron Specialty Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Dixon, Holley E., assignor.) 
Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Galrin, Wade 

S., assignor.) 
Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Reichard, 

Harold D., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. (See Danielsson, Axel U. S., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Auto Pins. (See Egelin, Ernst C, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Birka Regulator. (See Appelberg, Axel O., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Bofors. (See Svensson, S. H., and Engkvist, 

assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Ferrolegeringar. (See Berlin, David W., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Flimfotofon. (See Berglund, Sven O. F. A., 

Son, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Galco. (See Lindstedt, G. A., Larson, and 

Ljungman, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Gehr. Arehns Mekanlska Verkstad. (See 

Ekstrom, Gunnar C, assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstads. (See 

Ekstrom, G. C, and Johnson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljuugstroms Angturbin. (See Broberg, I., 

Wahlsten, and Ljungstrom, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljuugstroms Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 

Fredrik. assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Ljuugstroms Angturbin. (See Ljungstrom, 

F., and Broborg, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Pharmacia. (See Flodquist, L., and Blom- 

qulst, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Superior. (See Westerberg, A., and Hoglund, 

assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See FernstrSm, 

Gustav W., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 

Nils A., assignor.) 
Aktiebolasf^ Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Pratt, 

IIerl>ert E., assignor.) 
Aktlebciaget Vaporackumulator. (See Josse, Emil, as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, Johannes, 

assignor.) 
AUii'bolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, Johannes 

K., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, J., and 
i . assignors.) 



Aktiebolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, .1.. and 
Persson, assignors. ) 

Aktiebolaget Vaporackumulator. (See Ruths, J., Ingcro, 
and Schrenk, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Baumann, 
Adolf, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Brown, 
Eric, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri and Cie. (See Jonas, 
J., and Seitz. assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Kiihler, 
Johann, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Meyer, 
Adolf, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Schmidlin, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Suter, 
Philipp, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie. (See Wirz, 
Ernst, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft der Eisen- und Stahlwerke vorm. Georg 
Fischer. (See Mijnssen, J. W., and Ktinzi, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss 
& Cie. (See Jabs, Asmus, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss & 
Cie. (See Nyffenegger, Hans, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellscheft der Maschinenfabriken Escher Wyss 
& Cie. (See Quiby, Henri, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft fur Chemische Produkte vormals H. 
Scheidemandel. (See Obersohn, A., Wachtel, Sakom, 
and Askenasy, assignors.) 

Aktiengesellschaft fur Ozon Industrie. iSee Graef, Relu- 
hold, assignor.) 

Aktieselskabet Eto Electro Co. (See Kiserbye. Oluf. 
assignor.) 

Aktieselskapet Norsk Aluminium Company. (See Sanberg, 
Sverre, assignor.) 

Aladdin Cinema Company. (See Carter, Clark E., as- 
signor.) 

Alaj, Antoine L., Chicago, 111. Food-protecting device. 
1,59S,409 ; Aug. 31. 
1 Alaj, Antoine L., Chicago, 111. Food displaying, protect- 
ing, and plate-supporting device. 1,598,410 ; Aug. 31. 

Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company. (See Jones, 
Jonathan R., assignor.) 

Aland, Richard C, assignor of one-half to H. H. Knepper, 
Detroit, Mich. Lubricating device for internal-com- 
bustion engines. 1,607,806; Nov. 23. 

Alanson, Milton R., San Francisco, Calif. Volatilizing 
device. 1,601.097 ; Sept. 28. 

Alarm Lock Company Limited. (See Mauborgne, Camille, 
assignor.) 

Alba Corporation, The. (See Mayer, Waldemar P., as- 
signor.) 

Albach, Frank. (See Medart, P. S.. and Albach.) 

Albany Felt Company. (See Haven, George B., assignor.) 

Albany Perforated Wrapping Paper Co. (See McChesney, 
William J., jr.. assignor.) 

Albe Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hexter. Allan 
K., assignor.) 

Albee, Hugh M.. assignor to The Leavitt Machine Com- 
pany, Orange, Mass. Machine for facing valve s<?uts. 
1,597,499 ; Aug. 24. 

Albee, William H., assignor to Koehler Manufacturing 
Company, Marlboro, Mass. Football-cleat-applying tool. 
1,568,308 ; Jan. 5. 

Alben, Frank L. (See Houston, H. A., and Alben.) 

Alben, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
bouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Driver 
brake shoe. 1,572,872: Feb. 16. 

Alben, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Side equal- 
ized truck. 1,590,403; June 29. 

Alben, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Flexible 
gear. 1,612,341 ; Dec. 28. 

Alber, Walter L., Chicago, 111. Anchor. 1,578,947 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Albers, Charles, assignor to The Ohio Match Company, 
Wadsworth, Ohio. Feed device for belt conveyers. 
1,589,082 ; June 15. 

Alhersheim, Walter J., and H. S. Konbeim, New York, 
N. Y. Viscosimeter. 1,604,672 ; Oct. 26. 

Albert, Clifford E., assignor to The U. S. Playing Card 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Playing cards. 1,597 660 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Albert, Clifford E., assignor to The United States Play- 
ing Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Playing cards. 
1,598,232; Aug. 31. 

Albert. Clifford E., assignor to the United States Playing 
Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Playing cards. 
1,599,390 ; Sept. 7. 

Albert. Clifford B., assignor to The United States Playing 
Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Playing cards. 
1.599.040 ; Sept. 14. 

Albert, Henry. (See Albert, Joseph and II.) 

Albert, J. F. (See Hanstine, Harry S., assignor.) 

Albeit, Joseph and H., Milwaukee, Wis. Detachable back 
rest for seats. 1,592.881 : July 20. 

Albert, Joseph A., Springfield, Mass. Tire armor. 
1,568,581 ; Jan. 5. 

Albert, Joseph A., Springfield, Mass. Auxiliary carburet- 
ing system. 1,605,907 : Nov. 9. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Albert, Louis, Bellegarde, France. Apparatus for mani- 
fold-colored cinematic photographs. 1,607,661 ; Nov. 23. 

Albert, Samuel, New York, N. T. Vanity case. 
1,601,991 ; Oct. 5. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 1,577,051 ; Mar. 16. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange. N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone-exchange system. 1,580.630 ; Apr. 13. 

Albert, Walter P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Testing device for telephone-exchange systems. 
1,580.940 : Apr. 13. 

Albertoli, John. San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Seattle- 
Astoria Iron Works, Seattle, Wash. Can-capping ma- 
chine. 1.5S9,920 ; June 22. 

Albertsen, Nels P., Glover, N. Dak., assignor to Western 
Manufacturing Company. End gate for wagons. 
1,605,603 ; Nov. 2. 

Albertson & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 

* signor. ) 

Albertson. Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Sioux City. Iowa. Valve-seat refacer. 1,599,266 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Albertson. James W. (See Lienhard, W., Albertson, and 
Decker.j 

Alberty, Leon M., and W. J. Frank, assignors to Razor 
Blade Knife Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Blade holder. 
1,575,608 ; Mar. 9. 

Albiez, Edward. (See Sheckels, James G., assignor.) 

Albig. William O., Adrian, Mich. Bag package. 
1,590.176; June 29. 

Albin, Fred L., Casper, Wyo. Vehicle towline device. 
1,599,353; Sept. 7. 

Albinson, James E., Washington, D. C. Extension pipe 
joint. 1.580,941 ; Apr. 13. 

Albinson, James E., Washington, D. C. Roof flashing. 
1,594,340 ; Aug. 3. 

Albinson, James E., Washington, D. C. Extension pipe 
joint. 1,596,863 ; Aug. 24. 

Albrecht, Arthur, St. Louis, assignor of one-half to J. 
Blackburn, Webster Groves, Mo. Insulator support. 
1,583,515 ; May 4. 

Albrecht, Emil, Kiel, Germany. Sinking boreholes. 
1,5S8,154; June 8. 

Albrecht, Eugen A., Zurich, Switzerland. Device for 
transporting paper, fabrics, and the like. 1,585,275 ; 
May 18. 

Albrecht, John, Kewaunee, Wis. Automatic nailing de- 
vice. 1,574,061; Feb. 23. 

Albrecht, John, Kewaunee, Wis. Mechanism for making 
box bottoms. 1,576,495 ; Mar. 16. 

Albrecht, John, Kewaunee, Wis. Toilet ventilator. 
1.600,704 ; Sept. 21. 

Albrecht, Mathias, Homestead, Pa. Headlight. 
1,583,768 ; May 11. 

Albrecht, Robert J., assignor to Hamilton-Beach Mfg. Co., 
Racine, Wis. Spindle mounting. 1,582,652 ; Apr. 27. 

Albrecht, William F., Salt Lake City, Utah. Faucet-valve 
key. 1.590,068; June 22. 

Albrecht, William F., Salt Lake City, Utah. Faucet. 
1,600.918 ; Sept. 21. 

Mbrektsson. Nils. Limhamn, Sweden. Food for cattle, 
swine, fowls, etc., and producing such food. 1,604,374 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Albright, Asa I., and F. L. Myatt, Monroe, La. Spring- 
perch remover. 1,575,517 ; Mar. 2. 

Albright. Dell L., Hollywood, Calif. Traffic signal for 
motor vehicles. 1,568.862 ; Jan. 5. 

Albright, Edward C, assignor to Indiana Lamp Corpora- 
tion, Connersville, Ind. Spring nut fastener. 
1,593.555; July 27. 

Albright. John F., Oregon City, Oreg. Fish ladder. 
1.573,785; Feb. 16. 

Albright, Neil T., assignor to Kokomo Automotive Mfg. 
Co., Kokomo. Ind. Signal lamp. 1,570,605 ; Jan. 26. 

Albright, Neil T., assignor to Kokomo Automotive Manu- 
facturing Company, Kokomo, Ind. Shock absorber. 
1,570,606: Jan. 26. 

Albright, Neil T., assignor to Kokomo Automotive Mfg. 
Co., Kokomo, Ind. Ventilator. 1,585,323 ; May 18. 

Albright, Neil T., and B. J. Hubbard, assignors to 
Kokomo Automotive Mfg. Co., Kokomo, Ind. Wind- 
shield wing. Des. 70,207 ; May 25. 

Albright-Nell Company, The. (See Hetzel, John, as- 
signor.) 

Albright, Sidney S., Sacramento, Calif. Window control 
for vehicle tops. 1,573.473 ; Feb. 16. 

Albro. Ames S.. Washington, D. C. Static eliminating 
system. 1.591.601 ; July 6. 

Alcantarilla, Lufs B. (See Molina, Eugenio D. H., and 
Alcantarilla.) 

Alchemic Gold Company. (See Doughty, Howard W., 
assignor.) 

Alchin, Albert E., Perth Amboy, N. J. Gauge box for 
ice-cream freezers. 1,574,743 ; Mar. 2. 

Alcock, Horace E., et al. (See Weber, Isaac E., as- 
signor.) 

Alcorn, James S. (See Nash, A. E., and Alcorn.) 

Alcorn, Kendrick S., et al. (See Phillips, James M. and 
H. D., assignors.) 



Aideborgh, Erik, assignor to Standard Gage Co. Inc., 
Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Gauge. 1,611,578 ; Dec. 21. 

Aldeen, Gedor W., assignor to Fyrac Manufacturing Co., 
Rockford, 111. Movement-limiting device for spotlights. 
1,577,153 ; Mar. 16. 

Aldeen, Gedor W., assignor to Fyrac Manufacturing Co., 
Rockford, 111. Timer. 1,593,861 ; July 27. 

Aldeen, Gedor W., assignor to National Lock Co., Rock- 
ford, HI. Lock. 1,606,864 ; Nov. 16. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Steering-wheel brake. 
1,580.631 ; Apr. 13. 

Alden Manufacturing Co. (See Alden, Milton, assignor.) 

Alden Manufacturing Company. '(See Friedrich, Charles 
A., assignor.) 

Alden, Milton, Springfield, Mass. Manufacture of hollow 
articles. 1,603,262 ; Oct. 19. 

Alden, Milton, assignor to Alden Manufacturing Co., 
Springfield, Mass. Socket for vacuum tubes. 1,580,942 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Alden, Richard C. (See Oberfell, G. G„ Ballard, Alden. 
Utsinger, and Lentz.) 

Alden, Vera E., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Engineering 
Development Co., New Brunswick, N. J. Surface 
condenser. 1,591,691 ; July 6. 

Aldendorff, Fritz, Wilmersdorf, near Berlin, Germany, as- 
signor of one-fourth to P. Kolisch, New York, N. Y. 
Electromechanical device and telephone system. 
1,592,323; July 13. 

Alder, Heinrich, and J. Meister, Zurich, Switzerland. 
Catamenial appliance. 1,607,936 ; Nov. 23. 

Alder, Strouse & Co. (See Reynolds, Michael J., as- 
signor.) 

Alderson, W. E., et al. (See Mayberry, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Aldous, Earl B., North Creek, assignor of one-half to 
W. H. Freebern, North River, N. Y. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,597,706 ; Aug. 31. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,571,362 ; Feb. 2. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,576,126 ; Mar. 9. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,584,344; May 11. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,584,345 ; May 11. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, Beloit, Wis. Paper-making machine. 
1,589,921 ; June 22. 

Aldrich, Alonzo, assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Paper-machine frameless type. 1,595,593 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Aldrich, Alonso, assignor to Beloit Iron Works, BeJoit, 
Wis. Shaking mechanism. 1.601,098 : Sept. 28. 

Aldrich, George H., and A. L. Gilbo, Westmoreland Depot. 
N. H. Poultry feeder. 1,572,981 ; Feb. 16. 

Aldrich, Harold W. (See Van Arsdale, G. D., Aldrich, and 
Scott.) 

Aldrich, John P., and H. A. Morris, assignors to The 
Automat Molding & Folding Machine Company, Toledo, 
Ohio. Stacking machine. 1.573,024 : Feb. 16. 

Aldrich, Lester K., Sidney, Ohio. Folding machine. 
1,594,S6S ; Aug. 3. 

Aldrich, Loyd I., assignor to Hart Oil Burner Co., Peoria. 
111. Safety control mechanism for electrically-con- 
trolled fuel-burning devices. 1.579.497; Apr. 6. 

Aldrich, Loyd I., assignor to Heart Oil Burner Co., Peoria, 
111. Liquid-fuel atomizer. 1,583,564 ; May 4. 

Aldrich, Roscoe H., Allentown, Pa. Compensating device 
for pumps. 1.571,781 ; Feb. 2. 

Aldridge, Lewis K., Batavia, N. Y. Temple-hinge connec- 
tion for spectacles. 1.593,617 ; July 27. 

Aldvin, Loonard, Denver, Colo. Bit for well-boring tools. 
1,607.937 : Nov. 23. 

Alert Advertising Company. (See Galley, Garnet T., 
assignor.) 

Alesii. Genuino. Wilmcrding, Pa. Valve and operating 
mechanism therefor. 1.591,463; July 6. 

Alexander, Alonzo A.. St. Louis, Mo. Parcel-receiving 
device. 1,597,335 ; Aug. 24. 

Alexander. Charles L., Charlotte, N. C. Making a den- 
ture. 1.589.0S3 ; June 15. 

Alexander, Clarence J., Seattle, Wash., and E. Steen, 
West Berkeley, Calif. Apparatus for conveying canned 
goods into and from a cooking vessel. 1,584,067 ; 
May 11. 

Alexander, Clive M., New York. N. Y. Process and ap- 
paratus for decomposing nils. 1.573,532 ; Feb. 16. 

Alexander, Clive M., New York. N. Y. Process of and 
apparatus for distilling oils. 1,585,224 ; May 18. 

Alexander, Daniel. (See Gardner, Florinda, assignor.) 

Alexander, Daniel B. W., Springfield, Mass. Manufactur- 
ing improved bituminous product. 1,603,502 ; Oct. 19. 

Alexander, David M., Jamaica, N. Y. Bath-cabinet struc- 
ture. 1,611,096 : Dec. 14. 

Alexander, David T., Sandwich, Ontario, Canada. Gril- 
lage connection for towers. 1,577,436 ; Mar. 23. 

Alexander, Dr., Wacker-Gesellschaft fur Elektroche- 
mische Industrie G. m. b. H. (See Hormann, L., and 
Kaufler, assignors.) 

Alexander, Eva. administratrix. ' (See Day. Herbert B.) 

Alexander, Ford, Corporation, The. (See Alexander, 
Ford I., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Alexander, Ford I., Los Angeles, Calif. Device for tor- 
pedoing oil wells. 1,584,068 ; May 11. 

Alexander, Ford I., assignor to The Ford Alexander Cor- 
poration, Los Angeles, Calif. Cementing wells. 
1,588,643; June 15. 

Alexander, George F., Westfield, Mass. Lumber-drying 
machine. 1,601,423 ; Sept. 28. 

Alexander, George F., Westfield, Mass. Lumber sticker. 
1,608,918 ; Nov. 30. 

Alexander, Horace G., South Londonderry, Vt. Picker 
cylinder. 1,583,823; May 11. 

Alexander, Horace G., South Londonderry, Vt. Picker 
cylinder. 1,610,914 ; Dec. 14. 

Alexander, Irven G., Memphis, Tenn. Automatic grease 
and oil feed. 1,611,851 ; Dec. 21. 

Alexander, James N., Pratt City, Ala., and L. G. Atkin- 
son, Miami, Fla. Removing device. 1,597,500 ; Aug. 24. 

Alexander, Jesse, assignor of one-half to S. H. Hearne, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Typewriting-machine key and key- 
bar action. 1,603,372 ; Oct. 19. 

Alexander, John, New Orleans, La. Milk-bottle closure. 
1,603,101; Oct. 12. 

Alexander, John B. (See Satchwell, Leonard, assignor.) 

Alexander, John E., et al. (See White, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

Alexander, John J., Hoboken, N. J., assignor to A. Mac- 
Innes, New York. N. T. Closure apparatus. 1,608,919 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Alexander, Lewis W., San Antonio, Tex. Bottle. Des. 
71,349 ; Nov. 2. 

Alexander, Lillian, Cincinnati, Ohio.. Combination kitch- 
en cabinet and library table. 1,598,335 ; Aug. 31. 

Alexander, Luther E., Gaston, Oreg. Grafting. 1,608,971 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Alexander, Raymond E., Passaic, N. J. Speed regulator. 
1,584,268; May 11. 

Alexander, Sylvan E., Mitchell, S. Dak. Supporting de- 
vice for caps. 1,608,758 ; Nov. 30. 

Alexander, William B., Plainfield, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to J. H. Magoon, Lacon, 111. Ab- 
sorption medium and producing the same. 1,610,408 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Alexanderson, Charles A., Brooklyn, assignor to E. W. 
Durkee, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for capping cans. 
1,599,981 ; Sept. 14. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric ship propulsion. 
1,579,051 ; Mar. 30. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Transmitting angular 
motion. 1,600,204; Sept. 14. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Alternating-current- 
motor control. 1,603,102 ; Oct. 12. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. High-frequency signal- 
ing system. 1,610,073 ; Dec. 7. 

Alexandrescu, Alexander M., Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic 
carburetor. 1,612,597 ; Dec. 28. 

Alexis, George D. (See Walter, J. L., and Alexis.) 

Aley, Victor H., and A. E. McFarland, Wilson, Okla. 
Wrench. 1,583,331 ; May 4. 

Alford. Hubert G., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Brook holder. 1.589,616 ; June 22. 

Alford, Joseph C, Maben, Miss. Fountain pen. 
1,580,987; Apr. 13. 

Alford, William C, Nashville, Tenn., and W. M. Cassetty, 
jr., Miami, Fla. Automobile headlight. 1,608,830 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Alfrey, Dema M. (See Alfrey, Harry D., assignor.) 

Alfrey, Harry D., assignor to D. M. Alfrey, Crawfords- 
ville, Ind. Cabinet. 1,576,802 ; Mar. 16. 

Algeo, John S., Wheeling. W. Va., assignor to Hazel- 
Atlas Glass Company. Battery jar. 1,604,949 ; Nov. 2. 

Alger, Glen, assignor to E. C. McAlees, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Key-retaining device. 1,006,135; Nov. 9. 

Alger, Uarley C, nnd R. E. Ackley, assignors to R. R. 
Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago, 111. Drilling 
machine. 1,575,308; Mar. 2. 

Alger, Harriet C, Portland, Oreg. Holder for tooth- 
brushes, paste tubes, or tooth powder and tumblers. 
1,585,322 : May 18. 

AH Cohen, Eduard S., The Hague, Netherlands. Manu- 
facture of dry well-preserved rubber from latex. 
1,610.220; Doc. 14. 

Allmondo. Cesare, Philadelphia, Pa. Mute. 1,585,813 ; 
May 25. 

Allng, Lee E., Sugnrcreek, Ohio. Centrifugal switch. 
1,607,333; Nov. 10. 

Alk. Samuel M„ Brooklyn, N. Y. Rolling toy. 1,577,997 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Alkan, Robert, and G. Lesourd, Paris, France. Hook- 
ing ring for a muss suspended to releasing devices 
1.679.85] ; Apr. 6. 

Alkny Specialty Company. (See Klages, Albert D., as- 
signor.) 

Alkire, Mabel F., Dallas, Tex. Producing fabric pictures. 
1,611,868; Dee. 28. 

All America Cables, Iuc. y (See Cunningham, Alexander, 
assignor.) 

All American Radio Corporation. (See Cushway, Charles 
P., assignor.) 



All- American Radio Corporation. (See Rauland, Einar N., 
assignor.) 

All Clear Windshields, Inc. (See Demand, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Ail-In-One Manufacturing Company, The. (See Lieber- 
thal, Robert H., assignor.) 

All Metal Products Company. (See Schmidt, William F., 
assignor.) 

All Metal Valve Company. (See Cope, R. H., and May, 
assignors.) 

All-Steel-Equip-Company. (See Knell, John, assignor.) 

Allan, Hugh L., Ayr, Scotland. Heat-exchange device. 
1,572,374 ; Feb. 9. 

Allan, William G., assignor to J. P. Scott, Toronto, On- 
tario, Canada. Method of and apparatus for uniting 
metallic bodies. 1,575,609 ; Mar. 9. 

Allan, William G., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to F. G. Clark. Electrolytic ap- 
paratus. 1,592,512 ; July 13. 

Alland, Maurice, Atlantic City, N. J. Smoker's pipe. 
1,594,341; Aug. 3. 

Alland, Maurice, Atlantic City, N. J. Magazine for* 
writing instruments. 1,594,342 ; Aug. 3. 

Alland, Maurice, Atlantic City, N. J. Receptacle closure. 
1,600,705; Sept. 21. 

Allbright, Charles H., assignor of one-half to P. A. Bar- 
low, Santa Margarita, Calif. Combination camp table, 
luggage carrier, and child's bed. 1,569,600 ; Jan. 12. 

Allbright-Nell Company, The. (See Laabs, William, as- 
signor.) 

Allcock, S., & Company Limited. (See Qurin, Eugen, 
assignor.) 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Measur- 
ing device. 1,571,224 ; Feb. 2. 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. High-fre- 
quency dielectric and magnetic furnace. 1,572,873 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Radio re- 
ceiving system. 1,580,359 ; Apr. 13. 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Plate 
condenser element and manufacture therefor. 
1,595,810; Aug. 10. 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Measuring 
device. 1,602,872 ; Oct. 12. 

Allcutt, Chester T., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Measur- 
ing instrument. 1,610,227 ; Dec. 14. 

Allec, Henry, assignor of one-third to J. A. Fenno and 
one-third to J. Pisenti, Stockton, Calif. Gas saver for 
internal-combustion engines. 1,572,701 ; Feb. 9. 

Alleman, Gellert, Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Sheep dip. 1,591,006 ; July 6. 

Alleman, George B., and M. J. Joachim, assignors to 
Simmons Company, Kenosha, Wis. Packaging bedstead 
frames. 1,601,157; Sept. 28. 

Allemand, Albert A., near Gilroy, Calif. Tray. 1,576,294 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Allemeier, Albert W., assignor to The Woodcraft Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Article of furniture. 1,572,375; 
Feb. 2. 

Allen, A. C., et al., trustees. (See Matheson, Andrew A., 
assignor.) 

Allen, Albert, Bangor, Me., assignor to Eastern Manu- 
facturing Company, Boston, Mass. Watermarking 
paper and adjunct therefor. 1,575,518 ; Mar. 2. 

Allen, Albert J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Meter attachment. 
1,590,404; June 29. 

Allen, Albert M. (See Hawn, Ralph M., assignor.) 

Allen & Allen. (See Dearwester, Frederick G., assignor.) 

Allen, Andrews, Glencoe, 111. Draft mechanism for mine 
cars. 1,596,137 ; Aug. 17. 

Allen, Andrews, Chicago, 111. Mine-car coupler. 
1,596,138; Aug. 17. 

Allen, Arthur M., Mesa, assignor of one-fourth to E. 
Kirbv and one-fourth to L. L. Long, Connell, Wash. 
Shimless bearing. 1,573,110 ; Feb. 16. 

Allen Auto Specialty Company, The. (See Allen, William 
A., assignor.) 

Allen, Bessie, administratrix. (See Crewson, Charles C.) 

Allen, Bona, Inc. (See Royal, Prince L., assignor.) 

Allen. Bona, Inc. (See Royal, P. L., and Overby, as- 
signors.) 

Allen, Carl S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Metal-cutting shears. 
1.578,247 ; Mar. 30. 

Allen, Carroll W.. New Orleans, La. Box or like article 
for dry food products. Des. 70,259 ; June 1. 

Allen, Charles D., Southington, Conn. Glareshield. 
1,595,442 : Aug. 10. 

Allen, Charles H., assignor to The Allenlite Company, 
Chicago, 111. Headlight. 1,600.205 ; Sept. 21. 

Allen, Charles M., Worcester, Mass. Measuring the rate 
of flow of liquid. 1.611,502 : Dec. 21. 

Allen, Charles V., Buffalo, N. Y. Attachment for ladder 
legs. 1,568,201 ; Jan. 5. 

Allen, David, San Francisco, Calif. Collar support and 
necktie holder. 1,583,267 ; May 4. 

Allen, Donald T., assignor to Prime Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Phonograph. 1,571,568 ; Feb. 2. 



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Allen, Donald T., assignor to Prime Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Phonograph. 1,594,032; July 27. 

Allen, Edear C. (See Knutsson, Eoger L., assignor.) 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Stay- 
cord guide for buttonhole-sewing machines. 1,577,601 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Thread 
cutter for sewing machines. 1,579.200 ; Apr. 6. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Clamp- 
spreading mechanism for buttonhole-sewing machines. 
1,579,201; Apr. 6. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Work-gaug- 
ing means for sewing machines. 1,592,916 ; July 20. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Stitched but- 
tonhole. 1,594,141 ; July 27. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Buttonhole- 
sewing machine. 1,600,206 ; Sept. 21. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Buttonhole- 
sewing machine. 1,600,207 ; Sept. 21. 

Allen, Edward B., Newtown, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Needle mechanism for sewing machines. 1,606,330 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Allen, Edwin A., assignor to Automatic Material Hoist 
Company, Chicago, 111. Transportable elevator. 
1,586,76S ; June 1. 

Allen, Eli H., Melrose Highlands, Mass. Wet conveyer 
system. 1,605,908 ; Nov. 9. 

Allen, Erastus S., Glendale, Ohio. Educational device. 
1,597,562 ; Aug. 24. 

Allen, Erhard, assignor to The Dayton Display Fixture 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Display stand. 1,594,440 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Allen, Floyd P. (See Brett, W. H., and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank B., Lower Merion Township, Pa. Combina- 
tion ash gate and sluiceway. 1,595,957 ; Aug. 10. 

Allen, Frank B., Lower Merion Township, Montgomery 
County, Pa., assignor, by mesne assignments, to F. H. 
Dunbar. System for handling solid material. 
1,598,233; Aug. 31. 

Allen, Frank D. (See Bradley, C. H., and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank E., St. Clair, assignor of one-half to W. D. 
Thompson, Port Huron, Mich. Tourist's auto camp- 
ing outfit. 1,585,814; May 25. 

Allen, George, Hillman, Minn. Combined toboggan and 
sled. 1,568,493; Jan. 5. 

Allen, Grosvenor N.. Oneida, N. Y. Spoon or similar 
article. Des. 69.978; Apr. 27. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., Oneida, N. Y. Spoon or similar 
article. Des. 69,979 ; Apr. 27. 

Allen. Grosvenor N., Oneida, N. Y. Coffeepot or similar 
article. Des. 70,208 ; May 25. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., Oneida, N. Y. Pot or similar article. 
Des. 70,816 ; Aug. 17. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., assignor to Oneida Community, 
Limited, Oneida, N. Y. Coffeepot or similar article. 
Des. 69,980; Apr. 27. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., assignor to> Oneida Community, 
Limited, Oneida, N. Y. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
70,046 ; May 4. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., assignor to Oneida Community, 
Limited, Oneida, N. Y. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
70,496 ; July 6. 

Allen, Grosvenor N., assignor to Oneida Community, Lim- 
ited, Oneida, N. Y. Pot or similar article. Des. 
70,815 ; Aug. 17. 

Allen, Harold D., East Hampton, Conn., assignor to 
Gong Bell Manufacturing Company. Dial mecha- 
nism for toy telephones. 1,586,504 ; May 25. 

Allen, Harold K., Springfield, Mass. Portable oil heater. 
1,568.582 ; Jan. 5. 

Allen, Harry G., assignor to Van Dyke Fountain Brush 
Company, Seattle, Wash. Valve for fountain brushes. 
1.601.961 ; Oct. 5. 

Allen, Harry W., Cleveland, Ohio. Sectional insulator. 
1,586,348 ; May 25. 

Allen, Hiram. (See Cole, E. M., and Allen.) 

Allen, Homer, Slick, Okla. Pulley. 1,576,891 ; Mar. 16. 

Allen, Horace K., and C. E. Pearson, assignor of one- 
third to J. J. Martin, Indianapolis, Ind. Vehicle shock 
absorber. 1,587.575 : June 8. 

Allen. Hubert E.. Whittier, Calif., assignor to Elliott Core 
Drilling; Company. Core retainer. 1,604,332 ; Oct. 26. 

Allen, Irving R., Wheaton, 111. Display device for garters. 
1,574,335 ; Feb. 23. 

Allen, James M., assignor of one-half to The Superior 
Brass & Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. Thermostatic elec- 
tric switch. 1,610,915 ; Dec. 14. 

Allen, Jay K.. New York, assignor of one-half to L. F. 
Sherman, Pelham Manor, N. Y. Game. 1,579.341 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Allen, John, assignor of one-half to R. C. Griswold, 
Brawley, Calif. Cigar-box moistener. 1,586,938 ; 
June 1. 



Allen, John M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Knitting full- 
fashioned hosiery on a circular-knitting machine. 
1,568,123 ; Jan. 5. 

Allen, John M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Making 
hosiery. 1,570,027; Jan. 19. 

Allen, John R., assignor to Stackhouse & Allen, Chicago, 
111. Electrical fixture. 1,591,257 ; July 6. 

Allen, John S., Madison, and C. E. Broders, Waldo, as- 
signors to United States Automatic Shift Co., Madison, 
Wis. Mechanical gear shift. 1,591,950 ; July 13. 

Allen, Joseph W., et al. (See Camden, Andrew B., as- 
signor.) 

Allen, Louis. (See McLaughlin, J. L., and Allen.) 

Allen, Peter B., Providence, R. I. Smoker's stand. Des. 
70,641; July 27. 

Allen, Raymond, Hutchinson, Kans. Rotary brush. 
1,598,411; Aug. 31. 

Allen, Richard. (See Moore, Edward T., assignor.) 

Allen, Roy H., Mount Vernon, and C. Holstein. Wash- 
ington Township, Lucas County, assignors to The Dura 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Window-control mechanism. 
1,603,373 ; Oct. 19. 

Allen, Roy M., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Centering device. 1,603,263 ; Oct. 19. 

Allen, S. H.. et al. (See Camden, Andrew B., assignor.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Mader, Joseph, assignor.) 

Allen, S. L., & Co. Inc. (See Richie, David R., assignor.) 

Allen, Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Swing- 
spout Measure Co. Spring valve for swingspout meas- 
ures. 1,573,895 ; Feb. 23. 

Allen, Thomas G., Westminster, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Hydrautomat, Limited, London, Eng- 
land. System of raising liquids. 1,597,664 ; Aug. 31. 

Allen, Thomas M., Torrington, Conn., assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Creel. 1,586,594 ; 
June 1. 

Allen, Thomas M., Lowell, assignor to Saco-Lowell Shops, 
Boston, Mass. Creel. 1,606,611 ; Nov. 9. 

Allen, Victor M., Waverlv, N. Y. Automatic window 
ventilator. 1,569,847 ; Jan. 19. 

Allen, Walter P., Jersey City Heights, N. J., assignor 
to The Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, 
Pa. Railway-traffic-controlling apparatus. 1,585,356 ; 
May 18. 

Allen, William, assignor of one-half to J. E. Jones, 
Wilson, Miss. Saw-leveling machine. 1,587,357 ; 
June 1. 

Allen, William A.', Yonkers. assignor to The Allen Auto 
Specialty Company, New York, N. Y. Radiator shutter. 
1,611,845; Dec. 21. 

Allen, William B., Michigan City, assignor of one-half 
to C. D. Bates, La Porte, Ind. Train control. 
1,585,007; May 18. 

Allen, William F., Nashville, Tenn. Stove. Des. 69,731 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Allen, William F., Nashville, Tenn. Heater. 1,604,869 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Allen, William H., and H. T. Bluff, Buffalo, N. Y. Visor 
for automobiles. 1,600.785 ; Sept. 21. 

Allen, William L., Los Angeles, Calif. Sanitary refuse 
receiver. 1,574,273 ; Feb. 23. 

Allen, William L., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic refuse 
receiver. 1,588,688 ; June 15. 

Allen, William S., Birmingham, Ala. Antiglare device. 
1,571,779; Feb. 2. 

Allender. Charles W. G., Steamboat Springs, Colo. Pump. 
1,574,274; Feb. 23. 

Allendorf, Friedrich, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 
assignor to J. Rosenberg, New York, N. Y. Fuel gasifier 
for kitchen ranges and the like. 1,570,325 ; Jan. 19. 

Allendorf, Friedrich, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, as- 
signor to J. Rosenberg, New York, N. Y. Fuel-saving 
device for stoves, ranges, ovens, and the like. 
1,591,075; July 6. 

Allenlite Company, The. (See Allen, Charles H., assignor.) 

Aller, Joseph, (formerly Joseph Altschuler), Los Angeles, 
and D. Isnow, Arcadia, Calif. Numbered films. 
1,583,769; May 11. 

Allerding, Cletus N., Mansfield, Ohio. Steering wheel. 
1.606,392 ; Nov. 9. 

Allerton, Robert W., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Condenser support. 1,573.792 : Feb. 23. 

Alley, Stephen E., assignor to The "Sentinel" Waggon 
Works Limited, London, England. Self-propelled vehi- 
cle. 1,603,441 : Oct. 19. 

Alleyne, Ernest F., Nashville, Tenn. Obstetrical appli- 
ance. 1,582,653 ; Apr. 27. 

Allfree, Edwin H., and A. R. Williams, assignor to The 
Ironton Engine Company, Ironton, Ohio. Electrical 
controller. 1,610,228 ; Dec. 14. 

Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Kieser, Wal- 
ter, assignor. ) 

Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesellschaft. (See Post, Otto 
T., assignor.) 

Allgrunn, Carl G., assignor to Niagara Sprayer Co., Mid- 
dleport, N. Y. Dust gun. 1,600,861 ; Sept. 21. 

Allhands, J. L., et al. (See Collins, Michael, assignor.) 

Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Hulett, Frank E., 
assignor.) 

Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Matthewson, J., 
and Shutt, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Shutt, Milu, as- 
signor.) 

Allie. Lafayette ,T , assignor of one-half to V. G. Allie, 
St. Paul, Iiium. Damper. 1,580,106; ADr. 13. 

Allie, Valentine G. (See Allie, Lafayette J., assignor.) 

Allied Process Corporation. (See Weidmann, Hans, as- 
signor.) 

Allien, Victor S., assignor to Darco Sales Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Securing uniform revivification of 
activated carbon. 1,599,072 ; Sept. 7. 

Allingham, James, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic and auto- 
matic waste valve for vessels. 1,593,642 ; July 27. 

Allingham, Sidney, London, and M. Soenens, assignors to 
Robert Boby Limited, Bury St. Edmunds, England. 
Conveyer for carrying fibrous material. 1,589,732 ; 
June 22. 

AUington, John B., and G. S. Dady, Rochester, N. Y. 
Automatic gas-supply-controlling means. 1,577,511 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Allinson, Alfred J., Trona, Calif. Automatic oil-firing 
system. 1,597,139 ; Aug. 24. 

Allinson, John J., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Doherty Research Company, New York, 
N. Y. Treatment and refining of mineral oils. 
1,592,324 ; July 13. 

Allinson, William, Des Moines, Iowa. Drier. 1,579,852 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Allinson, William, Des Moines, Iowa. Renovating and 
clarifying used gasoline. 1,585,456 ; May 18. 

Allinson, William, Des Moines. Iowa. Drier structure. 
1,593,004 ; July 20. 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, 
Edwin H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. . (See Cheney, 
Herbert W., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Daven- 
port, John C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See De Wein, 
George F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dorfan. 
Morton I., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Earle, 
Ralph H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Earle, R. 
H., and Schindler, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Feind, 
Robert F., assignor.) , 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Greenfield, 
Roy C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hagmaier, 
William G., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hamilton, 
John P., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Harrison, 
Albert E.. assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See HolthofC, 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Humphrey, 
Noah W., assignor, i 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Kane, 
John J., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Lieber, 
William H., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Martin, 
Charles R., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ncwhouse, 
Ray C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Nichols, 
Louis C, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Patitz, 
Johann F. M., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Pfau, Ar- 
nold, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Powell, 
William IL, assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring, 
.1. J., and Nye, assignors.) 

Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sholl, 
Jacob M., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, 
Reginald F., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Sprado, 
Carl G., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Taylor, 
Charles B., assignor.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Thomas, 
I). ('., and Yunker. assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See William- 
son, Robert B., assignor.) 

Allis, H. S. (See Reed, Harold L.. assignor.) 

Allis, Jim, Houston, Tex. Seat attachment for toilet 
bowls. 1.597,753; Aug. 81. 

Allis. Louis, Company, The. (See Barr, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Allison Engineering Company. (See Gllman, Norman 
H., assignor.) 

Allison, Franklin E. (See Braham. J. M.. and Allison.) 

Allison, James A., et al. (See Gllman, Norman II. , as- 
signor.) 

Allison, Leslie R., La Crosse, Wis., assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swlssvale, Pa. Rallway- 
tiafflc-controlllng apparatus. 1,611,148; Dec. 21. 



(See 



Allison Motors, Inc. (See Sanborn, Frederick W., jr., 
assignor.) 

Allison, Robert P., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Motor Wheel Corporation, Lansing, 
Mich. Disk wheel. 1,591,501 ; July 6. 

Allison, Thomas C, Dover, Ohio, assignor of one-half to 
D. R. Downey, Highland Park, Mich. Automatic steak 
beater. 1,589,084; June 15. 

Allith Prouty Company. (See Willard, Donald E., as- 
signor.) 

All Metal Products Company. (See Schmidt, William F., 
assignor.) 

Allmau, Charles W., assignor of one-lialf to J. F. Har- 
mon, Ottumwa, Iowa. Collapsible bed. 1,594,988 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Nord- 
feldt, Birger, assignor.) 

Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Peter- 
sen, Wilhelm H., assignor.) 

Allmanna Telefonaktiebolaget L. M. Ericsson. 
Palmgren, Nils G., assignor.) 

Allmon, Joseph G., Melrose, Mass. Antiskid chain. 
1,574,014; Feb. 23. 

Alloys Foundry Company. (See Spitzley, R. L., and 
Thompson, assignors.) 

Allsopp Brothers. (See Steller, Arthur, assignor.) 

Allston, Joseph B., Georgetown, S. C. Meal kit. 
1,573,620; Feb. 16. 

Allstott, James O., Paoli, Okla. Feed miser. 
1,580,988; Apr. 13. 

Ally Company. (See Bullock, Samuel A., assignor). 

Allyn, Leon L. (See Wigginton, G. P., Allyn, and 
Stuart.) 

Allyn, Robert S., trustee. (See Clark, Norris E., as- 
signor.) 

Allyne, Edmund E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Bassick Manufacturing Company. 
Lubricant-receiving nipple. 1,592,061 ; July 13. 

Alma, Carl E. (See Alma, Maximilian and C. E.) 

Alma, Maximilian and C. E., Vienna, Austria. Draw and 
buffer gear for railway vehicles. 1,611,149 ; Dec. 21. 

Alma, Maximilian and C. E., Vienna, Austria. Draw and 
buffer gear for railway vehicles and the like. 
1,611,150; Dec. 21. 

Almendinger, Harry E., Rocky Ridge, Ohio. Incubator. 
1,598,585 ; Aug. 31. 

Almquist, Carl G.. Chicago, 111. Holddown for spring 
frogs. 1,577,672 ; Mar. 23. 

Almquist, Gus, Perris, Calif. Tamping-bar clamp. 
1,610,990 ; Dec. 14. 

Almquist, Milton L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Carrier-sig- 
naling system. 1,610,234 ; Dec. 14. 

Almy, Charles, jr., assignor to Dewey & Almy Chemical 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Apparatus for spreading 
lining material on covers. 1,582,886 ; May 4. 

Alos Apparatebau, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Ley, Christian, assignor.) 

Alpaugh, Leman J., Fenton, Mich. License-plate clip. 
1,581.416; Apr. 20. 

Alpers, Fred W, Muskegon, Mich. Polishing compound. 
1,588,290 ; June 8. 

Alphin, Gilbert E., Mount Olive, N. C. Shade and cur- 
tain support. 1,585,008 ; May 18. 

Alphin, Gilbert E., Mount Olive, N. C. Window fixture. 
1.601,665; Sept. 28. 

Alphons Custodis Chimney Construction Company. (See 
Marsden, Firth, assignor.) 

Alsager. Arne O., Willow Creek Township, Lee County, 
111. Irouing-board-cover fastener. 1.571,083 ; Jan. 26. 

Alsatian Machine Works. (See Fossel, Joseph, assignor.) 

Alsatian Machine Works, Limited. (See Tunstall, Harry, 
assignor.) 

Alsfasser, Joseph, Chicago, 111. Lock for damper regu- 
lators. 1,571.990; Feb. 9. 

Alshuler, Chas.. Mfg. Co., The. (See Johnson, Fritz, 
assignor.) 

Alsip, Frank W., Chicago, 111. System of atomization 
and regulated burning of liquid fuels. 1,597,661 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Alsip, Frank W., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for burning 
liquid fuels. 1,597.662: Aug. 31. 

Alsofrom, Murray. (See D'Arino, A., and Alsofrom.) 

Alstad, Oscar, Evansvill", Minn. Automatic speed-con- 
trolled device. 1.573,621: Feb. 16. 

Alston, John A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Carrier. 1,597,754 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Alstrand, Felix K., New York, N. Y. Combined hand bag 
and vanity case. 1,612,342; Dec. 28. . 

Alt, Charles S. (See Reck. R. K., and Alt.) 

Alt, Otto, and C. Helsig, Kiel, assignors to Fried. Krupp 
Aktlengesellschaft Gernianiawerft, Kiel-Gaarden, Ger- 
many. Fuel-injecting device for internal-combustion 
engines. 1,571.389 ; Feb. 2. 

All, Robert & Co., et al. (See Mickl, Josef, assignor.) 

Alta Vista Hydraulic Company. (See Kellogg, L. M., 
Cage, and McWilliams, assignors.) 

Alter, Charles N., and E. Smith, Alliance, Ohio. Elec- 
tric brake. RelG,464 ; Nov. 9. 

Alter, Charles N., and E. Smith, Alliance, Ohio. Elec- 
tric brake. 1.591,692; July 6. 

AH or, John II. , Conneaut, Ohio. Valve gear. 1,578,249; 
Mar. 30. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, iy2U. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



15 



Alrgelf. Hans, and O. Hochinuth, assignors to Kalle & 

Co. Aktiengesellschaft, Biebrich-on-the-Rhine, Germany. 

Enzymes and isolating them from their soluticis. 

1,590,663 ; June 29. 
Altgelt, Herman E., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 

Works, South Bend, Ind. Wheeled cultivator. 

1,590.664; June 29. 
Altgelt, Herman E., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 

Works. South Bend, Ind. Wheeled cultivator. 

1.590,665 ; June 29. 
Altselt. Herman E., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 

Works, South Bend, Ind. Planting machine. 1,600,085 ; 

Sept. 14. 
Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 

Works, South Bend, Ind. Draft device for plows and 

the like. 1,574,351 ; Feb. 23. 
Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor to Oliver Chilled Plow 

Works, South Bend, Ind. Cultivator. 1,611,707 ; 

Dee. 21. 
Altgelt, Rudolph J., and C. H. Gemberling, assignors to 

Oliver Chilled Plow Works, South Bend, Ind. Plow. 

1,596,570 ; Aug. 17. 
Althausen, Johan J., Evansville, Ind. Rat trap. 

1,587,494; June 8. 
Altick, Harold K.. Dayton, Ohio. Electrically-controlled 

and automatic gear shift for automobiles. 1,594,869 ; 

Aug. 3. . 

Altieri, Emilio, New York, N. Y. Shoe last. 1.587,496; 

June 8. 
Altman, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Wrench. 1,579,992 ; 

Apr. 6. 
Altman, Vladislav, Racine, Wis. Vehicle signal. 

1.579,853; Apr. 6. 
Altmann, August, New York, N. Y. Flying roundabout. 

1,579,173 ; Mar. 30. 
Altmann. Rudolf, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sound-reproducing 

mechanism. 1,604,952 ; Nov. 2. 
Altnow, Henrv J., Portland, Oreg. Joint. 1,575,780; 

Mar. 9. 
Alton, William H., assignor to R. T. Vanderbilt Company, 

New York, N. Y. Applying plaster and stucco. 

1.573.896 ; Feb. 23. 

Alton. William H., assignor to R. T. Vanderbilt Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Applying plaster or stucco. 

1.573.897 : Feb. 23. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1.603,011; Oct. 12. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., assignor to Altorfer Bros. Company, 
East Peoria, 111. Wringer. 1,570,545 ; Jan. 19. 

Altorfer. Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company. East Peoria, 111. Driving mechanism for 
ironing machines. 1,572,633 ; Feb. 9. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., assignor to Altorfer Bros. Com- 
pany, East Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 1,574,334 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, 111. Wringer-position-control- 
ling means. 1,582,234 ; Apr. 27. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1,582,235; Apr. 27. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1,594,188; July 27. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, 111. Washing machine. 
1.001.4S6 : Sept. 2S. 

Altorfer, Alpheus W., Peoria, assignor to Altorfer Bros. 
Company, East Peoria, III. Drain board for wringers. 
1.601,487 ; Sept. 28. 

Altorfer Bros. (See Altorfer, Alpheus W., assignor.) 

Altorfer Bros. Company. (See Altorfer, Alpheus W., as- 
signor. ) 

Altorfer, Hulderich. (See Forter, R., and Altorfer.) 

Altschul. Otto A Chicago, 111. Service door. 1,581,776 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Altvater, Maude V.. Grant Orchards, Wash. Fruit picker. 
1,579,052; Mar. 30. 

Altwegg, Jean, Lyon, assignor to Socifite" Chimique des 
TJsines du Rhone. Paris, France. Manufacture of cal- 
cium arsenate. 1,608.288 : Nor. 23. 

Altwegg, Jean, and E. F. Chermette, Lyon, France, as- 
signors to Societe Chimique des TJsines du Rhone, Paris, 
F'-nnce. Manufacture of condensation products of 
compound aliphatic-aromatic ketones with polyalcohol.^. 
1.572,176; Feb. 9. 

Altwegg. Jean, and C. A. Maillard, Lyon, assignors to 
Societe Chimique des TJsines du Rhone, Paris, France. 
Purification of cellulose ethers. 1,599,508 : Sept. 14. 

Aluminium Plant and Vessel Company Limited. (See 
Seligman, Richard, assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Archer, R. S.. 
and Edwards, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Frary, Francis 
C. assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Hobbs, Douglas 
B., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Jeffries, Z., and 
Archer, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Johnston, R. L., 
Archer, and Jeffries, assignors.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Norton, Allen B., 
assignor.) 



Aluminum Company of America. (See Pacz, Aladar, as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Salisbury, Robert 
F., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America. (See Tilson, Donald 
IX, assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America, The. (See Wilson, John 
H., assignor.) 

Aluminum Die-Casting Corporation. (See Bungay, 
George W., assignor.) 

Aluminum Die-Casting Corporation. (See Johnston, 
Roderick L., assignor.) 

Aluminum Foundry Company. (See Kafer, John, Jr., 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Goods Mfg. Co. (See Drumm, Elmer E., as- 
signor.) 

Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Co. (See Grover, Henry 
C, assignor.) 

Aluminum Manufacturers, Incorporated. (See Crosby. 
Ernest R., assignor.) 

Aluminum Manufacturers, Incorporated. (See Jardine, 
F., and Jehle, assignors.) 

Aluminum Seal Company. (See Sharp, John, assignor.) 

Alvarez, Antonio, Oakland, assignor to M. J. Branden- 
stein & Company, San Francisco, Calif. Container. 
1,677,351 ; Mar. 16. 

Alvarez, Fabian S. (See Puente y Puente, F., and 
Alvarez.) 

Alvey-Ferguson Company, The. (See Burnham, Elbridge 
P., assignor.) 

Alvey Manufacturing Company. (See Langsdorf, Alex- 
ander S., assignor.) 

Alvis Car & Engineering Company, Limited. (See Smith- 
Clarke, George T., assignor.) 

Alvord, Melzar H., Boise, Idaho. Towing device. 
1,580,989 ; Apr. 13. 

Amac Limited. (See Guy, William L., assignor.) 

Amalgamated Dental Company Limited, The. (See Gut- 
teridge, Samuel A., assignor.) 

Amalgamated Roofing Company. (See Maclean, Robert, 
assignor.) 

Amari, Thony. (See Brignolo, C., Amari, and Brignolo.) 

Amato, Frank. Long Island City, N. Y. Automobile 
bumper. 1,569,166 ; Jan. 12. 

Amazeen, Walter. (See Parkhurst, Frank W., assignor.) 

Amberg, Rudolph C, Chokio, Minn. Bumper. 1,578,062 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Amberg, Walter E., Chicago, 111., assignor to W. O. Peter- 
son and B. L. Engelke, Chicago, 111. Gear mechanism. 
1,611,981 ; Dec. 28. 

Ambler, Arthur A., New Brunswick, N. J. Pig-iron 
breaker. 1,577,154 ; Mar. 16. 

Ambler. Arthur A., New Brunswick, N. J., assignor to 
The Wolf Company, Chambersburg, Pa. Attrition mill. 
1.593,153; July 20. 

Ambler, George B., assignor to F. A. Whitney Carriage 
Company, Leominster. Mass. Automatic stop for looms. 
1.570,454 ; Jan. 19. 

Ambler, George B., assignor to F. A. Whitney Carriage 
Company, Leominster, Mass. Needle loom. 1,584,680 ; 
May 11. 

Ambler, George B.. assignor to F. A. Whitney Carriage 
Company, Leominster, Mass. Filling-control mech- 
anism for looms. 1,598,580 ; Aug. 31. 

Ambler, Robert R., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Ring-covering 
machine. 1,586,639 ; June 1. 

Am'orette, Conrad. (See Cabagnaro, N. J., and Am- 
brette.) 

Ambruster, Howard W., Westfield, N. J. Making arsenic 
acid. 1.603,308; Oct. 19. 

Amcor Advertising Incorporated. (See Leunis, Alexan- 
der, assignor.) 

Amdursky, Samuel S., assignor to Taylor Instrument 
Companies, Rochester, N. Y. Regulating apparatus. 
1,593,618 ; July 27. 

Amdyco Corporation. (See Palmer, Walter, assignor.) 

A medee-Mannheim, Charles, Paris, France. Suspension 
for vehicles. 1,578,308 ; Mar. 30. 

Amele, James, Bronx, N. Y. Apparatus for and method 
of making stucco-brick slabs. 1.592,591 ; July 13. 

A'ner, Harry, New York, N. Y. Handbag. Des. 70.S17 ; 

Aug. 17. 
American Arch Company. (See Himmelright, Raleigh J., 
assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Lodwick, Jason A., as- 
signor.) 
American Arch Company. (See Slegel, Chester A., 
assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Willett, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Art Works. (See Kroger, Fred H., assignor.) 
American Asphalt Roof Corp. (See Martin, L. L., and 
Mayfield, assignors.) 

American Assembling Machine Company. (See Juengst, 
Charles A., assignor.) 

American Auto Lamp Co. (See Putterman, Benjamin, as- 
signor.) 

American Auto Products Company, The. (See Heymer, 

Adolph F., assignor.) 
American Automatic Heating Company. (See Humphrey, 
Raleigh O., assignor.) 



16 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Bander Company. (See Long, B. H., and Stone, 
assignors.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Aitchison, Peter, 
assignor.) 

American Bank Note Company. (See Marquardt, Frank 
C, assignor.) 

American Beccari Corporation. (See Cooke, Edward P., 
assignor. ) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Elsaesser, E., and 
Hartmann, assignors.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Elsaesser, E., and 
Z. Lbwen, assignors.) 

American Blower Company. (See Hogan, E. L., and 
Witham, assignors.) 

American Blower Company. (See Polk, Gilbert C, as- 
signor.) 

American Blower Company. (See Withane, George S„ 
jr., assignor.) 

American Boiler Washing Device Company. (See Isaacs, 
Elza L., assignor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Kongsted, 
Ludwig P., assignor.) 

American Bosch Magneto Corporation. (See Rosner, 
Adolph, assignor.) 

American Bottle Company, The. (See Curran, Jerome 
P., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. 
(See De France, Murrell B., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Bassett, William 
H., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Coe, James R., as- 
signor.) 

American Button & Fastener Co. (See Latham, Albert, 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Baechle, James E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Block, Michael, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Butler, William F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Clark, Berton S., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Dister, Joseph, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Fleischer, Paul W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Fleischer, P. W., and 
Huntar, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Lindgren, Stanley H., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Miller, George F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nordquist, Ronald E. J., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Peck, Carl F., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Preis, Carl G., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Schoendelen, Joseph W., 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Schultz, Edward, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Stoll, Henry C, assignor, i 

American Can Company. (See Tevander, Swan N., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Young, John M., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ames, Joseph 
H., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Auchincloss, 
William K., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Brewer, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Constantine, 
Alphonse A., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Elder, 
Thomas W., jr., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Graham, 
William II., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Hervig. 
Richard, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 
Warren V., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 
W. V., and McDowell, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Kaseberg, 
Theodore C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Keller, Jule 
M., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Keller, J. M., 
and Ames, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Long, F. R., 
and Harry, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See McBride, 
John J., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Newman 
Claude F., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ostrander, 
Allen 10. , assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Rohlfing, 
John M., assignor.) 

American Cor and Foundry Company. (See Steinmeyer, 
John W., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Watson, 
Edmund A., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willcughby, 
Victor, assignor.) 



Am(;iicun Car and Foundry Company. (See Willoughby, 
"Victor R., assignor.) 

American Carbonic Machinery Company. (See Labus, 
Otto A., assignor.) 

American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Carson, Harry 
T., assignor.) 

American Casting and Manufacturing Corporation. (See 
Dietze, Emil, assignor.) 

American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Company 
Limited. (See Bader, Walter, assignor.) 

American Cellulose & Chemical Manufacturing Company, 
The. (See Dreyfus, Camille, assignor.) 

American Cellulose & Chemical Mfg. Co., The. (See 
Dreyfus, C, and Miles, assignors.) 

American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Com- 
pany. (See Ellis, G. H., Stevenson, and Croft, as- 
signors.) 

American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Limited, The. (See Roy, Hector B., assignor.) 

American Cement Machine Co., The. (See Mandt, Obert 
G., assignor.) 

American Cement Tile Manufacturing Company. (See 
Brown, James, assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Benton, Donald L., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Du Bois, Henry C, 
assignor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Fageol, Rollie B., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company. (See Goetz, Oscar H., as- 
signor.) 

American Chain Company, Inc. (See Fageol, Rollie B., 
assignor.) 

American Chest Company. (See McQuaid, Maurice, as- 
signor.) 

American Chicle Company. (See Bartlett, Willard, as- 
signor.) 

American Chicle Company. (See Curry, Elbert F., as- 
signor.) 

American Chicle Company. (See Van Buren, John, as- 
signor.) 

American Cigar Company. (See Schneider, Anthony, as- 
signor.) 

American Circular Loom Company. (See Lutz, George 
A., assignor.) 

American Clay Products Company. (See Fitz, Arthur 
V. A., assignor.) 

American Coating Mills. (See Colbert, C. C, and Pres- 
ton, assignors.) 

American Cone & Pretzel Company. (See Schumaker, 
Lorraine J., assignor.) 

American Copperas Company. (See Marsh, H. S., and 
Cochran, assignors.) 

American Creosoting Company. (See Austin, Harold E., 
assignor.) 

American Cuptor Corporation. (See Weckbaugh, Joseph 
V., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Barsky, George, as- 
signor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Buchanan, Guy H., 
assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Cooper, Kenneth F., 
assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Freise, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Heuser, Ralph V., as- 
signor.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Landis, W. S., and 
Buchanan, assignors.) 

American Cyanamid Company. (See Osborne, J. L., 
and Barsky, assignors.) 

American Demulsifying Company. (See Leeper, Wads- 
worth D., assignor.) 

American Doucil Company. (See Wheaton, Harold J., 
assignor.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Dressier, Con- 
rad, assignor.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Meehan, Paul 
A., assignor.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns. Inc. (See Meehan, 
P. A., and Robertson, assignors.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Strommer, 
Luther T., assignor.) 

American Dressier Tunnel Kilns, Inc. (See Vincent, 
Laurence A., assignor.) 

American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 
and Hand, assignors.) 

American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F., 
and Thomas, assignors.) 

American Electro-Osmosis Corporation. (See Jenny, A., 
and Angerstein, assignors.) 

American Electro-Osmosis Corporation. (See Ruppel, 
Wilhelm, assignor.) 

American Electro-Osmosis Corporation. (See Ruppel, W., 
and Wolf, assignors.) 

American Electro-Osmosis Corporation. (See Wolf, K., 
and Langstein, assignors.) 

American Emery Wheel Works. (See MacLaughlin, D. 
D., and Leonard, assignors.) 

American Engineering Company. (See Farrand, John E., 
assignor.) 

American Engineering Company. (See Valentine, Her- 
bert S., assignor.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



17 



American Fabrics Company, The. (See Page, Samuel H., 

assignor.) 
American Fabrics Company, The. (See Philips, Hans A., 

assignor.) 
American Fabrics Company, The. (See Piepenbring, Gus- 

tave A., assignor.) 
American Fibre Corporation. (See Baldwin, Earl F.. 

assignor.) 
American Fibre Corporation. (See Baldwin, E. F., and 

Woods, assignors.) 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. (See Schwartz. 

Morris, assienor.) 
American Flatlite Company, The. (See Balsillie, John 

G., assignor.) 
American Flatlite Company, The. (See Gowdy, Robert 

C, assignor.) 
American Flatlite Company, The. (See Kuen, Eugene A., 

assignor.) 
American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See Becker, 

Harry S.. assignor.) 
American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See Frohne, 

Albin. assignor.) 
American Fiver Mfg. Co. (See Mize, Fred, assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Bryers, John 

E.. assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Taft, Ray- 
mond C, assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company. (See Withington, Win- 

throp, assignor.) 
American Foundry & Furnace Company. (See Lewis, 

Samuel R., assignor.) 
American Furnace Company. (See Bayse, Harry V., as- 
signor.) 
American Gas Accumulator Company, The. (See Watson, 

Alfred G.. assignor.) 
American Gas Construction Company. (See Tenney, 

C. I., and Thayer, assignors.) 
American Gas Machine Company. (See Hanson, Hans C, 

assignor.) 
American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Meden, Elof 

H., assignor.) 
American Grinder Co. (See Ott, Albert J. and C. L., 

assignors.) 
American Grinder Manufacturing Company. (See Tautz, 

H., and Dion.) 
American Gypsum Company, The. (See Griswold, Frank 

J., assignor.) 
American Hard Rubber Company. (See Boyer, Edwin S., 

assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Henry, 

William K., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Hurd. Xor- 

man B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Steele. 

Grove F.. jr., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Stone, Elmer 

B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. (See Teich, Ernest 

L., assignor.) 
American "Headlight Dimming Company. (See Moise. 

Harmon D.. assignor.) 
American Hoist & Derrick Company. (See Sederholm. 

John E.. assignor.) 
American Hoist & Derrick Company. (See Shenk, W. J.. 

and Wilhelm, assignors.) 
American Instrument Company. (See Newell, Floyd B.. 

assignor.) 
American Insulator Corporation. (See Huxham, Trevor 

S., assignor.) 
American Iron & Machine Works, Inc. (See Cailloux, J. 

F.. Myracle, and Conaghan. assignors.) 
American Iron & Machine Works, Inc. (See Crosby. 

Arthur S., assignor.) 
American Iron & Machine Works, Inc. (See Thomas 

William T., assignor.) 
American Lady Corset Company. (See Colley, Harry A. 

assignor.) 
American Lady Corset Company. (See Siegel, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 
American Lakes Paper Company. (See Weber, Herman 

G., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. et al. (See 

Andr£e, William E., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ben 

Jamin, Dana H., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Ben- 
jamin, D. H. and H. W., assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The, et al. (See 

Braley, Charles L.. assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Brockett. Bluford W.. assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The, et al. (See 

Brockett, Bluford W.. assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Car 

roll. Emil J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Dreher, Albert J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See John 

son. George W.. assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Lei 

decker, Frank J., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Sando, 

Joseph B., assignor.) 



American Laundry Machinery Company, The, et al. (See 
Sando, Joseph B., assignor. I 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Smith, Leonard S., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Tay- 
lor, James H, assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Tow, 
James O., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 
Waream, Charles E., assignor.) 

American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Wil- 
son, George W.. assignor.) 

American Liquid Meter Company. (See Bassler, Carlos 
J., assignor.) 

American Lithographic Company. (See Banzett, William 
H., assignor.) 

American Lithographic Company. (See Hart, Henry A., 
assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Anderson, 
Carl E., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Bronander, 
Wilbelm B., assignor.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Carpen- 
ter, Edwin P., assignor.) 

American Machine and Foundry Company. (See Drew, 
John E., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Fetzer, 
Theodore, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn, 
George W., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 
Carl W., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Klein, 
Maximilian, assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Lindblad, 
Charles V., assignor.) 

American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Rundell, 
Rupert E., assignor.) 

American Machinery Co. (See Lundin, Trued B., as- 
signor.) 

American Machinery Co. (See Ziegner, Walter E., as- 
signor.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Bakken, Her- 
man E.. assignor.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Bakken, H. E., 
and Harvey, assignors.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Jeffries, Z., and 
Archer, assignors.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Keeler, Lewis 
J., assignor.) 

American Magnesium Corporation. (See Templin, 
Richard L.. assignor.) 

American Maize-Products Company. (See Daly, Ray- 
mond E.. assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Clark, John 
O.. assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Knight, Her- 
vey S., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Kranz, Ches- 
ter R., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See McNincb, 
William T., assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Pfeil, Henry 
C, assignor.) 

American Manganese Steel Company. (See Rorabeck, 
Claude, assignor.) 

American Manufacturing Company. (See Wilhite, Cleve- 
land, assignor.) 

American Manufacturing & Sales Co. (See Doncaster, 
Ensley J., assignor.) 

American Manufacturing & Sales Co. (See Gerber, 
Ralph, assignor.) 

American Mason Safety Tread Company. (See Welcome, 
Harold A., assignor.) 

American Mechanical Works. (See Schlatter, M., and 
Lipp, assignors.) 

American Metal Cap Company. (See Hammer, Charles, 
assignor.) 

American Metal Company. (See Schleicher, Henry M., 
assignor.) 

American Metal Products Co. (See Snell. Samuel A., as- 
signor.) 

American Meter Company. (See Dickey, Edmund S., 
assignor.) 

American Meter Company. (See McDonald. Frederick, 
assignor, i 

American Mine Door Co.. The. (See Gurney, Albert J.. 
assignor.) 

American Moistening Company. (See Braemer, William 
G. R., assignor.) 

American Moistening Company. (See Comins, F. B., and 
Armstrong, assignors.) 

American Moistening Company. (See Jackson, John W., 
assignor.) 

American MonoRail Company, The. (See Harris, Frank 
C, assignor.) 

American MonoRail Company. The. (See Lawrence, 
James P.. assignor.) 

American Motion Picture Machine Works. (See Stoger, 
Anton, assignor.) 

American Motor Body Corporation. (See Day, Rodney D., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Motor Body Corporation, The. (See Hansen, 
Conrad T., assignor.) 

American Multigraph Company, The. (See Chisholm. 
Clifton, assignor.) 

American Multitone Papers Corporation. (See Reed, 
Frederic P., assignor.) 

American Narrow Fabric Company. (See Austin, Herbert 
A., assignor.) 

American National Company, The. (See Bingham, Jere- 
miah, assignor.) 

American National Red Cross, The. (See Clark, N. D., 
and Armstrong, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Baker, Nelson M., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Baker, N. M., and 
Fraser, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Boutelle, William H-, 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Brown, Andrew V., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Currier, B. P., and 
Tillyer, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Demers, Arthur E., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Eaton, William C, 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Fraser, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Freeman, Fay, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Hill, Harry W., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Laabs, Max A., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Lavallee, Emery A., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Maynard, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Moulton, Harold R., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See O'Meara, Denis H., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Peloquin, Edmond, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Poeton, Lawrence, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Pratt, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. .(See Schumacher, Elmer L., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Schumacher, E. L., and 
Boutelle, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Schumacher, E. L., 
and Poeton, assignors.) 

American Optical Company. (See Sheard, Charles, as- 
a sign or.) 

merican Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Troppman, Charles J., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tully, George L., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wells, Albert, B., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wrighton. William, 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wrighton, William J., 
assignor.) 

American Ordnance Corporation. (See Davison, G. C, 
and Caulkins, assignors.) 

American Oven & Machine Company. (See Diederichs, 
Paul O., assignor.) 

American Oven & Machine Company. (See Notz, F., and 
Koyan, assignors.) 

American Oven & Machine Company. (See Royan, 
George, assignor.) 

American Paper Goods Company, The. (See Cooley, 
Henry B.. assignor.) 

American Piano Company. (See Stoddard, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

American Pin Company, The. Division Sooville Manu- 
facturing Company. (See Condit, George M., assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Aurand, Edward L., 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (Sec Eggleston, Lewis W., 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Freeman, John R., 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Landon, Archer A., 

assignor.) 
A?nerlcan Radiator Company. (See Mallory, Harry C, 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Mertzanoff, Andre 

M., assignor.) 
American Railway Products Co. See Nordennialm, H., 

and Hansson. assignors.) 
American Rayon Products Corporation. (See Toth, L., 

and Lewis, assignors.) 
American Refractories Institute. (See Booze, Macdon- 

ald C, assignor.) 
American Ribbon and Carbon Company. (See Dechau, 

William A., assignor.) 



American Ring Company. (See Burrall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Ring Company. (See Swick, C. P., and Loyot, 
assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Beck, W. J., 
and Aupperle, assignors.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Tytus, John 
B., assignor.) 

American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Tytus, J. B., 
and Millan, assignors.) 

American Rubber Company. (See Curtis, jirnest B., as- 
signor.) 

American Rubber and Tire Company. (See Rock, Jacob 
W., assignor.) 

American Safety Device Company, The. (See Davidson, 
Frederic A., assignor.) 

American Safety Equipment Corporation. (See Olson, 
Carl W., assignor.) 

American Safety Navigation Company, The. (See Lyda, 
Arthur W., assignor.) 

American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Zeller, Isaiah 
N., assignor.) 

American Sales Book Company. (See Wiswall, William 
J., assignor.) 

American Saw & Knife Works, Inc. (See Blankinship. 
James E., sr., assignor.) 

American Saw and Manufacturing Company. (See Eric- 
son, Carl L., assignor.) 

American Schaeffer & Budenberg Corporation. (See He- 
man. Emil A., assignor.) 

American Schaeffer & Budenberg Corporation. (See 
Milker, Herbert, assignor.) 

American Scrubbing Equipment Company. (See Finnell, 
Walter S-, assignor.) 

American Seeding Machine Company, The. (See Braley, 
William L., assignor.) 

American Seeding Machine Company, The. (See Braley, 
W. L., and Faas, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See McAr- 
thur. A. R.. and Polk, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Porter, 
R., and Whetzel, assignors.) 

American Ship Building Company. (See Turner, Ernest 
G., assignor.) 

American Shoe Machinery Company. (See Martin, Giles 
W. O., assignor.) 

American Shoe Machinery Company. (See Wright, W. 
C, and Merrick, assignors.) 

American Shoe Machinery and Tool Company. (See 
Krag. Harry W., assignor.) 

American Silver Company, The. (See Large, Samuel J.. 
assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, Jesse O.. assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Poland, 
Frank F., assignor.) 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers. (See Bier- 
baum, Christopher H., assignor.) 

American Solvent Recovery Corporation. (See Barnebey, 
Oscar L., assignor.) 

American Squash Products Company. (See Bruna, 
Joseph, assignor.) 

American Stay Company. (See Merrick, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

American Steam Pump Company. (See Barton, Ben D., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baghurst, C, and Kinne, 
assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bender, Frederic H., 
assignor.^ 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cooper, E. S., and 
Baker, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Floyd, George G., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcock, William C., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kayler, Frank II., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kinne, Edmund 1'., as- 
signor.) 

.'.merican Steel Foundries. (See Lamont, John A., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Robertson, A., Resser, 
aijd Wheeler, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Whitney, Loren L., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Williams, William E. 
assignor.) 

American Steel Products Co. (See Landgraf, Jacob T., 
assignor.) 

American Steel Wheel Corporation. (See Jayne, Ames 
R., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Budlong. 
'!. W., and Hoeftmann, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See Farb, 
Carl A., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Lorenz, Fred W., assignor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Thomas, George H., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Moecker, H., jr., and 
Thompson, assignors.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



19 



American Stove Company. (See Moecker, H., Jr., Ham- 

mermeister, and Thompson, assignors.) 
American Stove Company. (See Possons. Minard A., 

assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Roy, Joseph, assignor.^ 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Arthur, 

assignor.) 
American Stove Company. (See Stockstrom, Louis, as- 
signor.) 
American Swiss Magneto Company. (See McCarthy, 

Charles S., assignor.) 
American Syrup & Preserving Company. (See Rich, 

Bernard, assignor.) 
American Tank Company. (See Walker, Jay P., assignor.) 
American Tap Brush Co. (See Rice, Frank E., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Affe), 

Herman A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Affel, H. A., and Ilgenfritz, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Alm- 

quist, Milton L., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bailey, Rand S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Barton, Henry A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bar- 
ton. H. A., and Nyquist, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Best, 

Fred H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. ( See 

Blackwell, Otto B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Blackwell, O. B., Martin, and Vernam, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Blauvelt, William G., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bonell, Ralph K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bown, Ralph, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Bown, R., and Nelson, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Carpe, Allen, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Clark, 

Alva B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Clark, 

A. B., and Crisson, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Clark, A. B., and Shanck. assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cory, 

Samuel I., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cris- 
son, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Cris- 
son, G., and Glezen, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Deardorff. Ralph W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Deniarest, Charles S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Demarest, C. S., and Bonell, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Dietze, Eginhard, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ed- 
wards, William H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ells- 
worth, James D., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See El- 

sasser, Henry W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Es- 

penschied. Lloyd, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Fay, Frank H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Fell, 

John M.. assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Fet- 
ter, Charles H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Fox, Francis H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Gannett, Danforth K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Gordon. Chester S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Gor- 
don. George B., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Green. Estill I., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Green, I. W., and Bisbee, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 

I. W., and Inglis, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Haislip, Richard A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hamilton. Harold S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Harden, W. H., and Graefenecker, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Herbert, Clifford M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Herman, Joseph, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hitchcock, Harry W., assignor.) 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Holden, William H. T., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hol- 
den, W. H. T., and Schramm, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Honaman, Richard K., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Hoyt, Ray S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Inglis, Alfred H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Jacobs, Oliver B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Jacobsen, Emil, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Land, Edmund, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Loynes, Owen H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Loynes, O. H., and Ohl, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mar- 
tin, De Loss K., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Martin, William H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Matte, Andrew L., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
McCurdy, Ralph G., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See More- 
house, Lyman F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Newby, Neal D., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, Harry, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ny- 
quist, H., and Etheridge, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Nyquist, H., Bouton, and Shoffstall, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ohl, 
Russell S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
O'Leary, Joseph T., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Os- 
borne, Harold S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Perry, Donald B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Peter- 
son, George H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pop- 
per, Julius S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Pot- 
ter, Ralph K., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Reynolds, Frederick W., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Rhodes, William A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See St. 
John, Everett, assignor. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Sat- 
telberg, Otto, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Schroter, Fritz, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Shackleton, Samuel P., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Shanck, Roy B., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Shoff- 
stall, Hugh F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Smith, Roy H., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Smith, T. C, Freeman, and Simonds, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Suavely, Paul M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Stone, John S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Strleby, Maurice E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Taplin, Carleton V., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Toomey, John F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Toomey, J. F., and Phelps, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Trueblood, Howard M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Vernam, Gilbert S.. assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ver- 
nam, G. S., and Perry, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Vernam, G. S., and Watson, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See von 
Nostitz, Erich, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Wal- 
ters, J. N., and Ewing, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Wat- 
son. Edward F., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Watson, E. F., and Hunt, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Wat- 
son, E. F., and Weaver, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Weaver, Allan, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Wis- 

mer, Einar, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, S. B., and Pfleger, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, S. B., and Schott, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Zinn, Manvel K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Zobel, Otto J., assignor.) 
American Thermometer Company. (See McFarland, 

George A., assigonr.) , 
American Thread Company, The. (See Clark, Robert K., 

assignor. ) 
American Thread Company, The. (See Curry, Malcolm, 

assignor. ) 
American Thread Company, The. (See Hardman, Peter, 

assignor.) 
American Thread Company, The. (See Marx, H. J„ 

and Harvey, assignors.) 
American Tobacco Company, The. (See Austin, J. H., 

and Ginn, assignors.) 
American Tobacco Company, The. (See Brashear, D. W., 

Andrews, and McChe&ney, assignors.) 
American Tobacco Company, The. (See Mower, Arthur 

C, assignor.) 
American Tobacco Company, The. (See Roberts, Charles 

L., assignor.) 
American Tool & Machine Company. (See Stewart, 

Robert T., assignor.) 
American Tool Works Company, The. (See Robinson, A. 

E., and Sosa, assignors.) 
American Transformer Company. (See Schermerhorn, 

J. L.. and Goertz. assignors.) 
American Trona Corporation. (See Mumford, Russell 

W., assignor.) 
American Tube and Stamping Company, The. (See Keat- 
ing, Daniel A., assignor.) 
American Tube and Stamping Company, The. (See 

Marchesseault, Joseph R., assignor.) 
American Tube & Stamping Company, The. (See Tatem, 

James B., assignor.) 
American Type Founders Company. (See Plum, S. H., 2d, 

and Ackley, assignors.) 
American Type Founders Company. (See Plum, S. H., 2d, 

and Griggs, assignors.) 
American Warehouse Corp. (See Benedict, George H., 

assignor.) 
American Warehouse Corp. (See Benedict, G. H., and 

Tucker, assignors.) 
American Welding and Manufacturing Company, The. 

(See Klaus, Fred R., assignor.) 
American Welding and Manufacturing Company, The. 

(See Theberatli, Joseph C, assignor.) 
American Wire Cord Tire Company. (See Weigel, 

Daniel M., assignor.) 
American Wiremoid Company, The. (See Frederickson, 

Otto A., assignor.) 
American Wood Turning Co. (See Di Silvestro, Joseph, 

assignor.) 
American Woodlite Corporation. (See Caughlan, Martha 

W., assignor. ) 
American Woodlite Corporation. (See Wood, William G., 

assignor, i 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Wem- 

ple, Leland E., assignor.) 
Ames, Adelbert, jr., Hanover, N. H. Camera. 1,593,052 ; 

July 20. 
Adh's, Adelbert, jr., Hanover, N. H. Apparatus for pho- 
tography of composite images. 1,593,053 ; July 20. 
Ames, Adelbert, jr., Tewksbury, Mass. Photograph and 

making the same. 1,595,984 : Aug. 17. 
Ames, B. C, Co. (See Ames, Warren, assignor.) 
Ames, Bradford L., Boston, Mass. Soot remover for 

water-tube boilers. 1,581,504 ; Apr. 20. 
Ames, Bradford L., Boston, Mass. Soft-blower-tube 

mounting. 1,589,970; June 22. 
Ames, Butler. (See Brewer, Robert E., assignor.) 
Ames. Butler, Lowell, Mass. Signaling apparatus. 

1.593.282 ; July 20. 
Ames, Butler, and P. J. Gilinson, assignors to Heinze 

Electric Company, Lowell, Mass. Electric horn. 

1,597,501; Aug. 24. 
Ames, Earl R. (See Boekenoogen, I. E., and Ames.) 
Ames, Elmer U., and E. H. Newell, assignors to H. Brin- 

ton Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Tucking attachment 

for knitting machines. 1,595,812 ; Aug. 10. 
Ames, Joseph. (See Keller, J. M., and Ames.) 
Ames, Joseph H., assignor to American Car and Foundry 

Company, New York, N. Y. Erection truck. 1,579,202 ; 

Apr. 6. 
Ames, Malcolm H. (See Harten, J. J., and Ames.) 
Anres. Ralph L., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle signal. 

1.575.404 : Mar. 2. 
Ames, Warren, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., Waltham, 

Mass. Cylinder gauge. 1,591,258 ; July 6. 
Ames, Wairen, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., Waltham, 

Mass. Setting tool for gauges. 1,591,259; July 6. 
Ames, Warren, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., Waltham, 

Mass. Caliper gauge. 1,591,260; July 6. 



Ames, Warren, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Caliper gauge. 1,591,261 ; July 6. 

Amick, Samuel S., and H. L. Murphy, Esparto, Calif. 
Demountable rim. 1,607,181 ; Nov. 16. 

Amid Duron Companv. (See Spiess, Paul M., assignor.) 

Amidon, Edwin L., Norwood, Ohio. Headlight. 1,604,839 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Amies, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa. Paving composition. 
1,570,028 ; Jan. 19. 

Amies, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa. Composition for 
highway-surfacing and the like. 1,575,957 ; Mar. 9. 

Amies, Joseph H., Philadelphia, Pa. Paving composi- 
tion. 1,585,635; May 25. 

Amiesite Asphalt Company of America. (See Hepburn, 
Donald M., assignor.) 

Amiss, James T., Baton Rouge, La. Automobile jack. 
1,591,731 ; July 6. 

Amity Leather Products Co. (See Rolfs, Robert H. and 
H. J., assignors.) 

Ammon, Fred, Waukegen, 111. Seat adjuster. 1,599,941 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Ammons, Ralph W., Los Angeles, Calif. Leaf-spring lu- 
bricator. 1,578,699 ; Mar. 30. 

Amneus, Nils, Point Loma, Calif., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Belt guard. 
1,600,208; Sept. 21. 

Amos, Clyde B., Farmington, W. Va. Cover for ice- 
cream cones. 1,599,267 ; Sept. 7. 

Amos, Hermann, Doltzschen, near Dresden, Germany. 
Artificial-stone abrasive wheel. 1,570,664 ; Jan. 26. 

Ampyr Manufacturing Company. (See Wilbur, Peter L., 
assignor.) 

Amrein, August, Amsterdam, N. Y. Porch shade. 
1,583,910; May 11. 

Ams, Max, Chemical Engineering Corporation. (See 
Brenzinger, Julius, assignor.) 

Ams, Max, Machine Company, The. (See Brenzinger, 
Julius, assignor.) 

Amsco Products Inc. (See Hardy, Charles, assignor.) 

Amsden, Eugene C, Allston, Boston, assignor to The 
Stafford Company, Boston, Mass. Dobby for looms. 
1,568,943 ; Jan. 5. 

Amsden, Eugene C, Boston, assignor to C. C. Kenney, 
Weston, Mass. Pedestal. 1,611,708; Dec. 21. 

Amsden, Frederick H., et al. (See lies, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Amsel, Henry, and B. M. Warren, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for scrubbing, mopping, and polishing 
floors. 1,581,824; Apr. 20. 

Amsler, Alfred. Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Testing ma- 
chine. 1,575,519 ; Mar. 2. 

Amsler, Alfred, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Testing ma- 
chine. 1,604,141 ; Oct. 26. 

Amsler-Morton Company, The. (See Morton, William A., 
assignor.) 

Amsler, Walter O., Toledo, Ohio. Process and apparatus 
for refining glass. 1,577,602 ; Mar. 23. 

Amsler, Walter O., Toledo, Ohio. Leer for glassware and 
other articles. 1,578,792 ; Mar. 30. 

Amsterdam, Samuel B. (See Christoph, Hans W., as- 
signor.) 

Amstutz, Amos A., Silverton, Oreg. Friction gear. 
1,585.957 ; May 25. 

Amundson, Lottie. (See Nagler, G. C, and Amundson.) 

Anrundson, Tonnes, Hillsboro, N. Dak. Drawbar for trac- 
tors. 1,603,931 ; Oct. 19. 

Amussen, Joseph S., Santa Monica, Calif. Massaging 
implement. 1,612,343; Dec. 28. 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Frick, Fred- 
erick F., assignor.) 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Frick, F. F., 
and Carstens, assignors.) 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Lalst, F., and 
Frick, assignors.) 

Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Larison, Eldon 
L., assignor.) 

Anaconda Sales Company. (See Gillis, Julius H., as- 
signor.) 

Anaconda Sales Company. (See Robinson, Thomas, as- 
signor.) 

Anakin, Arthur E., Long Beach, Calif. Sash balance. 
1,569,347; Jan. 12. 

Anakin, Arthur E., Long Beach, Calif. Spring-operated 
tumbler lock. 1,594,033 ; July 27. 

Anakin, Arthur E., Long Beach, Calif. Key for pin 
locks. 1,593,683; July 27. 

Anakin, Arthur E., Long Beach, Calif. Bolt and lock. 
1,593,684 ; July 2J. 

Anakin Lock & Alarm Co. (See KInnear, Eugene C, as- 
signor.) 

Anania, Joseph. (See Colombi, U. P., and Anania.) 

Anania, Joseph, McKeesport, Pa. Combined mail box and 
milk-bottle holder. 1,602,633 ; Oct. 12. 

Anastas, George, Pocatello, Idaho. Window screen. 
1,568,494; Jan. 5. 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Jaeger, Max, 
assignor.) 

Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See Podel, 
Abraham, assignor.) 

Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See Ramsey, 
George, assignor.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. (See Scofield, 
Edgar, assignor.) 

Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See White, William 
P., assignor.) 

Anchor Company. (See Metcalf, Orlando, assignor.) 

Anchor Post Iron Works. (See Blaeser, Alfred, assignor.) 

Anchor Stove & Range Co. (See Hetherington, Sidney 
W., assignor.) 

Anchors, Ralph B., Washington, Pa. Coin wrapper. 
1,589,345 ; June 22. 

Andel, Prank J., Cleveland, Ohio. Brake-equalizing at- 
tachment for automobiles. 1,570,221 ; Jan. 19. 

Andel, Frank J., Cleveland, Ohio. Brake-equalizing at- 
tachment for automobiles. 1,587,999 ; June 8. 

Anderberg, Anders, Malmo, Sweden. Apparatus for dry- 
ing and superheating of steam in locomotive boilers. 
1,596,072 ; Aug. 17. 

Anderberg, William A. (See Ljungberg, L. R., and Ander- 
berg.) 

Anderegg. Joseph C, Algoma, Wis. Spring cover. 
1,579,053 : Mar. 30. 

Anderegg, William E., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Fish-shipping 
box. 1,582,655 ; Apr. 27. 

Andersen, Anders H., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Class ring. 
Des. 69,930 ; Apr. 20. 

Andersen, Anders H., Poughkeepsie, N. T. Class ring. 
Des. 70,047 ; May 4. 

Andersen, Anders P., and A. L. Tyrrell, Detroit, Mich. 
Radiator indicator. 1,581,480 : Apr. 20. 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufac- 
turing Company, Detroit, Mich. Window regulator. 
1,604,953; Nov. 2. 

Andersen, Andrew C, assignor to Ternstedt Manufactur- 
ing Company, Detroit, Mich. Clutch. 1,609,281 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Andersen, Christian M., Wheeler Ridge, Calif. Nut lock. 
1,611,628: Dec. 21. 

Andersen, Christopher C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Self- 
cleaning valve stem. 1,577,242 ; Mar. 16. 

Andersen, Fred C, Bayport, Minn. Window frame. 
1,595,958 ; Aug. 10. 

Andersen, Fridtjof, Trollhattan, assignor to Trollhattans 
Elektrothermiska Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Electric rotating resistance furnace. 1,576,621 : Mar. 
16. 

Andersen, Hans P. (See Pedersen, F. B., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Hugo C. and O. W., Oakland, Calif.: said 
O. W. Andersen assignor to said H. C. Andersen. 
Paper-hanger's tool. 1,591,951 ; July 13.' 

Andersen, John C. (See Edmunds, L. L., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Niels K., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Thermal 
relay. 1,595,749 ; Aug. 10. 

Andersen, Otto W. (See Andersen, Hugo C. and O. W.) 

Andersen, Peter J., Spokane, Wash. Glare screen. 
1,574,227; Feb. 23. 

Andersen. Simoni, Deaver, Wyo. Headlight construction. 
1,574,543 ; Feb. 23. 

Anderson, Adolph I., Zumbrota, Minn. Silo construction. 
1,572,589 ; Feb. 9. 

Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company. (See 
Anderson, Alf E., assignor.) 

Anderson, Albert H., Woodsfield, Ohio. Coupler. 
1,577,512; Mar. 23. 

Anderson, Alexander. (See Dostal, J. L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Alexander, assignor to E. Holley, Detroit, 
Mich. Making cores. 1,573,436 ; Feb. 16. 

Anderson, Alexander, Irvington, N. J., assignor to Con- 
tinental Optical Corporation, New York, N. T. Oph- 
thalmic mounting. 1,580,632 ; Apr. 13. 

Anderson. Alexander, assignor to Earl Holley, Detroit, 
Mich. Knock-out for molds. 1,611,869 ; Dec. 28. 

Anderson, Alf E., Milton, assignor to Albert & J. M. 
Anderson Manufacturing Company, Boston, Mass. 
Control mechanism for electric switches. 1,579,745 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Anderson, Alfred, Rockford, 111. Signal for vehicles. 
1,591,502 : July 6. 

Anderson, Alfred F. R., New York, N. Y. Belt tensioning 
and adjusting apparatus. 1,578,700 ; Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Alfred L., Seattle, Wash. Cooker for food 
in containers. 1,569,601 ; Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Alvin L., et al. (See Moore, Sam, assignor.) 

Anderson, Amelia E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Window. 
1,569,602 ; Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Amelia E., Columbus, Ohio. Window construc- 
tion. 1,612,249 ; Dec. 28. 

Anderson, Andrew, Rockford, 111. Animal oiler. 
1,597,663; Aug. 31. 

Anderson, Andrew, assignor to J. S. Lundholm and E. 
Peterson, Rockford, 111. Screen for automobiles. 
1.593,324 ; July 20. 

Anderson, Andrew G., Quincy, assignor to Carr Fastener 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. 1,607,144 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Anderson, Andrew G., Quincy, assignor to Carr Fastener 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. 1,607,145 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Anderson, Andrew W.. Aurora, 111., and J. R. Hickox, 
Lincoln, Nebr. Water-treating system. 1,571,225 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Andy H., Los Angeles, Calif. Spring-cushion 
top for wardrobe trunks. 1,594,652 ; Aug. 3. 



Anderson, Arthur G., Osage, Minn. Air-pressure-gauge 
attachment for inflating hose. 1,573,793; Feb. 23. 

Anderson, Arthur N. (See Saklatwalla, B. D., and An- 
derson.) 

Anderson, Arvid M., assignor to Tinsel Corporation of 
America, Brooklyn, N. Y. Chenille-making machine. 
1,585,357 ; May 18. 

Anderson, August P., Toledo, Ohio. Reducing valve. 
1,585,885 ; May 25. 

Anderson, August W. T. • (See Melin, Otto and C. M., 
assignors.) 

Anderson, Austin E. (See Carmack, Arthur B., assignor.) 

Anderson, Averil P., Bellevue, Pa. Lubricating system. 
Rel6,306 ; Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Axel, Lund, Sweden. Bottle-washing machine. 
1,581,528 ; Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Axel, Clifton, N. J. Wrench. 1,586,513 ; 
June 1. 

Anderson, Axel G., Minneapolis, Minn. Combination tool. 
1,579,498; Apr. 6. 

Anderson, Axel H., assignor to Baker-Vawter Company, 
Benton Harbor, Mich. Interlocking mechanism for 
filing cases and the like. 1,602,383; Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Axel L., Rockford, assignor to Peerless Pneu- 
matic Systems, Inc., Chicago, 111. Spray gun. 
1,610,190 ; Dec. 7. 

Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co. (See Thompson, Albert 
R., assignor.) 

Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co. (See Wellman, Harvey 
P., assignor.) 

Anderson, Bert, Houston, Tex. Bale tie. 1,606,331 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Anderson Body Company, The. (See Strohl, Harry B., 
assignor.) 

Anderson Box Company. (See Cleveland, Minot, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson Bros. Mfg. Co. (See Anderson, Swan F., 
assignor.) 

Anderson, Carl, assignor of one-half to T. C. Doolittle, 
Roza, Wash. Brake band. 1,568,043 ; Jan. 5. 

Anderson, Carl, assignor of one-half to T. C. Doolittle, 
Roza, Wash. Brake lining. 1,571,443 ; Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Carl E., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant 
Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
1,589,922; June 22. 

Anderson, Carl E., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant 
Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Electric switch. 
1,602,318 ; Oct. 5. 

Anderson, Carl E., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine and Foundry Company. Straining primer for 
pumps. 1,590,178 ; June 29. 

Anderson, Carl E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Power atomizer- 
1,611,846 ; Dec. 21. 

Anderson, Carl E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Speed-controlled auto- 
matic clutch. 1.611,847 ; Dec. 21. 

Anderson, Carl E., Brockton, Mass. Gas-generating 
burner. 1,606,137; Nov. 9. 

Anderson, Carl E., and G. A. Freevol, Chicago, 111. 
Wire-winding machine. 1,592,592 ; July 13. 

Anderson, Carl G. H., St. Louis, Mo. Electrical regu- 
lator. 1.588,155 ; June 8. 

Anderson, Carl J., assignor of one-third to R. Holm and 
one-third to E. Borg, Chicago, 111. Manually-guided 
motor-driven abrading machine. 1,608,920 ; Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Carl L., et al. (See Swenson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Charles A., Canton, Ohio. Metal partition wall 
construction. 1,580,107 ; Apr. 13. 

Anderson. Charles A., and B. E. Beers, Seattle, Wash. 
Child's vehicle. 1,606.332 ; Nov. 9. 

Anderson, Charles D., Harrisburg, Pa. Insole and arch 
supporter. 1,594,034 ; July 27. 

Anderson, Charles H., assignor to Grand Rapids Show 
Case Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Shelving. 
1,608,153; Nov. 23. 

Anderson, Charles M., Los Angeles, Calif. Valve for 
vacuum lines. 1.590,794 ; June 29. 

Anderson, Charles R., Dallas, Tex. Automatic electric 
controlling device. 1,587,061 ; June 1. 

Anderson, Charles S., Minneapolis, assignor of one-third 
to D. E. Anderson. St. Paul, Minn. Locomotive piston. 
1,582,114 ; Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Charles T. (See Jammer, J. S., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Christian, Minneapolis, Minn. Bottle. Des. 
70,591 ; July 20. 

Anderson, Clarence, Bagley, Minn. Draft equalizer. 
1,607,938; Nov. 23. 

Anderson, Clarence V. (See Lynch, Everett E., assignor.) 

Anderson, Clifton R. (See Farris, Grover C, assignor.) 

Anderson, Conrad, Muskegon, Mich. Combination holder. 
1,607,501; Nov. 16. 

Anderson, Daniel, Rockford, 111. Micrometer height 
gauge. 1,575,246 ; Mar. 2. 

Anderson, David A., Faribault, Minn. Tester for con- 
necting-rod assemblies. 1,568,583 ; Jan. 5. 

Anderson, David A., Faribault, Minn. Welding table. 
1,603,307 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, David A. and G. L., Faribault, Minn. Piston 
vise. 1,589,085 ; June 15. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Anderson, David B. (See Anderson, Charles S., assignor.) 
Anderson, David E., St. Paul, Minn. Kail cutter. 

1.571.5G9 ; Feb. 2. 
Anderson, David E., St. Paul, Minn. Rail frog. 

1,580,108; Apr. 13. 
Anderson, David E., St. Paul, Minn. Cutting bolt holes. 

1,605,493 ; Nov. 2. 
Anderson, Edgar C. (See Johnson, N. O., and Anderson.) 
Anderson, Edmund A. (See Peirce, W. M., and An- 
derson.) 
Anderson, Edward and J., Florence, Wis. Traction de- 
vice tor vehicle wheels. 1,599,001 ; Sept. 7. 
Anderson, Edward L., assignor of one-fourth to E. F. 

Therieau, Long Beach, Calif. Apparatus for hydro- 

genating dils. 1,599,629 ; Sept. 14. 
Anderson. Edward S., Mabel, Minn. Rake. 1,585,958 ; 

May 25. 
Anderson, Edwin, assignor to Star Can Opener Company, 

San Francisco, Calif. Portable can opener. 1,598,841 ; 

Sept. 7. 
Anderson, Edwin B., Taunton, Minn. Vehicle coupler. 

1,570,803 ; Mar. 16. 
Anderson, Elmer E., La Grande, Oreg. Drier. 1,568,436 ; 

Jan. 5. 
Anderson, Emil, St. Paul, Minn. Child's crib. 1,609,451 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Anderson, Emil, New York, N. Y., assignor to Universal 

Turbine Company, Newark, N. J. Rotary engine. 

1,612,559 ; .Dec. 28. 
Anderson, Emil F., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 

Harvester Company. Tractor hitch for headers. 

1,568,124 ; Jan. 5. 
Anderson, Emil I., New York, and N. E. Anderson, 

Bronx. N. Y. Flexible bracelet or the like. 1,570,932 ; 

Jan. 26. 
Anderson, Emil W. and G., Seattle, Wash. Separator 

screen. 1,610,350 ; Dec. 14. 
Anderson, Eric C, Glen Flora, Wis. Animal trap. 

1,601,424 ; Sept. 28. 
Anderson, Ernest D., New York, N. Y. Packing ma- 
chine. 1,588.156 ; June 8. 
Anderson, Ernst G. K., Evanston, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. 

Lens mounting for lamp cases. 1,588,436 ; June 15. 
Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, 

to Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Adjustable 

spotlamp. 1,575,890 ; Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Ernst G. K., Evanston. 111. Automatic floor- 
selecting means for elevators. 1,604,214 ; Oct. 26. 
Anderson, Ernst G. K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Appleton Electric Co., Chicago, 111. Switch control for 

spotlamps. 1,594,142 ; July 27. 
Anderson, Ernst G. K., Evanston, and H. S. Sandberg, 

Chicago, 111. Temperature indicator as applied to 

automobile engines. 1,610,646 ; Dec. 14. 
Anderson, Eugene E., Kansas City, Mo. Griddle. Des. 

71,317; Oct. 26. 
Anderson, Evald, Alhambra, assignor to International 

Precipitation Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus 

for electrical separation of suspended material from 

gases. 1,569.529 ; Jan. 12. 
Anderson, Evald, Alhambra, assignor to International 

Precipitation Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Electrical 

treatment of liquids. 1,578.624 ; Mar. 30. 
Anderson, Ferd P., assignor of one-sixth to W. Warbers 

and one-sixth to C. U. Benson, Twin Falls, Idaho. FolcT- 

ing bed. 1,602,996 ; Oct. 12. 
Anderson, Francis, Portadown, Ireland. Textile fabric. 

Des. 69,981 ; Apr. 2~. 
Anderson, Frank C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Water column. 

1,5S9,342 ; June 22. 
Anderson, Frank H., Des Moines, Iowa. Oil-burning fur- 
nace. 1,G03,S24 ; Oct. 19. ' 
Anderson, Fred, Vallejo. Calif., assignor to F. H. Goulette, 

Manila, P. I. Germicidal composition. 1,581,825 : 

Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Fred O., Minneapolis, Minn. Fountain brush. 
1.570,809; Mar. 9. 

Anderson, Frederick G., Penticton, British Columbia, 
Canada. Combination cigarette case, match box, and 
b tray. 1,610,047 ; Dec. 14. 

Anderson, Frederick R., assignor to National Novelty 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Coin-controlled weigh- 
ing machine or scale. 1,577,673; Mar. 23. 

Anderson. Frederick K., assignor to National Novelty 
1 orapany, Minneapolis, Minn. Coin-controlled weighing 
lianl m. L. 602,608 : Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Krldtbjof W., Eau Claire, Wis., and C. H. 
Ordas. Chicago, 111. Cooling device for Internal-combus- 
tion engines. 1.607,422; Nov. 16. 

Anderson, Fritz A., assignor to Burdlck Cabinet Com- 
pany, Milton, Wis. Therapeutic lamp. 1,605,421; 
Nov. 2. 

Anderson, George <'-, Springfield, 111. Came apparatus 
and appurteni s. L, 597, 419 ; Aug. 24. 

Anderson, George L. (See Anderson, David A. and G. L.) 

Anderson, Qeorge M.. Washington, D. C. assignor to The 
Shredded Wheal Company, Niagara Kalis. N. Y. Ma- 
chine for packing biscuits. 1,591,949; July 13. 

Anderson. George M.. Washington, I). C, and S. Milder, 

Glencarlyn, Va., assignors to The Shredded Wheat Com- 
pany, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Periodically depositing 
Biscuit upon a moving conveyer. 1.592,411 ; July 13. 



Anderson, George M., Washington, D. C, and S. Hilder, 

Glencarlyn, Va., assignors to The Shredded Wheat Com- 
pany, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Biscuit-removal means. 

1,592,412 • July 13. 
Anderson, George R., Santa Rosa, Calif. Fruit drier. 

1,580,274; Apr. 13. 
Anderson, George R., Santa Rosa, Calif. Drier. 1,603,103 ; 

Oct. 12. 
Anderson, Gideon, New York, N. Y. Vent valve. 

1,575,247; Mar. 2. 
Anderson, Guss. (See Anderson, Emil W. and G.) 
Anderson, Gust, Rockford, 111. Hall clock. Des. 69,553 ; 

Mar. 2. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Company. Truck side 

frame. Rel6,458 ; Nov. 9. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Company. Truck side 

frame. 1,597,946 ; Aug. 31. 
Anderson, Gustaf A.. Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Company. Truck side 

frame. 1,597,947 ; Aug. 31. 
Anderson, Gustaf A., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Companv. Truck side 

frame. 1,597,948 ; Aug. 31. 
Anderson, Gustave, and O. N. Johnson, Berlin ; said 

Johnson assignor to I. W. Fogg, Cascade, N. H. Brush 

retainer. 1,605,155 ; Nov. 2. 
Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111. Demountable-rim 

mechanism. 1,59S,596 ; Sept. 7. 
Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Railway draft rigging. 

1,571,694; Feb. 2. 
Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Hand brake. 

1.597,502; Aug. 24. 
Anderson, Harley E., Chicago, assignor of one-half to 

W. L. Kellogg, Glen Ellyn, 111. Brake mechanism. 

1,600,786 ; Sept. 21. 
Anderson, Harry, and G. W. V. Hackett, Los Angeles, 
' Calif. Registration-card holder. 1.576,703 ; Mar. 16. 
Anderson, Harry F. (See Guyer, Joseph A., assignor.) 
Anderson, Harry F., et al. (See Hancock, Raymond F., 

assignor.) 
Anderson, Harry G., Chicago, 111. Automatic control for 

toilets. 1,588,644 ; June 15. 
Anderson, Harry S., New York. N. Y. Powder box or 

similar article. Des. 69,025 ; Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Harry T., Butler, assignor to Standard Steel 

Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. End construction for 

railway cars. 1,575,731 ; Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Harry T., assignor of one-half to S. Hanssou, 

Butler, Pa. Connecting bar and making the same. 

1,595,333; Aug. 10. 
Anderson, Harry T., and S. Hansson. Butler, Pa., assignors 

of one-third to C. M. Hannaford, Richmond, Va. Com- 
bined draft-gear carrier and center-sill tie. 1,607,228 ; 

Nov. 16. 
Anderson, Harvey A.. East Orange, N. J., assignor to 

Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 

N. Y. Acoustic apparatus. 1,611,870 ; Dec. 28. 
Anderson, Harvey S., Waterville, Ohio. Gyratory crusher. 

1,609,594; Dec. 7. 
Anderson, Helmer, Minneapolis. Minn. Mixing machine. 

1,608,712 ; Nov. 30. 
Anderson, Henry J., Fox Park, Wyo. Mousetrap. 

1,589,0S6 ; June 15. 
Anderson, Horace C, Amarillo, Tex. Hand stamp. 

1.604.840 ; Oct. 26. 
Anderson, Ivan, Sacramento, Calif. Music stand. 

1,587,741 ; June 8. 
Anderson, Jacob B., Merrill, Iowa. Expansion burnishing 

tool. 1,608,154; Nov. 23. 
Anderson, James A., Grand Rapids, Mich. Combined 

china closet, buffet, and extension table. 1,571,890 ; 

Feb. 2. 
Anderson, James S. (See Karplnsky, S., and Anderson.) 
Anderson. James T., Lawrence. Mass. Inner tube. 

1,606,682 ; Nov. 9. 
Anderson, James W., and W. J. Hemphill, Ottawa. On- 
tario, and R. Richardson, South March, Ontario, Can 

ada. Oil burner. 1,577,093 ; Mar. 16. 
Anderson, Jerry, assignor to Quality Hardware and Ma- 
chine Co., Chicago, 111. Door lock. 1,605,909 ; Nov. 9. 
Anderson, John. (See Anderson, Edward and J.) 
Anderson, John. (See Kreisinger, II., Anderson, and 

Bell.) 
Anderson, John. (See Kreisinger, H., Bell, and An- 
derson.) 
Anderson, John, Lincoln, Kaus. Wrench. 1,577,155 ; 

Mar. 16. 
Anderson, John, Garden City, N. Y. Lace material. 

1,611,899 : Dec. 21. 
Anderson, John A. (See Hobbs. W. F., and Anderson.) 
Anderson, John A., Geneseo, 111. Attachment for bearings. 

1,611,982; Dec. 28. 
Anderson, John N., Methuen, Mass. Bobbin. 1,585,637 ; 

May 25. 
Anderson, John P., Beaver Falls, assignor to Pressed 

Steel Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Car construction 

1,605,635; Nov. 2. 
Anderson, John It., Moline, 111. Wrist exerciser. 

1,004,333; Oct. 26. 



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23 



Anderson, John W., assignor of one-half to C. I'offen- 
berger, Chicago, and one-half to Corber Company, 
Aurora, 111. Concealed door hinge. 1,578.570 ; Mar. 30. 

Anderson, John W., Chicago, assignor to Corber Company, 
Aurora, 111. Concealed hinge. 1,604,950 ; Nov. 2. 

Anderson, Joseph M., Fellows, Calif. Rotary tool joint. 
1.589,781 ; June 22. 

Anderson, Jubal J., assignor of one-half to B. E. Crooks, 
Hominy, Okla. Engine tester. 1,594,808 ; Aug. 3. 

Anderson, Julian, and E. A. Nelson, Helena, Mont. Iron 
stand. 1,609,098 ; Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Karl. (See Bergling, S., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Knute G., assignor to J. L. Clark Manufactur- 
ing Co., Rockford, 111. Metallic spool and making 
the same. 1,586,640 ; June 1. 

Anderson, Knute H., Chicago, 111. Removable heel. 
1.585.638 : Mar 25. 

Anderson, Knute H., Chicago, 111. Shoe heel. 1,609,681 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Kosciusko M., Lometa, Tex. Gathering ma- 
chine. 1.605,318 : Nov. 2. 

Anderson, Lars. Chicago, 111. Rotary pump. 1,575,405; 
Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Lawrence W., Huntington, Utah. Sharpening 
device. 1,600,613 ; Sept. 21. 

Anderson, Leonard, assignor to Boots Pure Drug Com- 
pany Limited, Nottingham, England. Manufacture of 
sugar derivatives of 3.3'-diarnino-4.4'-dihydroxyarseno- 
benzene. 1,612,598 ; Dec. 28. 

Anderson, Lester C, Bittern Lake, Alberta, Canada. 
Combined wood sawing and splitting machine. 
1.598,695; Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Linus G., Sioux City. Iowa. Hair-tonic ap- 
plicator. 1,595,281 • Aug. 10. 

Anderson, Lossie E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Whiting, Ind., and Chicago, 111. Com- 
bined shipping crate and tilting can support. 1,589,038 ; 
June 15. 

Anderson, Louis H., assignor of one-half to H. Leetseh, 
Springdale, Wash. Gate. 1,601,962; Oct. 5. 

Anderson, Maurice, Edgewood, assignor to V. E. Black 
Co., Providence, R. I. Vanity case. 1,612,409 ; 

. Dec. 28. 

Anderson, Nels G., Napa Junction, Calif. Tie plate. 
1,587,062; June 1. 

Anderson, Nelson F., Los Angeles, Calif. Butt-mortise 
gauge. 1,607,597; Nov. 23. 

Anderson, Newton M., assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-half to O. Bowers, Bedford, Ind., and one-half to 
L. J. Underwood. Tractor. 1,594,484 ; Aug. 3. 

Anderson, Nils A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tool for grinding 
contact points. 1,594,870 ; Aug. 3. 

Anderson, Nils E. (See Anderson, Emil I. and N. E.) 

Anderson, Olaf A., Hamilton, Ohio. Motor-vehicle lock. 
1.582,236 ; Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Olaf A., Hamilton, Ohio. Tire lock. 1,594,586; 
Aug. 3. 

Anderson, Oliver H. (See Morris, Ephraim W., assignor.) 

Anderson. Olof, Louisville, Ky. Joint clamp. 1,584.069 ; 
May 11. 

Anderson, Ora B., Deadwood, S. Dak. Laundry device. 
1,571,312; Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Oscar. Jersey City, N. J. Rope clamp. 
1,604,109; Oct. 26. 

Anderson, Oscar, jr., and T. McCarthy, Fall River, Mass. 
Bottle washer. 1,583,219; May 4. 

Anderson, Oscar A., Cambridge, Mass. Loom. 1,584,829 : 
May 18. 

Anderson. Oscar W., Iron Mountain, Mich. Hot-air fur- 
nace. 1,609,788; Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Paul. (See Godwin, A. L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Peter N. (See Davis, Daniel H., assignor.) 

Anderson, Ralph D. (See Phillips, C. E., Hodges, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Ralph M., Los Angeles, Calif. Ruler. 1,608,713 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Randolph sr., St. Louis, Mo. Shoe-shining 
machine. 1,569,167 ; Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Raymond, Cleveland, Ohio. Motor-operated 
windshield cleaner. 1,588,399 ; June 15. 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to G. M. Holley, 
Detroit, Mich. Vaporizer for internal-combustion en- 
gines. 1.582,654 ; Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Raymond M., assignor to G. M. Holley, Detroit, 
Mich. Carburetor. 1,597,039 ; Aug. 24. 

Anderson, Robert A., assignor to Gamon Meter Company, 
Newark, N. J. Water meter. 1,595,063 ; Aug. 10. 

Anderson, Robert D. H., New York, N. Y. Electrical fix- 
ture. 1,607.807; Nov. 23. 

Anderson. Robert J., Sidney, Ohio. Clothes wringer. 

1.572.758 ; Feb. 9. 

Anderson, Robert J., Sidney, Ohio. Clothes wringer. 

1.572.759 ; Feb. 9. 

Anderson, Robert L. (See Shearon. Charles E., assignor.) 
Anderson. Roy. Atlanta, Ga. Rotary scrubbing brush. 

1,606,821 ; Nov. 16. 
Anderson, Roy F., assignor to The Hayes-Ionia Company, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. Folding automobile seat. 

1.592.593 ; July 13. 
Anderson. Roy H., assignor of one-half to H. G. Hastings, 

Allentown, and A. H. Elliott, Philadelphia, Pa. Toe 

protector. 1,568,706 ; Jan. 5. 



Anderson, S. F., Rockford, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Peerless Pneumatic Systems, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Spray gun. 1,583,220 ; May 4. 

Anderson Steam Vulcanizer Company. (See Bemis, 
Thomas, sr., assignor. 

Anderson, Swan F., assignor to Anderson Bros. Mfg. Co., 
Rockford, 111. Method of and apparatus for cutting 
and wrapping plastic material. 1,596,514; Aug. 17. 

Anderson, Thomas B., Coshocton, Ohio. CaBserole. Des. 
69,931 : Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Thomas F. (See Carpenter, R. F., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Thomas W., Little Rock, Ark. Finishing wood. 
1,582,887 ; May 4. 

Anderson, Thomas W., Little Rock, Ark. Wood-finishing 
material. 1,582,888 ; May 4. 

Anderson, Troy C, Fort Worth, Tex. Fire escape. 
1.599,391 ; Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Waldemar E., Great Notch, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Lamp Company. Manufacture of evacu- 
ated vessels. 1,602,634; Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Walker G., assignor of one-half to C. D. C. 
Huestis, Seattle, Wash. Smoker's stand. 1,569,603 r 
Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Walter C, assignor to The Continental Fibr- 
Company, Newark, Del. Making articles of materials 
which solidify under pressure and heat. 1,595.811 : 
Aug. 10. 

Anderson, Walter E., Los Angeles, Calif. Spring hanger. 
1,609,595; Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Walter H., San Rafael, Calif. Kitchen ven- 
tilator. 1,577,674; Mar. 23. 

Anderson, Walter S. (See Dostal. J. L., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, William. (See McLoughlin, P. T., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, William A., Los Angeles, Calif. Solar heating 
element. 1,575,309 ; Mar. 2. 

Anderson, William D. (See Smith, F. R., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, William 1 J., Duluth, Minn. Meat chopper. 
1,575,406; Mar. 2. 

Anderson, William J., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Rock- 
ing horse. 1,607,423 ; Nov. 16. 

Anderson, William M., Minneapolis, Minn. Valve-actuat 1 
ing rod for internal-combustion engines. 1,605.494 : 
Nov. 2. 

Anderson, William T., jr. (See Knapp, K. V., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Windom E., Buffalo, N. Y. Retainable needic- 
construction for syringes. 1,601,709 ; Oct. 5. 

Andersson, Alex H., assignor to Baker- Vawter Company, 
Benton Harbor, Mich. Indicating device for filing 
drawers. 1,596,220 ; Aug. 17. 

Andersson, Axel, Lund, Sweden. Bottle holder for bottle- 
washing machines. 1,577,092 ; Mar. 16. 

Andersson, Axel, Lund. Sweden. Driving mechanism for 
bottle-washing machines. 1,601,710 ; Oct. 5. 

Andes Range and Furnace Corporation. (See Frautz, 
Charles C, assignor.) 

Andler, William, Chicago, 111. . Door construction. 
1,585,886 : May 25. 

Ando, Joseph, Shelton, Conn. Window lock. 1,587.497 ; 
June 8. 

Andrashak, Michael. (See McFreely, M. U., and Andra- 
shak.) 

Andrassy, Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic brake for 
phonographs. 1,589,343 ; June 22. 

Andre, Franz, Offenbach-on-the-Main, Germany, assignor 
to Grasselli Dyestuffs Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Making 2 - hydroxy - naphthalene - 6 - carboxylie acid. 
1,593,816; July 27. 

Andr6, Paul F. A. C, Quaregnon, assignor to Socifite' 
Anonyme des Produits a Flenu, Flenu, near Mons. 
Belgium. Apparatus fer sorting granular materials 
of different specific gravities. 1,579,993 ; Apr. 6. 

Andreas, Arno, Munster, Germany. Compound drum mill. 
1,604,673 ; Oct. 26. 

Andreas, John J., Algonac, Mich. Planer attachment. 
1.604.142 ; Oct. 26. 

Andreassen, Lars, Providence, R. I. Packing for universal 
joints. 1.589,829 ; June 22. 

Andree, William E., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Metropolitan Trust Company, trustee. 
New York, N. Y. Garment press. 1,597,707 ; Aug. 31. 

Andrge, William E., Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to 
The American Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood. 
Ohio, and one-half to Metropolitan Trust Company, 
trustee, New York, N. Y. Garment press. 1,597.708 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Andreotti, Adam, San Francisco, Calif. Hinge. 
1,590,177; June 29. 

Andres, Paul G., River Forest, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Tele- 
phone receiver. 1,577,603 ; Mar. 23. 

Andres, Paul G., River Forest, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Tele- 
phone receiver. 1,593,556 ; July 27. 

Andres, William J. (See Dodge, A. Y., and Andres.) 

Andres, William J., South Bend, Ind.. assignor to 
Bendix Brake Company, Chicago, 111. Brake cam and 
shaft. 1,595,136; Au£. 10. 

Andresen, Andreas. (See Hughes, J. E., and Andresen.) 

Andresen, Halvor, et al. (See Cage, John M., assignor.) 

Andresen. Herman P., Chicago, 111. Street stop-licrlit 
sign. 1.584,967 ; May 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Andresen, John H., Glen Rock, N. J. Washing machine. 
1,570,423; Jan. 19. 

Andresen, Lauritz B., Minneapolis, assignor to M. F. Pat- 
terson Dental Supply Company, St. Paul, Minn. Den- 
tal handpiece. 1,596,139 ; Aug. 17. 

Andresen, Otto, Vinderen, near Oslo, Norway. Maga- 
zine grinding apparatus with power-driven feeding de- 
vice. 1,591,801; July 6. 

Andrew, Frederick W., Glen Head, assignor to Eisemann 
Magneto Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Magneto. 
1,577,437 ; Mar. 23. 

Andrew, Frederick W., Glen Head, assignor to Eisemann 
Magneto Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ignition mag- 
neto. 1,602,474 ; Oct. 12. 

Andrew, Frederick W., assignor to Eisemann Magneto Cor- 
poration, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oscillator for magnetos. 
1,597,172 ; Aug. 24. 

Andrew, James D., Englewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Welin Davit & Boat Corporation. Valve 
mechanism for drain holes in lifeboats. 1,602,093 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Andrew, John P., Pelham, N. Y., assignor to The Yale 
& Towne Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. 
Trunk lock. 1,592,712 ; July 13. 

Andrew, Tom, Stockport, England. Liquid atomizing or 
spraying apparatus. 1,603,572 ; Oct. 19. 

Andrew, Vaughan L., Superior, Wis. Windmill. 
1,579,343; Apr. 6. 

Andrews, Alexis F., Yonkers, and V. Prager, New York, 
N. Y. Spraying device. 1,585,815 ; May 25. 

Andrews, Alvin E. (See Sherman, C. F., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Benjamin, Houston, Tex. Mining sulphur. 
1,602,475 ; Oct. 12. 

Andrews, Bernard B., Braintree, Mass. Apparatus for 
drying web material. 1,579,342 ; Apr. 6. 

Andrews-Bradshaw Company. (See Andrews, Boger W., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Champe S., Chattanooga, Tenn. Music-roll box. 
1,606,493 ; Nov. 9. 

Andrews, Charles B., assignor to Taylor Wharton Iron 
and Steel Company, High Bridge, N. J. Dipper tooth. 
1,571,782 • Feb. 2. 

Andrews, Charles B., assignor to Taylor-Wharton Iron 
and Steel Company, High Bridge, N. J. Disk assembly 
for disk crushers. 1,585,457 ; May 18. 

Andrews Crane Corporation. (See Andrews, Donald S., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Daniel W. (See Brashear, D. W., Andrews, 
and McChesney.) 

Andrews, Donald S., assignor to Andrews Crane Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Switch mechanism. 1,603,012 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 
1,569,604 ; Jan. 12. 

Andrews, Edward F., and B. E. 
Single-unit electric generating 
Nov. 23. 

Andrews, Forrest, Knoxville, Tenn. 
car. 1,607,035 ; Nov. 16. 

Andrews, Frank W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Superior Refrigeration, Inc.. Wapakoneta, Ohio. Gas- 
liquefying apparatus. 1,580,360 ; Apr. 13. 

Andrews, Fred, Detroit, Mich. Device for placing belts 
on pulleys. 1,572,830; Feb. 9. 

Andrews, George F., Greenville, S. C. Roll clearer. 
1,582,656 ; Apr. 27. 

Andrews, George W., Peoria, 111. 
May 11. 

Andrews, Henry L., Burke, S. 
1.607,598 ; Nov. 23. 

Andrews, Isaac, Spartanburg, S. C. Harness device. 
1,569,348 ; Jan. 12. 

Andrews, James A., et al. '(See Gagnon, Alexandre, 
assignor.) 

Andrews, James C, Dayton, Ohio. Screen for eaves 
troughs and the like. 1,597,503 ; Aug. 24. 

Andrews, Jarvis M., Wollaston, assignor, bv mesne as- 
signments, to Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation. 
Boston, Mass. Film roller. 1,608,484 ; Nov. 30. 

Andrews, John, Nokomls, 111. Rib hook. 1,583,435 ; 
May 4. 

Andrews, John S„ Hollywood, Calif. Wall furnace. 
1,574,145; Feb. 23. 

Angeles, Calif. Wall furnace 



111. 



Inductance. 



Acre, Chicago, 111. 
plant. 1,608,286 : 

Drop-bottom dump 



View scope. 1,584,500 ; 
Dak. Battery support. 



Andrews. John S., Los 
1.582,657; Apr. 27. 

Andrews, John S., Los 
1,011,983; Doc. 28. 

Andrews, Lawrence W., 
and like. 1,606,136 



Angeles. Calif. Wall furnace. 



Kansas City, Mo. Map holder 
. Nov. 9. 

Andrews. Leonard, Westminster, England. Grading of 
powdered material by elutrlation or hydraulic classi- 
fication. 1.010,725; Dec. 14. 

Andrews, Oliver II., Stamford, Conn. Rolling rubber 
CabriCS for (ires. 1,611,400; Dec. 21. 

Andrews, Roger W., assignor to Andrews-Bradshaw Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Steam purifier. 1,570,985 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Andrews. Samuel B., Richmond, Va. 
cab window. 1.591,952; .Tulv 13. 

Andrloli, Vittorlo, Foggia, Italy. 
1.577,438 ; Mar. 23. 

Andu/.e, Lucien, Limoges, France, 
article. Des. 70,642; July 27. 



Locomotlve-engine- 

Steam generator. 

Teapot or similar 



Anduze, Lucien, Limoges, France. Covered dish or simi- 
lar article. Des. 70,643 ; July 27. 

Andy, Jeremiah, Newington, Conn. Crossing gate. 
1,575,248 ; Mar. 2. 

Anfield, William H., St. Louis, Mo. Making multicolored 
concrete floors. 1,583,516 ; May 4. 

Anfield, William H., St. Louis, Mo. Composition floor 
and making the same. 1,605,197 ; Nov. 2. 

Anft, Paul, Bremen, Germany. Manufacturing of buttons. 
1,586,731; June 1. 

Angebaud, Pierre A. M. J., Nantes, France. Protecting 
device against X rays and similar radiations. 1,609,682 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Angel, Herbert. (See Benjamin. G. R., and Angel.) 

Angell, Chester M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Vesta Bat- 
tery Corporation. Machine for filling grids. 1,597,336 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Angell, Emmett D., Califon, N. J. Golf game. 1,582,237 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Flexible 
shaft and cable support. 1,590,666 ; June 29. 

Angell, Bobert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Tooth- 
mounting card. 1,591,007 ; July 6. 

Angell, Robert H., et al. (See Hacker, Owen E., as- 
signor.) 

Angell, Robert H. (See Stanley, M. H, and Angell.) 

Angello, Charles. (See Colombo, J., and Angello.) 

Angelus Specialty Company. (See Long, John R., as 
signor.j 

Angerstein, Johannes. (See Jenny, A., and Angerstein, 
assignors.) 

Angevine, G. U., Company, The. (See Angevine, Glenn 
U., assignor.) 

Angevine, Glenn U., assignor to The G. U. Angevine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Drapery hanger. 1,598,669 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Angevine, Glenn TJ., assignor to The G. TJ. Angevine Co., 
Chicago, 111. Drapery hanger. 1,607,599 ; Nov. 23. 

Angevine, Robert N., Fitchburg, Mass. Oil burner 
1.590,872; June 29. 

Anghel, Vasile, New York, N. Y. Oil gauge. 1,593,643 ; 
July 27. 

Angler, Edward H. (See Wheildon, William M., as 
signor.) 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, Mass. Method and 
apparatus for producing compound paper. 1,584,755 ; 
May 18. 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, Mass. Creping paper. 
1,603.932 ; Oct. 19. 

Angier, Edward H., Framingham, and W. M. Wheildon, 
Ashland, Mass. Wrapping machine. 1,599,942 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Anglade, Prosper E., Marseille, France. Valve for foot 
balls. 1,590,173 ; June 22. 

Angle, Edward H., Pasadena, Calif. Orthodontic appli- 
ance. 1.584,501 ; May 11. 

Angle, Edward H., Pasadena, Calif. Orthodontic appli- 
ance. 1,589,782 ; June 22. 

Angle, Edward H., Pasadena. Calif. Orthodontic ap- 
pliance. 1,594.144 ; July 27. 

Angle, Edward H., and S. R. Atkinson, Pasadena, 
Calif. Orthodontic implement. 1,594,143 ; July 27. 

Angle, Glenn D., Dayton, Ohio. Cam shaft for test en- 
gines. 1,583.949 ; May 11. 

Angle, Glenn D., Detroit, Mich. Engine construction. 
1,60S,759 ; Nov. 30. 

Anglo-Canadian Mining and Refining Company. (See 
Hybinette, Noak V., assignor.) 

Angrove, Samuel, Providence, R. I. 
device. 1,603,104; Oct. 12. 

Anguish, Allen A., Everett, Mass. 
ing apparatus. 1,571,036 ; Jan. 26. 

Angus, Arthur R., Westminster, London, England. Con- 
trol of trains. 1.576,805; Mar. 16. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Recording meter. 
1,598,595; Sept. 7. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Meter. 1,599,268 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind. Shunt. 1,601,840 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Volt- 
ampere meter. 1,578,571 ; Mar. 30. 

Angus, Donald J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Satura- 
tion compensation for meters. 1,582,658 ; Apr. 27. 

Anliof, Claras, New York, N. Y. Space guide. 1,587,133 ; 
June 1. 

Anibal. Benjamin H., assignor to The Studebaker Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Instrument panel. 1,585,636; 
May 25. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., Highland Park, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Combination in- 
strument. 1,594,441 ; Aug. 3. 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See Newhouse, 
Milford J., assignor.) 

Animal Trap Company of America. (See O'Neil, Jere- 
miah, assignor.) 



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Ankeny, Clement W., Colorado Springs, Colo., assignor 
to The Dorr Company, New York, N. Y. Multiple-deck 
pulp thickener. 1,578,625 ; Mar. 30. 

Anketell, Edward N., assignor to The A. C. Gilbert Com- 
pany, New Haven, Conn. Sewing-machine motor. 
1,574,745 ; Mar. 2. 

Annabel, Charles C. (See Letts, Ellsworth M., assignor.) 

Annin &> Co. (See Chandler, Digby W., assignor.) 

Annis, Burton B., Columbus, Ohio. Gas generator. 
1,598,108; Aug. 31. 

"Ansaldo" Society Anonima. (See Hocke, Enrico, as- 
signor.) 

Anschutz-Kaempfe, Hermann, Munich, Germany, assignor 
to Nederlandscbe Technische Handel Maatschappij 
"Giro", 's Gravenhage, Netherlands. Controlling rotat- 
ing field motors. 1,586,233; May 25. 

Anschutz-Kaempfe, Hermann, Munich, Germany, assignor 
to Nederlandsche Technische Handel Maatschapipij 
"Giro", 's Gravenhage, Netherlands. Gyroscopic ap- 
paratus. 1,589,039 ; June 15. 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Bornmann, Carl, as- 
signor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Bornmann, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Davis, Horace W., as- 
signor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Jansson, Theodore A., 
assignor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Jansson, T. A., and 
Bornmann, assignors.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Pawley, John B., as- 
signor.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Incorporated. (See Topliff. G. W-, 
and Bornmann, assignors.) 

Ansco Photoproducts, Inc. (See Turk, James W., 
assignor.) 

Ansell. Edward, assignor of one-half to B. G. May, 
Schreiber, Ontario, Canada. Vapor lamp. 1,609,452 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Ansell, Ivan D., Minneapolis, Minn. Vehicle ventilator. 
1.592,841 ; July 20. 

Anselm, Roy W., Kansas City, Mo. Shoe-shining foot rest. 
1,582,115 ; Apr. 27. 

Ansingh, Herman K., Murrysville, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Sup- 
port for electrical fixtures. 1,602,873 ; Oct. 12. 

Anson, Earl L.. Warrensburg, Mo. Folding delivery box. 
1,608.457 ; Nov. 23. 

Anson, Prank H., jr., Iroquois Falls, Ontario, Canada. 
Machine for fastening tubular lengths. 1,577,889 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Anson, Frank H., Iroquois Falls, Ontario, Canada. Ma- 
chine for applying heads to the ends of rolls. 
1,580,361 ; Apr. 13. 

Ansonia O & C Company, The. (See Clauss, George E., 
assignor.) 

Ansorg, Georg M. J., Dresden, assignor to Sachsische 
Maschinenfabrik vorm, Rich-Hartmann Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Chemnitz and Dresden, Germany. Preparatory 
worsted spinning. 1,598,952 ; Sept. 7. 

Ansorge, Percy I., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lighting-fixture 
bracket. Des. 71,654; Dec. 21. 

Ansorge, Percy I., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lighting-fixture body. 
Des. 71,655 ; Dec. 21. 

Ansorge, Percy I., New York, N. Y. Finishing lighting 
fixtures. 1,584,709 ; May 18. 

Anstev, Tracv J., Oakland, Calif. Refrigerator. 
1.593,283 ; July 20. 

Anstey. Tracy J., Oakland, Calif. Refrigerating co-inter. 
1.594,653 ; Aug. 3. 

Anstey, Tracy J., Oakland, Calif. Refrigerator-door latch. 
1.600,528 ; Sept. 21. 

Anthes, Albert N., assignor of one-half to R. F. Gunther, 
Quincy, 111. Double-acting spring snub. 1,574,746 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Anthes, Albert N., assignor of one-half to R. F. Gun- 
ther, Quincy, 111. Dustproof spring link and bolt 
oiler. 1,585,225* May 18. 

Anthon, George C, New York, N. Y., assignor to Stanley 
Insulating Company, Great Barrington, Mass. Vacuum 
bottle. 1,5S9,088 ; June 15. 

Anthonv. Alice, Sterling, 111. Darning last. 1,602,384 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Anthony, Anton A., Memphis, Tenn. Swing chair and 
bed. 1.569,249 ; Jan. 12. 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, William C, assignor.) 

Anthony Company. (;See Anthony, W. C, and Bene- 
dict, assignors.) 

Anthony Company. (See Anthony, W. C, and Mackin- 
tosh, assignors.) 

Anthony Company, The. (See Martindell, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Anthonv, Daniel L., assignor of one-half to H. E. Cottman, 
El Paso, Tex. Buttonhole maker. 1,611.327; Dec. 21. 

Anthony, John, Attleboro. Mass. Ornamental chain. 
1,581,152 ; Apr. 20. 

Anthony. John, Attleboro, Mass. Ornamental chain. 
1,607.808 ; Nov. 23 

Anthony. Marc O., Philadelphia, Pa. Manifolding mecha- 
nism for typewriting machines. 1,585,520 ; May 18. 

Anthony, Marcus O., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Con- 
tinental Engineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebr. BAke. 
1,610,409 ; Dec. 14. 



Anthony, Thomas P., Edgewater Park, assignor to United 
States Cast Iron Pipe & Foundry Company, Burlington, 
N. J. Grinding and polishing machine. 1,569,940 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, 
Streator, 111. Dumping body. 1,600,614; Sept. 21. 

Anthony, William C, and C. H. Benedict, assignors to 
Anthony Company, Streator, 111. Dumping body. 
1,600,615; Sept. 21. 

Anthony, William C, and W. B. Mackintosh, as- 
signors to Anthony Company, Streator, 111. Shovel 
frame. 1,581,153: Apr. 20. 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Benner, Adam, as- 
signor.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Blatch, Francis 
H., assignor.) 

Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, jr., 
assignor.) 

Anti-Friction Shafting Bearing Company. (See Buswell, 
Charles K., assignor.) 

Antilotti, William A., assignor of one-half to E. C. 
Jones, Atlanta, Ga. Vehicle wheel. 1,586,955 ; June 1. 

Antilotti, William A., and E. C. Jones, Atlanta, Ga. 
Demountable rim. 1,609,099 ; Nov. 30. 

Antipas, Aristotle J., Pasadena, Calif. Foldable camp 
chair. 1.604,108 ; Oct. 26. 

Antiscale Corporation. (See Bonine, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Antiscale Corporation. (See Creighton, Henry J., as- 
signor.) 

Antiscale Corporation. (See Elmore, G. H., and 
Creighton, assignors.) 

Antiscale Corporation. (See Freeman, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Antiscale Limited. (See Schnetzer, Karl, assignor.) 

Antoine, Auguste, Le Chillot, France. Lay-actuated bob- 
bin-changing device. 1,589,346 ; June 22. 

Anton. Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Window awning. 
1,587,134; June 1. 

Anton, Frederick A., Topeka, Kans. Adjustable awning. 
1,587,135 ; June 1. 

Anundi, Matt, Clatskanie, Oreg. Lock. 1,573,506; 
Feb. 16. 

Anzalone, Robert, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fountain toothbrush. 
1,580,799 ; Apr. 13. 

Aoki, Tamotsu, and M. Hagiwara, Tokyo, Japan. Time- 
measuring apparatus. 1,592,816 ; July 20. 

Apco Manufacturing Company. (See Cavanagh, John F., 
assignor.) 

Apel, Carl. (See Parke, P., Apel, and Brack.) 

Apel, Frederick H., Athol Springs, assignor to Livingston 
Artificial Limb Company, New York, N. Y. Artificial 
limb. 1,608,689 ; Nov. 30. 

Apex Gutter Hanger Corporation. (See Rachlin, Max, 
assignor.) 

Apex Machine Company, The. (See Ziegler, William M., 
assignor.) 

Apex Products Company. (See Peterson, A. J., and Mel- 
vin, assignors.) 

Apfel, Philip F., Seattle, Wash. Combined electric range 
and water heater. 1,588,084 ; June 8. 

Apollo Holding Corporation. (See McCrery, Harold E., 
assignor.) 

Apostoloff, Serge, New York, N. Y. Dry cell. 1,590,716 ; 
June 29. 

Apostoloff, Serge, New York, N. Y. Dry cell. 1,590,717 ; 
June 29. 

Apostoloff, Serge, assignor to Portable Electric Current 
Patents Co., New York, N. Y. Battery cell. 1,590,715 ; 
June 29. 

Apostoloff, Serge, Brooklyn, assignor to Union Dry Bat- 
tery Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Primary 
cell. 1,590,873 ; June 29. 

Appel, George C. (See Harley, W. S., and Appel.) 

Appel, Gustav, Berlin, Germany. Rotary pump. 1,595.982; 
Aug. 17. 

Appel, Harry C, Philadelphia, Pa. Vehicle top. 
1,581,332 ; Apr. 20. 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Headlight mounting. 
1,603.252 ; Oct. 12. 

Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Headlight. 1,603,253; 
Oct. 12. 

Apnelberg, Axel O., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to 
Aktiebolaget Birka Regulator, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Thermostatic time switch. 1,581,714 ; Apr. 20. 

Appelman, Isaac, assignor to Premier Specialty Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Wind-propelled toy. 1,586,641 ; 
June 1 . 

Appelquist, Frederick, Rock Island, 111. Headlight for 
motor vehicles. 1,584,070 ; May 11. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Commutator and mak- 
ing it. 1,578,793 ; Mar. 30. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Dynamo-electric ma- 
chine. 1,584,502 ; May 11. 

Apple, Vincent G., Dayton, Ohio. Insulating electric 
coils. 1.606.393 ; Nov. 9. 

Applebaum, David B. (See Steinhardt, Edward S., as- 
signor.) 

Appleby, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Variable resistance. 
1.583,105; May 4. 

Applebv, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Variable resistance. 
1,587,136; June 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Appleby, William H., assignor of one-fourth to R. Rodrt, 
Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Vehicular toy. 1,570,54*5 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Applegate, James A., San Jose, Calif. Broom. 1,605,636 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Applegate, Robert R., and J. B. Austin, assignors to 
Rail Welding and Bonding Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Uniting copper to steel. 1,581,417 ; Apr. 20. 

Appleton Electric Co. (See Anderson, Ernst G. K., as- 
signor.) 

Appleton Electric Co. (See Grigsby, Bertram J., as- 
signor.) 

Appleton, Ernst G. (See Newman, C., and Appleton.) 

Appleton, Ernst G., and L. Larsen, assignors to Roacn- 
Appleton Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Switch. 1,605,910; Nov. 9. 

Appleton, Ernst G., and R. Mooney, assignors to Roach- 
Appleton Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Switch 
for extension lamps. 1,600,209 ; Sept. 21. 

Appleton, Joseph H., Port Washington, assignor to 
Leach Company, Oshkosh, Wis. Machine for making 
links or similar articles. 1,572,175 ; Feb. 9. 

Appleton Manufacturing Company. (See Van Nortwick, 
John, assignor.) 

Appo-Krisp Limited. (See Humphrey, George F., as- 
signor.) 

Apthorpe, William H., London, assignor to Cambridge 
and Paul Instrument Company Limited, Cambridge, 
England. Adjustable sensitive electrical regulating de- 
vice. 1,571,390; Feb. 2. 

Aquazone Laboratories, Inc. (See Shook, A. M., and 
Hannan, assignors.) 

Arakelian, John H., Turlock, Calif. Flexible cultivator. 
1,597,949 ; Aug. 31. 

Aram, Otto, Philadelphia, Pa. Refractory brick for fur- 
nace lining. 1,576,021 ; Mar. 9. 

Aram, Otto, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Stoker ram. 
1,570,604 ; Jan. 26. 

Aram, Otto, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Agitator grate 
for underfeed stokers. 1,578,701 ; Mar. 30. 

Aram, Otto, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric and Manufacturing Company. Ram box mech- 
anism for stokers. 1,579,746 ; Apr. 6. 

Arato, Achille, Turin, Italy. Trailer. 1,585,180 ; May 18. 

Aralo,' Achille, Kiel, Germany. Steering gear for four- 
wheel trailed vehicles. 1,585,753 ; May 25. 

Albeit, Pierre, assignor to Manufactures des Glaces & 
Produits, Chimiques de St. Gobain, Chauny & Cirey, 
Paris, France. Furnace for glass manufacture. 
1,593,054; July 20. 

Arbogast, John I., Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for manufacturing glass. 1,611,328 ; Dec. 21. 

Arbon, Paul. (See Palmer, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Arbon, Paul, Tulsa, Okla. Combined casing head and 
snuffer. 1,582,238 ; Apr. 27. 

Arbon, Paul, Tulsa, Okla. Combined control head and 
snuffer. 1,586.956 ; June 1. 

Arbon, Paul, Tulsa, Okla. Oil jet or ejector. 1,594,809 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Arbon, Paul, Tulsa, Okla. Combined packer and swab. 
1,611,709; Dec. 21. 

Arbron, Thomas J., assignor to The Perfection Appliance 
Co., Detroit, Mich. Ironing machine. 1,576,804 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Arbuckle Brothers. (See Grimm, P. H., and Cocks, as- 
signors.) 

Arbuckle, Matthew H., and J. McKinney, Walktno, New 
Zealand. Motor-vehicle headlamp. 1,607,334; Nov. 16. 

Area Regulators, Incorporated. (See Carlstedt, Ragnar, 
assignor.) 

Area Regulators, Incorporated. (See Koehnborn, Erwin, 
assignors.) 

Arcade Manufacturing Company. (See Firestone, Vance 
S., assignor.) 

Arcade Manufacturing Co. (See Tschcrning, Henry, as- 
signor.) 
Ircadu, Antonio, Peekskill, N. Y. Chicken coop. 
1,592,594 ; July 13. 

Archard, Josephine D., Yonkers, N. Y. Cord holder and 
guide. 1,584.590; May 11. 

Archbald, Charles E., New Brunswick, N. J. Web-treating 
machine. 1,569,064 ; Jan. 12. 

Arcbea, Walter D. (See Binns, G. W., and Archea.) 

Archea, Walter D. (See Einstein, S., Nenninger, and 
Arcbea.) 

Archea, Walter D., Norwood, assignor to The Cincinnati 
Milling Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Work- 
carrying device for grinding machines. 1,575,520; 
Mar. 2. 

ircher, Andrew, North Adams, assignor to Crompton & 
Cnowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Picker-stick 
Check for looms. 1.509,195; Sept. 7. 

Archer, Elbert II.. assignor to Covington Machine Com- 
pany, Inc., Covington, Va. Clinker-extracting shovel. 
1,585,070; May 18. 

Archer, Elbert II., assignor to Covington Machine Com- 
pany, Inc., Covington, Va. Clinker-extracting shovel 
and making same. 1,585,071 ; May 18. 

Archer, Hurry W., assignor to The Acme Wire Co., New 
Haven. Conn. Spool, reel, bobbin, and the like. 
1,608,972; Nov. 30. 



Archer, Louise. (See Light, C. M., and Archer.) 

Archer, Merton T., Pittsburgh, Pa., and J. R. Mahan, as- 
signors to The National Supply Company, Toledo, Ohio. 
Long-stroke pumping mechanism. 1,579,908 ; Apr. 6. 

Archer, Robert, sr., Fort Washington, Pa. Doorchecks. 
1.576,496; Mar. 16. 

Archer, Robert S. (See Jeffries, Z., and Archer.) 

Archer, Robert S. (See Johnston, R. L., Archer, and 
Jeffries.) 

Archer, Robert S., East Cleveland, Ohio, and J. D. Ed- 
wards, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors to Aluminum Com- 
pany of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making castings of 
aluminum-silicon alloys. 1,572,459 ; Feb. 9. 

Archer, Sylvanus M., assignor to The Yale & Towne 
Manufacturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Lock struc- 
ture. 1,603,890; Oct. 19. 

Archer, Thomas P., E. E. Heintz, and F. M. Edgar, as- 
signors to Ternstedt Manufacturing Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Windshield regulator. 1,600,706 ; Sept. 21. 

Archer, William H., assignor to The Commercial Savings 
Bank & Trust Co., trustee, Toledo, Ohio. Combination 
apparatus. 1,569.250 ; Jan. 12. 

Archers Company, The. (See Norlund, Olof A., assignor.) 

Archila, Fulgencio, Bogota, Colombia. Electric sign. 
1.572,874; Feb. 16. 

Architectural Iron Works. (See Friedman, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Arcless Contact Company et al. (See Phelan, Louis A. M., 
assignor.) 

Arctic Nu-Air Corporation. (See Feinberg, A., and Hal- 
vorson, assignors.) 

Arden, Thomas R. t Bellmore, assignor to J. Chein, New 

York, N. Y. Toy tambourine. 1,581,081 ; Apr. 13. 
\iden, Thomas R., Bellmore, assignor to J. Chien, New 
York, N Y., deceased; Elizabeth H. Chein, executrix. 
Figure wheel toy. 1,591,933 ; July 6. 

Arden, Thomas R., Bellmore, assignor to J. Chein, de- 
ceased, New York, N. Y. ; E. H. Chein, executrix. 
Aeroplane toy. 1,600,202 ; Sept. 14. 

Arden, Thomas R., Forest Hills, assignor to J. Chein, New 

York, N. Y. Toy telephone. 1,603,229 ; Oct. 12. 
'vrdin, Lucien L., New York, N. Y. Internal-combus- 
tion turbine. 1,584,346 ; May 11. 

Avdit, Angelo L., Grandvlew Heights, Ohio. Making 
terrazzo floors or cast-in-place terrazzo tile. 1,600,878 ; 
Sept. 21. 

A reiidt, Arthur C, Cleveland, Ohio. Illuminated sign. 
1.592,595; July 13. 

Arens, Charles, College Point, N. Y. Power-transmitting 
device. 1,601,099 ; Sept. 2S. 

A rent, Arthur, assignor to Arthur Arent Laboratories, 
Inc., Des Moines, Iowa. Preservative treatment of 
wood and other materials. 1,602,959 ; Oct. 12. 

Arent. Arthur, Laboratories, Inc. (See Arent, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

A rgentographiea (U. S. A.) Limited. (See de' Sperati, 
Mariano, assignor.) 

Argerbright, Floyd M. (See Hockersmith, H. J., and 
Argerbright.) 

Arges, John, Paterson, N. J. Ball receiver for pool tables. 
1,593,284; July 20. 

Argo, Ernest, assignor of one-fourth to L. M. Johnson, 
St. Louis, and three-fourths to J. W. Tivis, trustee, 
Webster Groves. Mo. Apparatus for drying clay 
products. 1.601,711 ; Oct. 5. 

Argo, Mattie L., Minneapolis, Minn. Garment-hanger 
support. 1,568,538; Jan. 5. 

Argus Products Company. (See Christian, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Aridor Company, The. (See Meyer, Paul S., assignor.) 

Arienta, John S., Seattle, Wash. Tire rim. 1,588.220; 
June 8. 

Ariniitsu, Toshiichi, Yokohama, assignor to Nippon 
Yusen Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan. Quadrant. 1,583.950 : 
May 11. 

Arkcll Safety Bag Company. (See Widmer, Howard G., 
assignor.) 

Arkin, Victor. Chicago, 111. Hydraulic power transmis- 
sion. 1.568,394 ; Jan. 5. 

Arkwright, George A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for 
purifying mines, tunnels, and subways. 1,585,358 ; 
May 18. 

Arlidge, William J. C, Rochester, N. Y. Footwear and 
making the same. 1,611,984; Dec. 28. 

Armlirust, Charles W., Albany, N. Y. Moisture-condens 
ing water-collecting device. 1,611. S01; Dec. 21. 

Armbruster, Anthony, Houston, Tex. Assorting de 
vice for laundries. 1,593,557; July 27. 

Armbruster, Frederick W., jr., arid G. C. Betlem 
Rochester, N. Y. Humidifier for hot-air furnaces 
1,574,856; Mar. 2. 

\nnbruster, Henry, Woodburn, Ind. Post puller 
1 .577,493 ; Mar. 23. 

Armbruster, Jacob L., Syracuse, N. Y. Chiseling tool 
1,611,574; Dec. 21. 

Annington, Arthur A., et al., executors. (See Wardwell 
Simon W.) 

Armislead, Hubert M., et al. (See Bennett, Orin, as 
signor.) 

Armistead, Hubert M., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
Manifold Impressions Corporation, Carson City. Nev. 
Manifolding platen for typewriters. 1,585,009 ; May 18. 



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Arwitage, Frank E., and L. G. Harlow ; said Marlow 
assignor to C. V. Fisher, Los Angeles, Calif. Mounting 
for the lower ends of double-acting hinged doors. 
1,610,648 : Dec. 14. 

Armleder, 0.. Motor Truck Company, The. (See Arm- 
leder, Otto, assignor.) 

Armleder, Otto, Wyoming, assignor to The O. Armleder 
Motor Truck Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. Spring 
mounting for vehicles. 1.594.145 ; July 27. 

Armor, James C, West View Borough, Pa. Transformer. 
1,579,344 ; Apr. 6. 

Armour & Company. (See Hedden. Charles A., assignor.) 

Armour Fertilizer Works. (See Meyers, Herbert H., as- 
signor.) 

Armour, James W. (See Riley, R. S., and Armour.) 

Arms, Leland J., San Francisco, Calif. Dispensing 
device for interfolded tissue paper. 1.587,463 ; June 1. 

Arms. Leland J., assignor to R. C. Pell, jr., San Francisco, 
Calif. Container for folded tissue toilet paper. 
1,577.094; Mar. 16. 

Arms, Leland J., assignor of one-half to R. C. Pell, jr., 
San Francisco, Calif. Starting device for packed folded 
paper. 1.579,429 ; Apr. 6. 

Armstrong, Alma B. (See Clark. N. D., and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. (See Armstrong. Lennox F., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong. Charles C. Huntington. W. Ta. Cooking 
range. Des. 70.999 : Sept. 7. 

Armstrong, Charles L., Houston. Tex. Tilting jack. 
1,594,146 ; July 27. 

Armstrong, Clifford G., Meriden. Conn. Separable cuff 
button. 1,582,864 ; Apr. 27. 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Bentley, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Bentley, L. L.. and 
Sloan, assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Busch, Herman F., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Cover, Lester E., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Humphreys, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Strugnell, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cork cots for 
spinning frames. 213,786 ; June 1. 

Armstrong, Edward R., Holland. Mich. Diluting device 
for internal-combustion engines. 1.605,694 ; Nov. 2. 

Armstrong, Edwin H, New York, N. Y., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Wireless receiving system for continu- 
ous waves. 1,611,848 ; Dec. 21. 

Armstrong. Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovel 
Company, Erie, Pa. Clutch. 1,572,870; Feb. 16. 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovel Com- 
pany, Erie. Pa. Power shovel. 1,578.702 ; Mar. 30. 

Armstrong. Edwin J., assignor, by direct and mesne as- 
signments, to Erie Steam Shovel Company. Erie. Pa. 
Speed-changing device. 1.592.842 ; July 20. 

A rmstrong. Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovel Com- 
pany, Erie, Pa. Control mechanism. 1.594.919 : 
Aug. 3. 

.\ rmstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Bell Engine Company, 
Erie, Pa. Ratchet mechanism. 1,598.412; Aug. 31. 

Armstrong, Edwin J., assignor to Erie Steam Shovel 
Company, Erie, Pa. Power excavator. 1,602,562 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Armstrong, Eli H., Savannah. Ga. Apparatus for treat- 
ing acid phosphate. 1,576.022 ; Mar. 9. 

Armstrong, Francis E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ad- 
vertising medium. 1.573.898 ; Feb. 23. 

.i rmstrong, Frank H.. Auburn, assignor to Corona Type- 
writer Companv, Inc.. Groton, X. Y. Tvpewriting ma- 
chine. 1,601.488; Sept. 28. 

Armstrong, Frederick, Southbridge, Mass. Clamp for 
holding knives. 1,600,266 ; Sept. 21. 

Armstrong, George A., Providence, R. I., assignor to 
William C. Greene Company. Article of jewelry. 
1,573,899 : Feb. 23. 

Armstrong, Harry H., Los Angeles, Calif. Recovering hy- 
drocarbon oils from oil sands and the like. 1.607,977 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Armstrong. Harry W. D.. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Garage-door opening and closing device. 1,608,760 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Armstrong, John L., Chicago, III., assignor to The Na- 
tional Lock Washer Companv. Newark, N. J. Combined 
sash holder and window release. 1,596.226 ; Aug. 17. 

Armstrong, Joseph. (See Comins. F. B., and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Lenox P., assignor to Armstrong Bros. 
Tool Co., Chicago, 111. Tool holder. 1,584,347 ; May 
11. 

Armstrong, Lester R.. Modesto. Calif. Emergency-brnke- 
oper.ntir.g lever fur automobiles. 1.590.667; .Tunp 29. 

Armstrong, Lloyd V. H., Upper Montclair, assignor to 
Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Pneu- 
matic control for marine steering apparatus. 1,591,353 ; 
July 6. 

Armstrong Manufacturing Company. (See Watson, 

George R., assignor.) 
Armstrong. Maude, Denver. Colo. Telephone attachment. 

1,601,666; Sept. 28. 



Armstrong. Minnie D., Dunsmuir. Calif. Book end or 
similar article. Des. 71,512 ; Nov. 23. 
i Armstrong, Morgan K., Hampton, Ta. Making plaster 
board. 1,578.250; Mar. 30. 

Armstrong, Percy A. E. (See Ende, F. M., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, Ralph J., Monett, Mo. Cleaner. 1,582.367 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Armstrong. Robert L., Lincoln, Nebr. Holder for safety- 
razor blades. 1,579,430 ; Apr. 6. 

Armstrong, Robert W., Vancouver, Wash. Surgical in- 
strument. 1.589,923; June 22. 

Armstrong, Samuel A., Sarnia, Ontario. Canada. Fluid 
strainer. 1,595,983 ; Aug. 17. 

Armstrong, Victor C, Hackensack, N. J., assignor to The 
Rail Joint Company, New York, N. Y. Rail anchorage 
for head-free rail joints. 1,578,378 ; Mar. 30. 

Armstrong, Walter W., assignor to T. Hanev, Keithsburg, 
111. Automobile jack. 1,598,413 ; Aug. 31. 

Armstrong, William C, Duquoin, 111. Rail-sanding mech- 
anism. 1.590.272 ; June 29. 

Armstrong, William H., Plainfield, assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Mechanical tie 
tamper. 1.578,379 ; Mar. 30. 

Armstrong, William H., Plainfield, assignor to Inger- 
soll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Mechanical tie 
tamper. 1,578,380; Mar. 30. 

Armuth, Samuel. Vienna, Austria. Oscillating piston 
pump. 1.579.054 : Mar. 30. 

Arn, Gottfried, Monticello, Wis. Gate. 1,579,055 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Arnall, Felix L., Granby, Mo. Safety switch. 1,603.183 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Arnalot, Licerio, Barcelona, Spain. Electrolytic tank. 
1,586,435 ; May 25. 

Arnau, Ram6n R.. San Juan, P. R. Optical device. 
1.572,760 ; Feb. 9. 

Arndt, Ernest A., Wray, Colo. Tire and luggage car- 
rier. 1,594,235 ; July 27. 

Arndt, Frank J., Atlantic City, N. J. Iron holder. 
1.597,563; Aug. 24. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works 
& Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Rear-axle mounting for 
road graders. 1,589,783 ; June 22. 

Arndt, Franklin E., assignor to The Galion Iron Works 
& Mfg. Co., Galion, Ohio. Engine-unit-supporting 
means for tractors. 1.597,564 : Aug. 24. 

Arndt, Hermann, Berlin, assignor to Siemens & Halske 
Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt. near Berlin. Germany. 
Electric signaling system. 1.589,341 ; June 15. 

Arndt, John P., South Milwaukee, assignor to Line Ma- 
terial Company. South Milwaukee. Wis. Insulator 
pin. 1.586.642 ; June 1. 

Arnison, Rowland, South Woodford, London, England, as- 
signor to Tavlor Instrument Companies, Rochester, 
N. Y. Aneroid barometer. 1.612.344 ; Dec. 28. 

Arnold, Adelaide F., et al. (See Friedman, William, as- 
signor.) 

Arnold. Alfred. Grenzach, Germany, and K. Kuttruff, 
Basel. Switzerland. Multistory weaving batten. 
1.599,545; Sept. 14. 

Arnold, Arthur W., Lapine, Oreg. Vehicle truck. 
1,583,241 ; May 4. 

Arnold. Charles F., San Francisco. Calif. Sportsman's 
wading stocking. 1.594,086 ; July 27. 

Arnold, Charles H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The National Cash Register Company. Dayton, Ohio. 
Cash-register cabinet. Des. 71.540 ; Nov. 30. 

Arnold. Dan H., et al. (See Friedman, William, as- 
signor.) 

Arnold. Edward E., Coventry, assignor to The Nitrogen 
Corporation, Providence. R. I. Manufacture of sodium 
bicarbonate and the production of nitrogen. 1,611.401 : 
Dec. 21. 

Arnold. Edwin. Chicago, assignor to Oil Products Appli- 
ance Co.. Maywood, 111. Waterproof joint between 
sheet-metal tanks and external objects. 1.596.227 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Arnold, F. R., & Company. (See Friedman. William.) 

Arnold, Frank. Bridgeport. Conn. Combination tool. 
1.577,095 ; Mar. 16. 

Arnold. Frank, New York. N. Y. Ruling machine. 
1,577,998 ; Mar. 23. 

Arnold, Frank F.. and C. Kestel, New York, N. Y. Razor- 
hlade knife. 1.587.358 ; June 1. 

Arnold, Frank K., Keene, N. H. Wrapping machine. 
1,587,495 ; June 8. 

Arnold, Fred, Lakewood, Ohio. Sewing-machine head. 
Des. 70.524 : July 13. 

Arnold, George A., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Goodell Pratt Company. Drill sup- 
porting and feeding apparatus. 1,584.071 : May 11. 

Arnold, George A., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Suburban Transit Company, Plainfield, 
N. J. Vision-protecting device. 1.593.558 ; July 27. 

Arnold, George A.. Newark, assignor to Suburban Tran- 
sit Companv, Plainfield, N. J. Automobile visor. 
1.593.559: July 27. 

Arnold. Harold D., Maplewood. N. J., and J. P. Minton. 
White Plains, assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Generating an alter- 
nating current of variable frequency. 1,573,367 ; 
Feb. 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Arnold, Herbert F. (See Fantz, F. C, and Arnold.) 

Arnold, John C, Terre Haute, Ind. Toy pistol or gun. 
1,586,059 ; May 25. 

Arnold, John W., et al. (See Friedman, William, as- 
signor. ) 

Arnold, John W., San Francisco, Calif. Lubricator for 
fluid-actuated apparatus. 1,582,368 ; Apr. 27. 

Arnold, Lloyd E., Detroit, Mich. Splash-feed-lubrlca- 
tlon organization. 1,591,733 ; July 6. 

Arnold, Luther T., Reward, Calif. Oil dehydrator and 
cleanser. 1,597,337 ; Aug. 24. 

Arnold, Margaret L., Chicago, 111. Foot wiper for auto- 
mobiles. 1,584,968 ; May 18. 

Arnold, Mervin V. (See Jeffers, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Arnold. Mildred C, et al. (See Friedman, William, as- 
signor.) 

Arnold, Oliver H., jr., Athens, Ga. Ditcher and ter- 
racer. 1,584,591 ; May 11. 

Arnold, Pearl C, West Hanover, assignor to P. E. Bar- 
bour, Quincy, trading as Barbour Welting Company, 
Brockton, Mass. Shoe and making the same. 
1,597,874; Aug. 31. 

Arnold, Rulon, assignor of one-third to T. Dumayne and 
one-third to A. M. Truman, Salt Lake City, Utah. Elec- 
tric water heater. 1.594,087 ; July 27. 

Arnold, Stanlev B., Chicago, 111. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,599,354; Sept. 7. 

Arnold, William C, et al. (See Gerow, George C, as- 
signor. ) 

Arnole, Edith, New York, N. Y. Device and process 
for straightening hair. 1,593,055 ; July 20. 

Arnone, Luigi, Florence, Italy. Special carbon for the 
starting of a voltaic arc with ultra-violet rays. 
1.604,544 ; Oct. 26. 

Arnott, Robert F., Montclair, N. J. Balanced ball. 
1,586.514; June 1. 

Arnstein, Walter. (See Becker, Julius H., assignor.) 

Arnt, Herald P., Lakewood, assignor of one-fourth to 
C. B. Muller, Cleveland, Ohio. Tubular spoke and 
making the same. 1,594,189 ; July 27. 

Arnt, Herald P., Lakewood, assignor of one-fourth to C. 

B. Muller, Cleveland, Ohio. Wheel construction. 
1,609,596 ; Dec. 7. 

Arnt, Herald P., Lakewood, assignor of one-fourth to 

C. B. Muller, Cleveland, Ohio. Method of connecting 
parts. 1.609,597 ; Dec. 7. 

Arnzen, Frank H., Greencreek, Idaho. Automatic reel- 
adjusting mechanism for harvester thrashers and head- 
ers. 1,611,503 ; Dec. 21. 

Aronson, Harvey M., et al. (See Lindenlauf, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Aronson, Harvey M„ Pittsburgh, Pa. Coding type- 
writer. 1,604,110 ; Oct. 26. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Toy. Des. 69,982 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Casing for a cigarette 
dispenser. Des. 71,000 ; Sept. 7. 

-Aronson. Louis V., Newark, N. J. Electric candelie.-. 
Des. 71.350; Nov. 2. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Reflecting sparkler. 
1,589,087; June 15. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Toy. 1,598,034 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J. Radiator cap. 
1,600,450: Sept. 21. 

Aronson, Simon. Brookllne, Mass. Artificial-flower orna- 
ment. 1,578,703 ; Mar. 30. 

Aronstam, Harry, et al. (See Gilowitz, Benjamiu, as- 
signor.) 

Arpin. John B., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Hvdraulic 
separating mechanism. 1,588,689 ; June 15. 

Arras, George, and D. E. Worrell, Chicago, 111. Light- 
ing fixture. 1,603,503 ; Oct. 19. 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Carlson, Johannes 
R.. assignor.) 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See De Lamar. Rudolph 
E., assignor.) 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Harrington, Wil- 
liam II., assignor.) 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Nero, Arvid H., as- 
slgnor). 

Arrow Electric Company, The. (See Wyrfel, Samuel P. 
assignor.) 

ArrowTtz, Michael, I'ittsfiekl. Mass. Pneumatic powcr- 
le brake. 1,584,269 ; May 11. 

Arrowood, John n.. Greensboro, N. ('. Filing device for 
reference cards and the [ike. 1,595,813; Aug. 10. 

Arrowood, Milton \\\, Worcester, Mass. Apparatus for 
handling powdered fuel. 1.59S.842 ; Sept. 7. 

Arruga, Hermenegildo, Barcelona, Spain, assignor to 
C. Zeiss, Jena, Germany. Illuminating device. 
1,678,261 : Mar. 30. 

i. William C, Schenectady, N. Y., nssignor to 
Commercial Solvents Corporation. Terre Haute, Ind., 
Production of formic acid. 1,606,394; Nov. B. 

Art Cage .Manufacturing Company. (See Murkow, Ber- 
nard, assignor.) 

Art Cage Manufacturing Company. (See Zimmerman, 
Hymen, assignor.) 

Art Metal Construction Company. (See Ljungeberg, L. 
A., anil Anderberg, assignors.) 

Arias, Edward, Ellsworth, Kans. Window-washing de- 
vice. 1,592.882 ; July 20. 



Artas, Edward, Ellsworth, Kans. Collapsible crate. 

1,611,629 ; Dec. 21. 
Artcraft Metal Stamping Corporation. (See Aglow, 

Harry, assignor.) 
Arter, William, Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine. 

1.579.056 ; Mar. 30. 

Arth, Isidor, assignor to Isidor Arth & Son, Oakland, 
Calif. Pistol holster. 1,601,963 ; Oct. 5. 

Arth, Isidor, & Son. (See Arth, Isidor, assignor.) 

Arthur, Robert C. (See Mannion, M., and Arthur.) 

Arthur, Samuel T., Lane, 111. Disk-sharpening machine. 
1.599,355 ; Sept. 7. 

Artistic Brass & Bronze Works, Inc. (See Poritz, Fred- 
erick M., assignor.) 

Arton, John A., Chicago, 111. Bed chair. 1,602,186 ; 
Oct. 5.. 

Artyr Company, The. (See Huetter, Andrew, assignor.) 

Artz, Mary F., Detroit, Mich. Overshoe. 1,604,954 ; 
Nov. 2. - 

Arundel, Thomas E., assignor of thirty-seven and one-half 
per cent to G. D. Shipherd and twenty-five per cent to 
W. H. Metcalfe, Omaha, Nebr. Radio reception appa- 
ratus. 1,569,446 ; Jan. 12. 

Arutunoff, Armais, Three Rivers, Mich. Electrically- 
driven pump. 1,610,726 ; Dec. 14. 

Arvey Corporation. (See Wern, Gustaf P.. assignor.) 

Arvoy, Blanche S., nee Reneaux, Paris, France, and C. 
L. Marcus, New York, N. Y. Combined stand and 
holder for perfume bottles. Des. 69,471 ; Feb. 23. 
Arwood. Mary E., Portland, Ark. Display device 
1,609.100 ; Nov. 30. 

Arza Oil Pump Company, The. (See Frantz, Walter A., 
assignor.) 

Asbestos Corporation of Canada, Limited. (See Pharo, 
Lee C, assignor.) 

Asbury, Charles T., assignor to The Enterprise Manu- 
facturing Company of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sound-wave-amplifying device. 1,583.565 ; May 4. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Operator for the 
movable parts of radio tuning units. 1,598,414; 
Aug. 31. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Washington, D. C. Operating mech- 
anism for plural tuning unit radio apparatus. 
1.605,804 ; Nov. 2. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Broomes Island, Md. Radio appara- 
tus. 1.598.415 ; Aug. 31. 

Asbury, Dorsey F., Broomes Island, Md. Radio appara- 
tus. 1,605.805 ; Nov. 2. 

Asbury, Frederick H., Detroit, Mich. Violin bridge. 
1,604,951 ; Nov. 2. 

Asbury, Harry E., Melrose Park, assignor to The Enter- 
prise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Release clutch for grinding mills. 

1.579.057 : Mar. 30. 

Asche, Ludwig, Leigh, Nebr. Planter. 1,577,156 ; Mar. 
16. 

Aseltine, Fred E.. assignor to General Motors Corpora-, 
tion, Detroit. Mich. Carburetor. 1,598,953 ; Sept. 7. 

Ash, Charles S., Royal Oak, Mich. Assembling wire 
wheels. 1,609,282 ; Dec. 7. 

Ash. Horace W., Winchester, Mass. Tank-car heater. 
1.569,605; Jan. 12. 

Ash, Marselius T., Chicago, 111. Object-dispensing ma- 
chine. 1,572,203 ; Feb. 9. 

Ash, William M., jr., Alton, 111. Headlight lamp. 
1,578,704 : Mar. 30. 

Ashbaugh, John H. (See Bradshaw, W. M., and Ash- 
baugh.) 

Ashbaugh, John H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regu- 
lator system. 1,595.750 ; Aug. 10. 

Ashbaugh, John H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regu- 
lator system. 1,599,546 ; Sept. 14. 

Ashbaugh, John H.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Speed- 
regulator svstem. 1.608,761 : Nov. 30. 

Ashbaugh. John H., Wilkinsburg, and H. K. Sels, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company. Regulator system. 1,597,755; 
Aug. 31. 

Ashby, Edward B. (See Ashby, Harry V., assignor.) 

Ashby. Harry V., Erie. Pa., assignor of one-half to E. B. 
Ashby, New York, N. Y. Collating device. 1,575,S91 ; 
Mar. 0. 

Ashby. Harry V., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-half to E. B. 
Ashby. New York, N. Y. Sheet-feeding device. 
1 .575,892 : Mar. 9. 

Ashby, Harry V., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-half to E. B. 
Ashby. New York. N. Y. Collating device. 1,575,893; 
Mar. 9. 

Ashby, Holdon M., Albany, assignor to F. C. Huyck & 
Sons, Rensselaer, N. Y. Guard board for paper-making 
machines. 1,612,250: Dec. 28. 

Ashcraft, .lames B. (See Cate, L., Ashcraft, and Wag- 
ner.) 

Aslicraft, Wendell J.. Short Creek, W. Va. Amusement 
apparatus. 1,605.198: Nov. 2. 

Ashcraft, Wendell J., assignor of one-half to L. W. Mc- 
Clure, Short Creek, W. Va. Level and perpendicular 
finding device. 1,591,076; July 6. 



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Asbcroft. Edgar A., London, England. Apparatus for 
electrolyzing fused salts of metals and recovering the 
metals and acid radicles. 1,569.606 ; Jan. 12. 
Ashcroft, Edgar A., London, England. Treatment of 
lead-zinc sulphide ores, mattes, and the like. 1,599,269 ; 
Sept. 7. 
Ashdown, Albert J., Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England. 

Stroboscopic apparatus. 1,582,622 ; Apr. 27. 
Ashe, Lauren H. (See Kohman, H. A., and Ashe.) 
Ashe, William O., assignor to Commonwealth Steel Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Locomotive frame. 1,573,900 ; 
Feb. 23. 
Ashe, William O., New York, assignor to Nathan Manu- 
facturing Company, New York, N. Y. Water gauge. 
1,602.064: Oct. 5. 
Ashenfelter, Joseph W., Alberton, Mont. Clamping device 

for car wheels. 1,580,275 ; Apr. 13. 
Ashenhurst, Harold S., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Insulex Corporation, Chicago, 111. Process of and 
apparatus for forming cellular building blocks. 
1,608.690 ; Nov. 30. 
Asher Manufacturing Company. (See Coey, Stewart C, 

assignor.) 
Asher Manufacturing Company. (See Olson, Werner O., 

assignor.) 
Asher Manufacturing Company. (See Robinson, Frank- 
lin R., assignor.) 
Ashleman, Adolph E., and T. E. Haney, Waco, Tex. 

Crank lock for box cars. 1,575,086 ; Mar. 2. 
Ashley, Edward E., jr., Darien, Conn., assignor to Eleva- 
tor Supplies Company, Inc. Elevator-position indica- 
tor or similar article. Des. 71,351 ; Nov. 2. 
Ashley, Edward E., jr., Darien, Conn., assignor to Ele- 
vator Supplies Company, Inc. Combined elevator sig- 
nal casing and lens. Des. 71,487 ; Nov. 16. 
Ashley, Frank M. (See Trust, H., and Ashley.) 
Ashley, James P., and L. D. Whitehead, Newport, Eng- 
land. Rolling-mill and like coupling. 1,582,890; 
May 4. 
Ashlock, Ernest H., assignor to W. H. Sweetland, San 
Diego, Calif. Body-contact devices for chiropractic 
adjustment machines. 1,600,500 ; Sept. 21. 
Ashmead, Robert, and J. Collins, assignors to Hodges 
Carpet Company, Indian Orchard, Mass. Yarn-wind- 
ing spool. 1,577,671 ; Mar. 23. 
Ashmead, Robert, and K. R. Hodges, assignors to Hodges 
Carpet Company, Indian Orchard, Mass. Carpet-wrap- 
ping machine. 1,588,930 ; June 15. 
Ashton, C. C, et al. (See Burket, Henry E., assignor.) 
Ashton, Ernest, Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson. N. J. Finishing 
wheel. 1,590,343 ; June 29. 
Ashton, Ernest, Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinerv Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Finish- 
ing roll. 1,593.685; July 27. 
Ashton, Francis E. (See Flanigan, J. E., and Ashton.) 
Ashton, John T., Alexandria, Va. Supporting device. 

1,580,772; Apr. 13. 
Ashton. Sidney C, assignor to The Ellis Manufacturing 
Company, Kansas City, Kans. Standing valve. 
1,600,210; Sept. 21. 
Ashton, Thomas O., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Bit. 1,607,502 ; 

Nov. 16. 
Ashwortb, Fred, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe part and 
the treatment of shoe parts. 1,575,610 ; Mar. 9. 
Ashworth, Fred, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Cop-winding 
machine. 1,598,262 ; Aug. 31. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine for 
forming wedge-shaped articles. 1,575,611 ; Mar. 9. 
Ashwortb. Fred. Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Making heels. 
and assembling machine. 1.605,383 ; Nov. 2. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Blank cutting 
1.610.235 ; Dec. 14. 
Asio, Hermenegildo. Los Angeles, Calif. Motor-driven 

lawn mower and rake. 1,609.101 ; Nov. 30. 
Askania-Werke Aktiengesellschaft vormals Centralwerk- 
statt Dessau und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Friess, 
Hans, assignor.) 
Aske, Irving E., Duluth, Minn. Fuel-vapor conductor for 

internal-explosion engines. 1,582.369 ; Apr. 27. 
Aske, Irving E., Duluth, Minn. Cylinder for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,582.370 ; Apr. 27. 
Askenasy, Paul. (See Obersohn, A., Wachtel, Sakom, 

and Askenasy.) 
Askew, Harvey H., San Bernardino, Calif. Dirt col- 
lector. 1,591,262 ; July 6. 
Askin. Morris W.. Washington, D. C. Musical instrument. 

1.5S6.7G9 ; June 1. 
Asman, Walter C, Tiffin, Ohio. Light fixture. 1,604,870 ; 

Oct. 26. 
Asper, Albert C, Bird City, Kans. Work holding and 

filing device. 1.601.282 : Sept. 28. 
Asphalt Cold Mix (1925) Limited. (See Hay, George S., 

assignor.) 
Asphalt Grave Vault Company, The. (See Sheene, Wil- 
liam E., assignor.) 



Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, and K. A. Simmon, 
Edgewood Park, Pa., assignors to WeBtinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Axle power brake. 
1,569,349; Jan. 12. 
Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, and H. R. Meyer, 
Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Control apparatus. 
1,584,592: May 11. 
Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Baking ap- 
paratus. 1,612,345 ; Dec. 28. 
Aspinwall, Louis M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Traction 
car. 1,612,346; Dec. 28. 
Aspinwall, Robert S., assignor to Lincoln Manufacturing 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Porch-light lantern. Des. 
71,656; Dec. 21. 
Asplund, Axel A., Auburn, N. Y., assignor to E. T. Fen- 
wick, Falls Church, Va. Starting lever with connec- 
tions. 1,607,860; Nov. 23. 

Asplundh, Edwin T., Barbertoa, Ohio, assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. Increasing the density of 
finely-divided material. 1,590,795 ; June 29. 

Assmann, Frederick M., East Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Continental Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Sheet-metal container. 1,568,359 ; Jan. 5. 

Associated Oil Company. (See Bell, Arthur F. L., as- 
signor.) 

Associated Oil Company. (See Jurs, Louis D., assignor.) 

Astier, Antoine J., Colombes, France. Water meter. 
1,574,594; Feb. 23. 

Astle, William. (See Neal, S. G., Astle, and Wilson.) 

Astle, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington, Del. Con- 
trol valve for air-brake apparatus. 1,601,589 ; Sept. 28. 

Astle, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington, Del. Con- 
trol valve for air-brake apparatus. 1,601,590 ; Sept. 28. 

Astle, William Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington. Del. Con- 
trol valve for air-brake apparatus. 1,601,591 ; Sept. 28. 

Astle. William, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington, Del. Con- 
trol valve for air-brake apparatus. 1,601.592 ; Sept. 28. 

Astle, William, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. P. Wilson, East Or- 
ange, N. J., M. E. Hamilton, Pawtucket. R. I., and 
S. G. Neal, New York, N. Y., assignors to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington, Del. Fluid- 
pressure-brake control valve. 1,601,586 ; Sept. 28. 

Astle. William, Brooklyn, N. Y., E. P. Wilson, East Or- 
ange, N. J., M. E. Hamilton, Pawtucket, R. I., and 
S. G. Neal, New York, N. Y., assignors to Automatic 
Straight Air Brake Company, Wilmington. Del. Con- 
trol valve for air-brake apparatus. 1,601,587 : Sept. 28. 

Astley, Robert, Boston, Mass. Envelope and stamp mois- 
tener. 1,571,180; Feb. 2. 

Astley, William H., Lincoln, Nebr. Gasoline-price Indica- 
tor. 1.598,416; Aug. 31. 

Aston, Albert A. (See Bates, A., Ricks, and Aston.) 

Astorg, Paul. (See Donald, L. E., and Astorg.) 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company, New York, N. Y. Metal structure. 
1,584,711 ; May 18. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company, New York, N. Y. Head-gate 
hoist mechanism. 1,586,393 ; May 25. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company. Universal joint for driving dump- 
car bodies. 1,610.074 ; Dec. 7. 

Astrom, Carl P., East Orange, N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Treadwell Company. Driving connection for dump-car 
bodies. 1.610,075 ; Dec. 7. 

Astrom, John, Fort Wayne, Ind. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,584,348 ; May 11. 

Atack, Frederick W., Manchester, England. Sulphurizing 
organic compounds. 1,571,181 ; Feb. 2. 

Atamian, Charles. (See Chortanian, G., and Atamian.) 

Atchley, Frank M., Nashville, Tenn. Spectacle clasp. 
1,591,732; July 6. 

Atckison, Edward J., assignor to Southwestern Condenser 
Company, Los" Angeles, Calif. Condensing system. 
1.595,334 : Aug. 10. 

Ateliers H. Cuenod Societe" Anonyme, The. (See Juillard, 
Ernest, assignor.) 

Athabasca Oil Products Limited. (See Clarke, Nicholas 
S., assignor.) 

Atherton, Albert, Woodhaven, assignor to The Western 
Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Metal- 
lic duplex system of telegraphy. 1,584,681 ; May 11. 

Atherton, Albert. Woodhaven, N. Y., and G. W. Janson, 
Nutley, N. J., assignors to The Western Union Tele- 
graph Company, New York, N. Y. Duplex telegraph 
system. 1,584,682 ; May 11. 

Atherton, Charles, assignor to Remote Control Valve 
and Manufacturing Company, Pasadena, Calif. Re- 
mote-control valve appartus. 1,585,816 ; May 25. 

Atherton, Frederick H., Paden City, W. Va. Antisplash 
device for motor vehicles. 1,579,623 ; Apr. 6. 

Athimon, Francis. Paris, France. Brake-control mecha- 
nism. 1.606,683 : Nov. 9. 

Athol Machine & Foundry Co. (See Walker, James B., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FitOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Atkin, Samuel T., Georgetown, Tex. Wick trimmer. 
1 570 194 * Jan 19. 

Atkin, William R. (See MeCandlish, D., and Atkin.) 

Atkins, Albert B., San Diego, Calif. Bushing-pulling de- 
vice. 1,599,738; Sept. 14. 

Atkins, Clarence E., East Providence, R. I., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to The Waterbury Farrei 
Foundry and Machine Co., Waterbury, Conn. Wire- 
drawing machine. 1,568,793 ; Jan. 5. 

Atkins, Don C, Denver, Colo. Treating wood, metal, and 
concrete. 1,575,521 ; Mar. 2. 

Atkins, E. C, & Company. (See Whitney, William E., 
assignor.) 

Atkins, Harry F., Peterborough, assignor to The British 
Cutlery Research Association, Sheffield, England. 
Welding machine. 1,601,283 ; Sept. 28. 

Atkins, James B., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Demountable rim. 
1,595,335 : Aug. 10. 

Atkinson, Charles ' H., Saratoga. Calif. Door-control 
mechanism. 1,576,704 ; Mar. 16. 

Atkinson, Donald T., San Antonio, Tex. Self-retaining 
trachea laryngoscope. 1.607,788 ; Nov. 23. 

Atkinson, Frederick C, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to 
John W. Garland, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Destructive 
distillation. 1,572,510 ; Feb. 9. 

Atkinson, George K., Aurora, Ind. Vehicle mounting. 
1.583,106; May 4. 

Atkinson, George W., Springfield, Mass. Jack receptacle- 
testing device. 1,604,798; Oct. 26. 

Atkinson, Herbert S., East Orange, N. J., assignor to The 
Hayward Company, New York, N. Y. Bucket. 
1,579,624; Apr. 6. 

Atkinson, James R.. Vancouver, British Columbia, Can- 
ada. Surgical splint. 1,577.782 ; Mar. 23. 

Atkinson, James S., London, Westminster, England, as- 
signor to Societe Anonyme des Apparels de Manuten- 
tion & Fours Stein, Paris, France. Furnace for the 
combustion of fuel. 1,583,436 ; May 4. 

Atkinson, Joseph T., and M. A. Thrasher, Cotton Plant, 
Ark. Steam veneer drier. 1,579,994 ; Apr. 6. 

Atkinson, Leopold J., Wanganui, assignor to Gibsons & 
Paterson, Limited, Wellington, New Zealand. Door or 
gate fastening. 1,597,856 ; Aug. 31. 

Atkinson, Lyle G. (See Alexander, J. N., and Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Underground Cable Company, Pittsburgh. 
Pa. Cable joint. 1,583.766 ; May 4. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Underground Cable Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cable-joint structure. 1,589,505 ; June 22. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
Standard Underground Cable Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cable insulation. 1,604,334 ; Oct. 26. 

Atkinson, Spencer R. (See Angle, E. H., and Atkinson.) 

Atkinson, Willard S., Ashland, N. J., assignor to Atlantic 
Elevator Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Elevator brak- 
ing system. 1,577,999 ; Mar. 23. 

Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railway Company ; B. L. 
Bugg, receiver. (See Kirkland, Albert W., assignor.) 

Atlanta Hilco Corporation. (See Weems, Chester N., as- 
signor.) 

Atlanta Model Machine Company. (See Robeson, Edna 
G., assignor.) 

Atlantic Can Company. (See Smith, Harry K., assignor.) 

Atlantic Coast Fisheries Company, The. (See Cooke, A. 
II. , and Taylor, assignors.) 

Atlantic Elevator Company. (See Atkinson, Willard S., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic India Rubber Works. (See Harbaugh, D. F., and 
Moore, assignors.) 

Atlantic Manufacturing Company. (See Booth, Clarence 
Y., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (Sec Chillas, Richard 
B., jr.. assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Johansen, Ernst 
M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Lewis, Joseph 
\\\. assignor.) 

Atlas Alloy Steel Corporation. (See Johnson. A. D.. and 
Schulzo, assignors.) 

Atlas & Blubm, Inc. (See Lipslus, Morris, assignor.) 

Atlas Body Company. (See Mablow. William II.. as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Box Company. (See Redemski, Albert J., assignor.) 

Atlas Can Company. (See McGarrahan, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Car and Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Wright, Samson D., assignor.) 

Atlas Devices Company, Inc. (See Stoetzel, Joseph J., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Manufacturing Company. (Sec Ernst, William, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Brandt, Millard, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Crelghton, Henry J., as- 
signor.) 

Adas Powder Company. (See Djidics, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Fletcher, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Grant, Harry L., assignor.) 



Atlas Powder Company. (See Grant, H. L., and Farren, 
assignors.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Jessen, Charles C., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See McFarland, David M., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Pratt, Carl D., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Taylor, A. M., and 
Buote, assignors.) 

Atlas Steel Casting Co. (See Sullivan, Leo G., assignor.) 

Atlas Tack Corporation. (See Jacques, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Collett, Emii, 
assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See De Jahn, Fred- 
erik W., assignor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Dely, Joseph 
G., assignor.) 

Ator, Thomas F., Plentywood, Mont. Dirigible head- 
light. 1,600,267 ; Sept. 21. 

Attarian, Bedros T. (See Attarian, Sarkis T. and B. T.) 

Attarian, Sarkis T., Philadelphia, Pa., and B. T. At 
tarian, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brush. 1,573.758 ; Feb. 16 

Attaway, William, assignor to Dixie Cake Company, Inc.. 
Spartanburg, S. C. Box top. Des. 69,341 ; Feb. 2. 

Attendu, Andre C, assignor to Attendu Engines Limited. 
Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Regulating internal-com- 
bustion engines. 1,577.551 ; Mar. 23. 

Attendu Engines, Limited. (See Attendu, Andre C, as- 
signor.) 

Atterholt, Oliver S., Frostburg, Md. Goblet or similar 
article of glassware. Des. 71,041 ; Sept. 14. 

Atterholt, Oliver S., Frostburg, Md. Tumbler or similar 
article of glassware. Des. 71,042 ; Sept. 14. 

Attias, Isidor. (See Rothenberg, M., and Attias.) 

Atticks, George M., Lemoyne, Pa., assignor of one-half 
to Manbeck Baking Company. Dough-ball-spacing ma- 
chine. 1,588,085 ; June 8. 

Attleboro Braiding Co. (See Burlingame, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

Attula, Ernst F., Los Angeles, Calif. Fountain pen. 
1,607,111 ; Nov. 16. 

Atwater, Harry A., Kansas City, Mo. Furnace construc- 
tion. 1,573,507; Feb. 16. 

Atwater, Harry A., Kansas City, Mo. Gas-burning heat- 
• er. 1,610,229 ; Dec. 14. 

Atwater Kent Manufacturing Company. (See Da Costa, 
Robert C, assignor.) 

Atwell, Ernest T., Independence, Mo. Signal. 1,568,803 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Atwell, Harold V., Whiting, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Whiting. Ind., and Chicago, 111. Liquid 
and mechanical seals. 1.5S5.276 ; May 18. 

Atwell, John, Dungannon, assignor of one-fourth to D. 
Brown, Donaghmore, and one-fourth, to A. Cuthbert. 
Carrickfergus, Ireland. Power-driven saw used for fell- 
ing and cutting trees. 1,611.985 : Dec. 28. 

Atwood, Edwin W., et al. (See Burrows, Eastman A., 
assignor.) 

Atwood, Eugene, assignor to Atwood Machine Company, 
Stonington, Conn. Spindle-driving mechanism. 

1,568,539; Jan. 5. 

Atwood. George D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle closure 
1.609.453 : Doc. 7. 

Atwood, Harry N., Monson, assignor to Rubwood. Inc.. 
Lawrence, Mass. Composite vehicle wheel. 1,5S5,324 ; 
May 18. 

Atwood, Harry N., Smithfield, N. C., assignor to Rub- 
wood, Inc., Lawrence, Mass. Composite packing ele- 
ment. 1,593,325; July 20. 

Atwood, James T.. Rockford, 111. Sash operator. 
1,590,997 : June 29. 

Atwood, John D., Marion, 111. Turbine. 1.574,228 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Atwood Machine Company. (See Atwood, Eugene, as- 
signor.) 

Atwood Machine Company. (See Bradley, Edward E., as- 
signor.) 

Atwood, William J. (See Schatz, William A., assignor.) 

Atwood, Winfield A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric switch. 

1,589,924; Juno 22. 

Atz, Robert, Denver, Colo. Spraying machine. 1,591,693 ; 
July 6. 

Atzberger, Frank X., East Islip, N. Y. Radiator. 
1,580,633; Apr. 13. 

Atzberger, Philip J.. Cleveland, Ohio. Fluid-transmission 
mechanism. 1.606,913 ; Nov. 16. 

Au, Carl H., assignor of one-half to J. C. Hoyt, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Recorder. 1,604.732 ; Oct. 26. 

Au. Carl H., assignor of one-half to J. C. Hovt, Wash 
ington. D. C. Recorder. 1,609,008 ; Nov. 30. 

Aubry, Eimle. Paris, and G. Boreau, Viroflay, France. 
Apparatus for automatic playing of violins or other 
stringed musical instruments played with bows. 
1,603,658; Oct. 19. 

Aubuchont, Richard J., Worcester, Mass. Cutting or 
scoring machine. 1,579,995 ; Apr. 6. 

Auburn Automobile Company. (See Crawford, James M., 
assignor.) 

Auchlncloss, John, Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Synchronizing system. 1,580,800 ; 
Apr. 13. 



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31 



Auchineloss, William K., assignor to American Car and 
Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Tank-car valve 
and gauge mechanism. 1,579,203 ; Apr. 6. 

Audet, Engene, Cambridge, Mass. Railway-car wheel. 
1,599,547; Sept. 14. 

Audibert, Jean F. A., Marseille, France. Treatment of 
the seed of the carob tree. 1,593,544 ; July 20. 

Audiphone Company of America. (See Reynolds, Eg- 
bert A., assignor.) 

Auerbach, Lawrence, and L. Kover, Pageton, W. Va. Ap- 
paratus for drawing gas from mines. 1,612,599 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Auerbach, Zemach, New York, N. Y. Card index. 
1,583,437; May 4. 

Auger, Joseph T., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Bendix Brake Company, Chicago, 111. 
Brake. Rel6,459 ; Nov. 9. 

Auger, Nelson J., Newburyport, Mass. Shade bracket. 
1,604,871; Oct. 26. 

August, Frederick C, Enfield, England. Controlling the 
delivery of liquids. 1,571,464 ; Feb. 2. 

August, Johannes R. C. (See Hunter, Edgar K., as- 
signor.) 

Augusta Bedding Company. (See Rickerson, Grady G., 
assignor.) 

Augustine Automatic Rotary Engine Company. (See 
Augustine, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Augustine, Benjamin F„ assignor to Augustine Auto- 
matic Rotary Engine Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Crank- 
shaft connection and lubricating same. 1,602,960 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Augustine, Roy W., Oak Park, assignor to Joy-Kelsey Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Tuning coupler. 1,611,151 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Aulbach, Charles J., assignor to Passaic Metal Ware 
Company, Passaic, N. J. Can-heading machine. 
1,581,625; Apr. 20. 

Aulbach, Charles J., assignor to Passaic Metal Ware Com- 
pany, Passaic, N. J. Sifter top for receptacles. 
1.588.S70 ; June 15. 

Aulbach, Charles J., assignor to Passaic Metal Ware Com- 
pany, Passaic, N. J. Container. 1,611,575 ; Dec. 21. 

Auld, D. L., Company, The. (See Auld, Fredrick H., 
assignor.) 

Auld, D. L., Company, The. (See Hyatt, Raymond D„ 
assignor.) 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Switch plate. Des. 69,811 ; Apr. 6. 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Spare-fishing-line holder and reel 
therefor. 1,568,309 ; Jan. 5. 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Hub-cap-attaching means. 1,568,707 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Decorating metal plates. 1,580,773 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Auld, Frederick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Cap for radiators of automobiles. 
1,588.567; June 15. 

Auld, Fredrick H., assignor to The D. L. Auld Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Name plate and producing it. 
1,599,073; Sept. 7. 

Auld, John A. (See Jones, E. F.. and Auld.) 

Auld, John A., assignor to Erie Steel Construction Com- 
pany, Erie, Pa. Material - handling apparatus. 
1,599,401; Sept. 14. 

Auld, John J.. Granite Falls. Minn. Voting mechanism. 
1.606.914 ; Nov. 16. 

Auld Pneumatic Action Company. (See La Joie, H. J., 
Urquhart, and Pokorny, assignors.) 

Auld's Incorporated. (See Wilson, Delbert I., assignor.) 

Aulenback, James R., Worcester, Mass. Adjustable gauge. 
1,571,783 ; Feb. 2. 

Auletta, Alfred, assignor of one-fourth to P. Paris, one- 
fourth to G. Merola, and one-fourth to J. A. Luther, 
Bayonne, N. J. Door-operating mechanism. 1,594,329 ; 
July 27, 

Aull, Benedict M., assignor to Pendleton Manufacturing 
Companv, Autun, S. C. Interwoven padding for use 
on ironing machines. 1,584,503 ; May 11. 

Aull, Jerome J., assignor to The Lunkenheimer Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Lubricator. 1,580.990 ; Apr. 13. 

Aulson, John W., Lynn, Mass. Leather-graining ma- 
chine. 1,574,534 ; Feb. 23. 

Ault, Horace B., Morristown, assignor to Tennessee 
Tool Works, Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. Machine for 
marking or painting lines. 1,584.687 ; May 11. 

Aupperle, James A. (See Beck, W. J., and Au'pperle.) 

Aurand, Edward L., Teaneck. N. J., assignor to American 
Radiator Company, New York, N. Y. Pump or com- 
pressor. 1,607,383 : Nov. 16. 

Aurelius, Bernard E., assignor of one-half to E. A. 
Aurelius. Braham, Minn. Beater. 1,606,684 ; Nov. 9. 

Aurelius, Eugene A. (See Aurelius, Bernard E., as- 
signor.) 

Aurora Steel Products Company. (See Furnas, Don R., 
assignor.) 

Aurynger, John J„ Brooklyn, N. Y. Condenser. 1,603,184 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Aurynger. John J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Condenser. 1,608,472 ; 
Nov. 23. 



Ausas, Simon B., Barcelona, Spain. Electric-arc lump. 
1,579,058; Mar. 30. 

Ausdal, George, Marshalltown, Iowa. Door latch. 
1,570,195; Jan. 19. 

Auspitzer, Alfred J., Munich, Germany. Device for ad- 
justment of the side angle of sighting instruments. 
1,571,177 ; Feb. 2. 

Auspitzer, Alfred J., Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to Traho Metallic Joint 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Making connections in 
cables and the like. 1,599,356; Sept. 7. 

Auspitzer, Alfred J., Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Traho Metallic Joint 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for use in 
making connections between the ends of cables and the 
like. 1,599,357 ; Sept. 7. 

Auspitzer, Otto, Neu Oderberg, Czechoslovakia. Method 
and apparatus for comminuting solids and forming 
colloidal solutions. 1,577.052 ; Mar. 16. 

Aust, Arthur A., Columbus, Ohio. Windmill. 1,577,096 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Austen, Albert J. (See Middleyard, D., Austen, and 
Melvin.) 

Austen, Edward W. (See Pierce, L. D., and Austen.) 

Auster. Louis and M., New York, N. Y. Tobacco pouch. 
1,594,989 ; Aug. 3. 

Auster, Marie. (See Auster, Louis and M.) 

Austerweil, Ge"za, Boulogne, and L. Peufaillit, Lille, 
France. Quick retting of flax, hemp, and other tex- 
tile plants. 1,593,788 ; July 27. 

Austin, Albert. (See Drtfjeld, P., and Austin.) 

Austin, Arthur 0., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Preparing clay or body composition for ceramic 
articles. 1,569,251 ; Jan. 12. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Holder for cables or the like. 1,578,252 ; Mar. 30. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Attaching means for cables or the like. 1,578,253 : 
Mar. 30. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Transmission line. 1,581,154 ; Apr. 20. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Insulator. 1,585,359 ; May 18. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
Preparing material for ceramic articles. 1,589,617 ; 
June 22. 

Austin, Arthur ' O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Bushing-insulator terminal. 1,607,424 ; Nov. 16. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Method and apparatus for testing insulators. 
1,607,425 : Nov. 16. 

Austin. Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Assembling insulator parts. 1,609,598 ; Dec. 7. 

Austin, Arthur O., Barberton, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. 
High-tension installation. 1,611,871 ; Dec. 28. 

Austin, Atwell, and H. Wilson, Lansing, Kans. Safety 
device for grade crossings. 1,588,291 ; June 8. 

Austin, .Bascom O., East Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 
Switching device. 1.590,405 ; June 29. 

Austin, Bascom O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
apparatus. 1,590,406 ; June 29. 

Austin, Bascom O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Motor- 
control system. 1.592.325 ; July 13. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Con- 
troller. 1,601,336; Sept. 28. 

Austin, Bascum O., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
apparatus ; 1,606,738 ; Nov. 16. 

Austin, Clarence G., Woodstock, assignor of one-half to 

B. W. Lance, Geneva, 111. Toy gas-filling pump. 
1,581,906; Apr. 20. 

Austin, Elias N., New York, N. Y. Milk dispensing and 

measuring device. 1,576,497 ; Mar. 16. 
Austin, Enoch W.. Okmulgee* Okla. Vehicle tire. 

1,579,059: Mar. 30. 
Austin, F. C, Machinery Company. (See Devick, Joseph 

C, assignor.) 

Austin, Frederick W., Oldham, England. Chain-controlling 
mechanism for tufted-pile-fabric looms. 1,576,892 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Austin, Gilbert, J. C. Macfarlane, and W. A. Macfar- 
lane, Glasgow. Scotland. Electric motor for use on 
a constant-current variable-voltage System. 1,573,508; 
Feb. 16. 

Austin, Harold E.. assignor to American Creosoting- Com- 
pany, Louisvillf. Ky. Mixing, disintegrating, or homog- 
enizing machines. 1.587,063 ; June 1. 

Austin, Herbert. Bromsgrove, England. Head fitting 
for motor vehicles. 1.582,623 ; Apr. 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Driving wheel of 
tractors and other agricultural implements. 1,591,694 ; 
July 6. 

Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Hood buffer. 
1,594,343; Aug. 3. ,„„,,, 

Austin, Herbert, Bromsgrove, England. Spoked whee. 
of metal. 1,609,046; Nov. 30. 

Austin, Herbert A., assignor to American Narrow Fabric 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Display carton. Des. 
71,513 ; Nov. 23. „ . , • ■ 

Austin, John B. (See Applegate, K. R., and Austin.) 

Austin, John T., Hartford, Conn. Automatic tracker and 
sheet regulation. 1,602,369; Oct. 5. 

Austin, Joseph H., and B. W. Ginn, Bichmond, Va., as- 
signors to The American Tobacco Company, New York, 
N. Y. Machine and process for blending and stripping 
tobacco. 1,588,511 ; June 15. 

Austin, Louis W., Washington, D. C. Signaling system. 
1,597,420; Aug. 24. 

Austin Manufacturing Co. (See Beatty, W. T., Davis, 
and Wilson, assignors.) 

Austin, Nathan C, Tacoma, Wash. Incandescent lamp 
for automobile headlights. 1,594,485 ; Aug. 3. 

Austin, Ralph W., Quincy, Mass. Fire extinguisher. 
1,582,724; Apr. 27. 

Austin, Roger K. (See Beckwith, C. J., and Austin.) 

Austin, Walter M., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Circuit 
breaker. 1,578,572 ; Mar. 30. 

Austin, Walter M., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electrical 
coil. 1,588,512. m , 

Austin, Walter M., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Mak- 
ing tripping coils. 1,610,230 ; Dec. 14. 

Austin, Walter M., Swissvale, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Field-dis- 
charge switch. 1,612,347 ; Dec. 28. 

Austin, William C, Anderson, S. C. Pipe-forming ma- 
chine. 1,576,127 ; Mar. 9. 

Austin, William E. (See Stein, H., Austin, and Liebo- 
witz.) 

Auth, Charles, New York, assignor to E. L. Auth, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Automatic battery-charging system. 
1,574,747 ; Mar. 2. 

Auth, Emma L. (See Auth. Charles, assignor.) 

Auto Betterment Corporation. (See Hartwell, Albert E., 
assignor.) 

Autocall Company, The. (See Hornaday, T. F., and 
Kittleberger, assignors.) 

Autocar Company, The. (See Brumbaugh, Andrew K„ 
assignor.) , 

Autodrive Company, The. (See Gill, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Autographic Register Company. (See Oliver, Walter E., 
assignor.) 

Auto Loading Device Manufacturing Company. (See 
Fedderman. George C, assignor.) 

Auto-Mailing Machinery Company. (See Smith, Edwin 
R., assignor.) 

Auto-Mailing Machinery Company. (See Smith, E. R., 
Rice, and Jackson, assignors.) 

Automat Molding & Folding Machine Company, The. 
(See Aldrich, J. P., and Morris, assignors.) 

Automatic Appliance Company, The. (See Mapel, Lewis 
A., assignor.) 

Auto-Matic-Auto Lock Co. (See Michael, Robert W., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Boiler Cleaner Company. (See Stockholder, 
John H., assignor.) 

Automatic Coil Winder & Electrical Equipment Com- 
pany Limited, The. (See Macadie, Donald, assignor.) 

Automatic Corporation, The. (See Wyatt, Arthur H., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Lomax, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Martin, Talbot G., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Powell, Winfred T., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company. (See Wicks, John, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Heater Company. (See Clark, Warren 
F., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Andres, Paul G., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Benson, William A., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Blessing, John G., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Boswau, Hans P., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Campbell, Wilson L., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Crocker, Thomas F., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Dyson, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc (See Erickson, Charles J., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Erickson, John, assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Erickson, John and C. J., 
assignors.) 



Automatic Electric Inc. (See Erickson, J., and Oberg- 
fell, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Fish, Herbert L., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Gardner, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Gardner, J. E., and 
Bellamy, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Gillings, C, and Mercer, 
assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Hoffman, Vance E., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Homrighous, John H., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Jacobsen, Emll, assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Keith, Alexander E., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. See Lomax, Clarence E., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Mahoney, Harry P., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric, Inc. (See Martin, Talbot G., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Martin, T. G., and Willis, 
assignors. ) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Mellinger, Edward A., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Nelson, Martin L., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Ostline, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Owen, William W., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Powell, Winfred T., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Ray, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Richardson, Rodney G., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Sengebusch, H., and Erick- 
son, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Stehlik, Rudolph F., as- 
signor. ) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Wicks, John, assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Inc. (See Willis, Bernard D., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Tool Company. (See Davis, F. N., and 
Laube, assignors.) 

Automatic Electric Washer Company. (See Seeds, George, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Furnace Oxidator and Manufacturing Com- 
pany, The. (See Miller, John J. A., assignor.) 

Automatic Guard and Signal Corporation, The. (See 
Jacobson, Ole A., assignor.) 

Automatic Lock and Closer Company. (See Hill, John 
T., assignor.) 

Automatic Machine Company. (See Coulter, James, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Machine Development Corporation. (See 
Kibbe, Preston F., assignor.) 

Automatic Material Hoist Company. (See Allen, Edwin 
A., assignor.) 

Automatic Printing Devices Company. (See Berndt, 
Richard F., assignor.) 

Automatic Printing Devices Company. (See Berndt, 
R. F., and Collischonn, assignors.) 

Automatic Refrigerating Company, The. (See Lund- 
gaard, Ivar, assignor.) 

Automatic Refrigerating Company, The. (See Marshall, 
Albert T., assignor.) 

Automatic Sales Corporation. (See McRee, Hiliary B., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Scale Company, Limited, The. (See Blick, 
Ernest L., assignor.) 

Automatic Shoe Shiner Corporation. (See Thomas, 
Harold D., assignor.) 

Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 
Ernest A., assignor.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Astle. 
William, assignor.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Astle, 
W., Wilson, Hamilton, and Neal, assignors.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Hamilton, 
M. E., and Wilson, assignors.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Neal, 
Spencer G., assignor.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Neal, S. G., 
and Wilson, assignors.) 

Automatic Straight Air Brake Company. (See Neal, 
S. G., Astle. and Wilson, assignors.) 

Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company. (See 
Harrison, Harry H., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company. (See 
Hudd, Alfred E., assignor.) 

Automatic Transportation Company. (See Carr, Wil- 
liam C., assignor.) 

Automatic Word Counter, Inc. (See Llorens, Louis M„ 
assignor.) 

Automobile Blue Books, Inc. (See Plume, Gifford W., 
assignor.) 

Automobile Equipment Manufacturing Corporation. (See 
Saner, George, assignor.) 

Automotive Gauge Co. (See Kauffmann, Frederick, as- 
signor.) 



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Automotive Hardware Corporation. (See Goddard, Fred- 
erick A., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Heon. 
Horace C, assignor.) 

Automotive Valves Co., The. (See Burnett, Everett E., 
assignor.) 

Auto Pneumatic Action Company. (See Danquard, 
Thomas, assignor.) 

Autopoint Company. (See Deli, Frank C, assignor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Bloom, Edgar J., 
assignor.) 

Auto Bim Company Limited. (See Graham, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Specialties Mfg. to. (See Lucker, Millard B., as- 
signor.) 

Auto Strop Safety Razor Company. (See Curtis, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Auto Theft Alarm Corporation. (See Levinson, Maurice 
C, assignor.) 

Auto Truck Industrial Appliances, Inc. (See Otterson, 
George W., assignor.) 

Avedisvan. Avedis D., Boston, Mass. Shoe shank. 
1.607.861 ; Nov. 23. 

Aveling, Christiaan W., assignor to J. Aveling, Lockport, 
111. Hoisting machinery. 1,569.846 ; Jan. 19. 

Aveling, Julia. (See Aveling, Christiaan W., assignor.) 

Avera, Arch U., Florence, Ala. Tractor. 1,570,547 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Avera, Arch TJ., Florence, Ala. Power-transmission sys- 
tem for boats and the like. 1,583.641 ; May 4. 

Avera, Arch V., Florence, Ala. Electrical power trans- 
mission. 1.591,953 ; July 13. 

Averill, Charles C, Wichita Falls, Tex., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Brady Process Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Apparatus for treating cut oil and the 
like. 1.606.685 ; Nov. 9. 

Averill. Earl A., Mount Vernon, N. T. Weighing device. 
1.606,333 : Nov. 9. 

Averill. Earl A., Mount Vernon, assignor to The Super- 
heater Company. New York, X. Y. Method and device 
for treating liquids. 1.577,157 ; Mar. 16. 

Averill, Earl A.. Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to Loco- 
motive Feed Water Heater Company. Locomotive feed- 
water-heating system. 1,585,226 : May 18. 

Averill, Earl A., Mount Vernon, assignor to The Super- 
heater Company, New York, N. Y. Heat-transferring 
device. 1.606,739 ; Nov. 16. 

Averill, Henry D. (See Gammon, T. E., and Averill.) 

Averill Mfg. Co. (See Parsons, George H., assignor.) 

Averill Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hopf, Rudolph 
A., assignor.) 

Averill, Willard C, jr., Houston, Tex. Apparatus for 
separating hydrocarbons. 1.573,025 ; Feb. 16. 

Averill, Willard C. jr., Houston, Tex. Mining sulphur. 
1.573,026: Feb. 16. 

Averill, Willard C. jr., Houston, Tex. Separating hy- 
drocarbons. 1.577,440 ; Mar. 23. 

Averill, William H.. Dorchester, assignor to United Drug 
Co., Boston, Mass. Display device. 1.592.413 ; July 13. 

Avery, B. F., & Sons. (See Ray, Charles T., assignor.) 

Avery, Charles E., East Orange, assignor to Manhattan 
Electrical Supply Company, Incorporated, Jersey City, 
N. J. Electrical receptacle. 1,582,957 ; May 4. 

Avery, Charles E., East Orange, assignor to Manhattan 
Electrical Supply Company, Incorporated. Jersey City, 
N. J. Electrical receptacle. 1,602.370 ; Oct. 5. 

Avery, Clarence W., and W. G. Vesey, assignors to 
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Mich. Glass machin- 
ery. 1.593.997 : July 27. 

Avery, Edward S., East Hampton, N. Y. Rubber-coated 
metal and method of production. 1,587.742 ; June 8. 

Avery, George G., Tulsa, Okla. Can cutter and opener. 
1,610.727 : Dec. 14. 

Avery, Harold T., San Luis Obispo, Calif. Flving ma- 
chine. 1,601.337 : Sept. 28. 

Avery, Henry A., assignor to Corona Typewriter Com- 
pany, Inc., Groton, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1,601.489 ; Sept. 28. 

Avery. W. & T., Limited. (See Grandjean, Adolphe, as- 
signor. ) 

Avery, W. & T.. Limited. (See Sykes, Cameron M., as- 
signor.) 

Avery, Walter S.. Knoxville, Tenn. Automatic and 
adjustable burette and funnel holder. 1. 585. 959 ; 
May 25. 

Avila, Stephen, New Bedford. Mass. Trap-nest construc- 
tion. 1,589,830 ; June 22. 

Avin, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Hat. 1,582.812 ; Apr. 
27. 

Avis. Samuel W., Hartford, Conn. Sewing machine. 
1.602,143; Oct. 5. 

Avis. Samuel W., West Hartford, Conn. Presser-foot 
mechanism for sewing machines. 1.602.140 ; Oct. 5. 

Avis, Samuel W., West Hartford, Conn. Trimming mech- 
anism for sewine machines. 1,602.141 : Oct. 5. 

Avis. Samuel W.. West Hartford, Conn. Feed mechanism 
for sewing machines. 1.602,142 ; Oct. 5. 

Avis, Samuel W.. West Hartford, Conn. Trimming mech- 
anism for sewing machines. 1,602,144 ; Oct. 5. 

Avis. Samuel W.. West Hartford. Conn. Feed mechanism 
for sewing machines. 1,602.145 ; Oct. 5. 

Avon Canning Company. (See Lefevre, E. H., and Walker, 
assignors.) 

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Avrum, M. II., & Company. (See Hackett, Edwin L., 
assignor.) 

Avril, Joseph, assignor of one-half to Pacific States Bed- 
ding & Furniture Co., Los Angeles. Calif. Nonstretch- 
able mattress. 1,576,893: Mar. 16. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window-sash construction. 
1,589,733 : June 22. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company. 
Inc.. Syracuse, N. Y. Weather strip or buffer for 
window sashes. 1,590,714 : June 29. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc.. Syracuse, N. Y. Window-sash construction. 
1,594,765 ; Aug. 3. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Holder for window sashes. 
1,595,493; Aug. 10. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc.. Syracuse, N. Y. Window sash and and lock. 
1.609,276; Nov. 30. 

Axelman, Harry W. (See Axelman, Mayer and H. W.) 

Axelman, Mayer and H. W., Chicago, 111. Reenforced 
suitcase. 1,572,868 ; Feb. 9. 

Axelsen, Ernest F., Larimore, N. Dak. Hat-retaining de- 
vice. 1,593,524 ; July 20. 

Axelson, Delbert F., assignor to Axelson Machine Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Load indicator. 1,585.634 : 
May 25. 

Axelson, Fritz, Denver, Colo. Starting-crank support. 
1.583,566; May 4. 

Axelson. Jule C, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Axelson 
Machine Co. Sucker rod. 1,599,270 ; Sept. 7. 

Axelson, Jule C., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Axelson 
Machine Company. Standing-valve puller. 1,601,964 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Axelson Machine Company. (See Axelson, Delbert F., 
assignor.) 

Axelson Machine Company. (See Jardh. Wilhelm. as- 
signor.) 

Axelson Machine Co. (See Axelson, Jule C, assignor.) 

Axilrod, Meyer, Philadelphia, Pa. Power and transmis- 
sion mechanism. 1,586.511 ; June 1. 

Axilrod, Meyer, Reading, Pa. Power-transmission mecha- 
nism. 1.602.806: Oct. 12. 

Axt, Joseph, Milwaukee, Wis. Spirit level. 1,596,329 ; 
Aug. 1(. 

Ayars, Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Com- 
pany, Salem, N. J. Canning machine. 1,570,986 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Ayars. Charles H., assignor to Ayars Machine Company, 
Salem, N. J. Machine for quartering vegetables. 
1,610.236: Dec. 14. 

Ayars Machine Company. (See Ayars, Charles H., as- 
signor. ) 

Aydelotte, William H., assignor to The Shredded Wheat 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Baking and drying 
oven. 1.592,414 ; July 13. 

Ayer. Albert E., deceased, by M. A. Ayer, administratrix, 
Winthrop, assignor to J. H. Stewart, Lynn, Mass. 
Counter-molding machine. 1.600.967 ; Sept. 28. 

Ayer Company, The. (See Harris, Thomas S., assignor.) 

Ayer, Jules, London, England. Headlights of vehicles. 
1,580,276 ; Apr. 13. 

Ayer, Mary A., administratrix. (See Ayer, Albert E.) 

Ayer, William T., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Machine for making paper shells. 
1,575,894 ; Mar. 9. 

Ayers, Walter L., Marshall, Tex. Pump. 1.611.710; 
Dec. 21. 

Ayling, George W., Springfield, 111. Kite. 1.56S.360 : 
Jan. 5. 

Aymar, John W., jr.. Montclair, N. J. Waslier-piacing 
apparatus. 1,576.297 ; Mar. 9. 

Aymard, Malcolm F. L. A., London, England. Variable- 
speed gearing. 1,576.399 : Mar. 9. 

Aymer, Josephine P., Denver, Colo. Lingerie clasp. 
1,591,263 ; July 6. 

Ayres, Andrus D., Kalamazoo, Mich. Automatic means 
for manipulating and controlling the catches of um- 
brellas. 1,569,447; Jan. 12. 

Ayres. Arthur U. (See Jones, L. D., and Ayres.) 

Ayres, Elwood B., Melrose Park, assignor to Proctor and 
Schwartz, Incorporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Carrying 
frame for leather driers. 1,572.831 ; Feb. 9. 

Ayres. Elwood B., Melrose Park, assignor to Proctor 
and Schwartz, Philadelphia, Pa. Roller chain for 
silk driers. 1.584,593 ■ May 11. 

Ayres, Elwood B., Melrose Park, and A. O. Hurxthal, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Proctor and Schwartz, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Locking device for dry- 
ing frames. 1,572,832 ; Feb. 9. 

Ayres, Eugene E., jr., Chester, Pa., assignor to The 
Sharpies Specialty Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Re 
solving emulsions. 1.570.9S7 ; Jan. 26." 

Azara, Peter, New York, N. Y. Presser-foot attachment 
1,596,789; Aug. 17. 

Azor Motor Manufacturing Company, The. (See Hoff 
Earl B., assignor.) 

Azzara, Giuseppe F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shoe sole 
1.592,751 : July 13. 

B. and B. Machine Company Limited, The. (See Thor 
ling, Frederick J., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



B and B Pipe Shops, Inc. (See Bardeen, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

B-N-B Rubber Company et al. (See Pisk, Clark P., 
assignor.) 

B. O. T. Mfg. Co. (See Tilden, Bert O., assignor.) 

B-S Manufacturing Products Corporation. (See Feeley, 
Matthew R., assignor.) 

P. & S Manufacturing Products Corporation. (See Bra- 
den, R. W., and Stern, assignors.) 

B & S Manufacturing Products Corporation. (See Stern, 
C. and Braden, assignors.) 

Baader, Rudolph, Lubeck, Germany. Apparatus for bon- 
ing large-sized fish. 1,604.733 ; Oct. 26. 

Baalsrud, Nils. (See Baalsrud, Sigurd and N.) 

Baalsrud, Sigurd and N., Oslo, Norway. Mounting for 
the suspension of pictures and other objects. 
1,600.919; Sept. 21. 

Baar, William P., Grand Rapids, Mich. Cutter head. 
1.607.036: Nov. 16. 

Baash, Lawrence F., Los Angeles, Calif. Attachment for 
fishing tools. 1,591,264; July 6. 

Babb, Joseph E., assignor to Waverly Oil Works Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Explosive-fuel mixture and mak- 
ing the same. 1,579,801 ; Apr. 6. 

Babb, Joseph E., assignor to Waverly Oil Works Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Explosive-fuel mixture and mak- 
ing the same. 1,579,802 ; Apr. 6. 

Babb, Joseph E., assignor to Waverly Oil Works Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fuel mixture for internal-com- 
bustion engines. 1,579,803 ; Apr. 6. 

Babbitt, Edwin V., Fairhaven, Mass. Toy soldier. Des 

70.728 ; Aug. 3. 

Babbitt, Edwin V., Fairhaven, Mass. Soldier toy. Des. 

70.729 ; Aug. 3. 

Babbitt. Edwin V., Fairhaven, Mass. Toy sailor. Des 
70,730; Aug. 3. 

Babbitt, Edwin V., Fairhaven, Mass. Combined toy 
hobbyhorse and rider. Des. 71,259 ; Oct. 19. 

Babbitt, Elwin J.. Holland, Mich. Artificial bait. 
1.588,600 ; June 15. 

Babbitt, John F., assignor to J. V. Pilcher, Louisville. 
Ky. Vanity case. 1,596,790 ; Aug. 17. 

Babbitt, John F., assignor to J. V. Pilcher, Louisville, 
Ky. Delay switch. 1.597,709 ; Aug. 31. 

Babcock, Fred J., Dexter, assignor to Stebbins Engineer- 
ing & Manufacturing Company, Watertown, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for making sulphite liquor. 1,576.705 ; Mar. 16. 

Babcock, Garrison, Everett. Wash. Telechronometer cur- 
rent converter. 1,589,582 ; June 22. 

Babcock, Garrison, Everett, Wash. Telephone system. 
1.594,587 ; Aug. 3. 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Brenot, Rene\ 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Cassidy, Perry, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Davy, C. S., and 
Spyer, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company. (See Haniman, Charles 
.).. assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, Isaac, 
jr., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Higgins, Camp- 
bell P.. assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hollick, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hubbard, Nor- 
man, assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hubbard, N., and 
Stillman, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Inslee, Heber C, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Jacobus, David 
s., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kemnal, James, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Lulofs, Warner, 
assignor, i 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Meiklereid, Dun- 
can <;., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Pratt, Arthur I)., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Stillman, Thomas 

I'... assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Wells, Edward 

II., assignor.) 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See WItz, Henry, 

assignor.) 

Baberadt, Karl. (Sec Glattfelter, N. G., and Baberadt.) 

Babiarz, Made], Bayonne, N. J. Window shade and 
curtain support. 1578.000; Mar. 23. 

Babin, Jules, Paris, France. Method and apparatus for 
compressing gas. 1,573,615; Feb. 2. 

Babltt, Joseph, Cleveland, Ohio. Making C clamps. 
1,598,417 ; Aug. 81. 

Babkn. Joseph J., Berwyn, 111. Mixing machine. 
1,571,920; Feb. 9. 

Baecelllerl, Raffaele, Philadelphia, Pa. Die for making 
macaroni, spaghetti, or noodles. 1,591,265 ; July 6. 

Baecelllerl, Raffaele, Philadelphia, Pa. Ratchet mecha- 
nism. 1.592,817 ; July 20. 

Bach, John L. (See Reese, H. D., Edwards, and Bach.) 



Bach, Niels P., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Thermokepv 
Corporation. Sealed vacuum container. 1,568,437 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bach, Niels P., Milburn, N. J., assignor to Thermokept 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Can. 1,568,438; 
Jan. 5. 

Bach. Neils P., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Thermokept 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method of and appa- 
ratus for vacuumizing material. 1,589,452 ; June 22. 

Bach, Neils P., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Thermokept 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Air-seated valve for 
vacuum chambers. 1.589,453; June 22. 

Bach, Neils P., Millburn. N. J., assignor to Thermokept 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Vacuum sealing ma- 
chine. 1,5S9,454 ; June 22. 

Bachelet, Celeste, Mount Vernon, N. Y. Washboard. 
1,5S4,594 ; May 11. 

Bather, Albert, New York. N. Y. Yarn heater and steam- 
er. 1.592.171 ; July 13. 

Bacher, Louis H., jr., Cleveland, Ohio. Antirattling con- 
struction for windows. 1,604,627; Oct. 26. 

Bacble, Andrew. Detroit, Mich. Pedal seal. 1,607,600; 
Nov. 23. 

Bachman, Fayette H., Oakland, Calif. Short-circuit 
switch. 1,575,732 ; May 9. 

Bachman, Jacob. (See Case, O. B., Bachman, and 
Rhoades.) 

Bachmann. Alwin B. (See Keller, J. F., and Bachmann.) 

Bucluuiiiin, Alwin B., assignor to Keller Mechanical En- 
gineering Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Flexible-shaft 
bench grinder. 1,575,307 : Mar. 2. 

Bachmann. Edwin E., Baltimore, Md. Nut lock. 
1.594.088; July 27. 

Bachmaycr, Joseph J. (See Saxton, A. H., and Bach- 
mayer.) 

Bachmayer, Joseph J. (See Saxton, A. H. and J. B., 
and Bachmayer.) 

Bachmeyer, Encelbert W., Hawley, Pa. Supertranspos- 
ing piano. 1.572,841 ; Feb. 9. 

Bachrach, Heinrich, Cassel, Germany. Washboiler with 
furnace. 1,5S9,309 ; June 15. 

Bachrach, Joseph. (See Nilsson, O. F., and Bachrach.) 

tSackemeyev, Henry C, Greenwood, Nebr. Card game. 
1.609,981 ; Dec. 7. 

Backer, Christian B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of two- 
thirds to A/S de Norske Saltverker, Bergen, Norway. 
Producing an adherent coating of an oxygenous mag- 
nesium compound, and object comprising same. 
Reie.340; May 4. 

Backherms, Alvin B., assignor of one-half to E. J. 
Green, Akron, Ohio. Spray nozzle. 1,571,616 ; Feb. 2. 

Backhouse, HeadJey T., Waltbamstow, London, England. 
Sheet-feeding apparatus for printing machines or 
other machines operating on paper sheets. 1,598,545 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet-feeding 
device. 1.610.031 ; Dec. 7. 

Backlind. Fredrick N., Detroit, Minn. Abrading tool. 
1.595.700; Aug. 10. 

Backman, Edward C. Youngstown, Ohio. Sash fastener. 
1,603,825 ; Oct. 19. 

Backstrom, Gustaf V. (See Brown, Perry O., assignor.) 

Backus, Albert, St. Louis, Mo. Shock absorber. 1,605,319 : 
Nov. 2. 

Backus, Clarence G.. assignor to A. P. Munning & Co., 
New York, N. Y. Making anodes. 1,588.513; June 15. 

Backus. John C.. Smethport, Pa. Umbrella rack. 
1,597,565; Aug. 24. 

Backus, John C, Sinethi>ort, Pa. Dental impression tray. 
1.611,152; Dec. 21. 

Bacon, Arthur S., and G. W. Hughson, Oakland, Calif. 
Cylinder-boring tool. 1,586,500 ; May 25. 

Bacon, Charles, Kansas City, Mo. Detachable awning for 
automobiles. 1,005.199; Nov. 2. 

Bacon, Charles. Kansas City, Mo. Awning for auto- 
mobiles. 1.005.200; Nov. 2. 

Bacon, Earnest A.. Stillwater, Minn. Fuse-clip clamp. 
1.608,289 ; Nov. 23. 

Bacon. Frederic S., assignor to M. A. Bacon, Mlddletown, 
Conn. Rotating retort. Rel6.326 ; Apr. 20. 

Bacim. Frederick J.. New London, and I). I.. Day, Groton, 
Conn. Resonance and amplifying chamber for banjos. 
1,008.875 : Nov. 30. 

Bacon, Marlea A. (See Bacon, Frederic S., assignor.) 

Bacon, Preston, Bronxville. assignor to A. Schrader's 
Son. Incorporated, Brooklyn, N. Y. Valves for pneu- 
matic tires or the like. 1,582.624: Apr. 27. 

Bacon. Raymond F., Pelham, and C. H. Kidwell, Dongan 
Hills, N. Y., assignors to J. M. Van Heusen, Boston, 
Mass. Making moldable fabric for various uses. 
Rel 6,423: Sept. 21. 

Bacon, Wendell E„ and G. W. Chamberlain, Aberdeen, 
S. Dak. Holder. 1,590.069 ; June 22. 

Baddfley, James, and .1. Hill, assignors to British Dye- 
stuffs Corporation Limited, Manchester, England. Pro- 
duction of fast greenish-yellow shades on acetyl silk. 
1.011,986; Dec. 28. 

Baddlley, James, and W. W. Tatum, assignors to British 
Dye.stufTs Corporation Limited, Manchester, England. 
Dyestuff of the anthraquinone series and making same. 
1,574,748; Mar. 2. 



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Baddiley, .Tames, J. Hill, and A. Riley, assignors to 
British Dyestuffs Corporation Limited, Manchester, 
England, Azo coloring matter dyeing wool fast to 
milling and obtaining the same. 1.598,109 ; Aug. 31. 

Badding, Nicholas, Oakland, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to J. H. Bolton, Berkeley, Calif. Combined 
vehicle signal, spotlight, and mirror. 1.602,094 ; Oct. 5. 

Badeker. John. Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago Standard 
Metallic Packing Company, Omaha, Nebr. Metallic 
rod packing. 1,583,107 ; May 4. 

Baden, Frederick. (See Stillman, Raymond H., assignor ) 

Bader, Eugene, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clip. 1,600,74S; 
Sept. 21. 

Bader, Herbert, Vienna, Austria. Apparatus for making 
threads and the like of artificial silk. 1,588,292; 
June 8. 

Bader, Kurt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mold for making con- 
crete blocks. 1,584,595; May 11. 

Bader, Kurt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Concrete wall and block 
construction. 1.607.583 ; Nov. 16. 

Bader, Marcel, Mulhouse, France, T. Lombard, Basel, 
Switzerland, C. Sunder, Mulhouse, France, and C. 
Vaucher. assignors to Society Durand & Huguenin S. A., 
Basel, Switzerland. Dyeing and printing of textile 
goods and other materials adapted to be impregnated. 
1 575 95S ' Mar 9 

Bader. Otto' A., New Orleans, La. Coil tool. 1,584,596; 
Mav 11. 

Bader, Walter, Spondon, near Derby, England, assignor 
to American Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing 
Company Limited. Separation of one or more con- 
stituents of liquid mixtures. 1,609,393 ; Dec. 7. 

Badger, E. B., and Sons Company. (See Greene, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Badger, Edward E. (See Young, Edward T., assignor.) 

Badger, Harold R., Buffalo, N. Y. Bread box. 1,593,154 ; 
July 20. 

Badger, Joseph E. and M. K., and V. K. Golden, assignors 
to Textile Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Auto 
robe cable. 1,594,871; Aug. 3. 

Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See Hathaway, 
C. H., and Starck, assignors.) 

Badger Manufacturing Corporation. (See Starck, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Badger Meter Mfg. Company. (See Krueger, Emil M., as- 
signor.) 

Badger, Roy L., Youngstown, Ohio. Low-water alarm. 
1/006,915 ; Nov. 16. 

Badger. Thomas N.. Berkeley, Calif. Mail receiver. 
1,576,894; Mar. 16. 

Badger, Walter L., Ann Arbor. Mich., assignor to Swen- 
son Evaporator Co., Chicago, 111. Evaporation. 
1,009,853 ; Dec. 7. 

Badgley, Gerald J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Duplex 
Motion Picture Industries, Inc. Casing for motion- 
picture projectors. Des. 69,554 ; Mar. 2. 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Fick, Reinhold, as- 
signor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Gaus, W., and 
Lappe, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Giinther, Fritz, 
and Nawaisky, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Giinther, F., and 
Lange, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Immerheiser, C., 
Neubauer. and Scharf, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Just, R., Wilke, 
assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Krzikalla, H., Kiim- 
merer, and Niisslein, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Liittringhaus, A., 
and Wolfram, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Liittringhaus, A., 
Neresheimer, and Emmer, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., and 
Michael, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Mittasch, A., and 
Pier, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Neresheimer, Hein- 
rich. assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Schmidt, Otto, 
assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Schneider, Chris- 
tian, assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Theobald, Ernst, 
assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Wietzel, Rudolf, 
assignor.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Wild, W., and 
Eyer, assignors.) 

Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. (See Winkler, Fritz, 
assignor.) 

Badoux, Francis F.. Exeter, S. E. Naylor, Dinuba, and 
F. It. Brann, Visalia, Calif. Vending apparatus for 
liquids. 1.586.770 : June 1. 

Badowski, Alfred, Charleston, assignor to Tirometer 
Valve Corporation of America, Charleston, W. Va. 
Tire-stem pressure gauge. 1.606,740 ; Nov. 16. 

Baochle, James E.. Chicago, 111., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Screw closure for 
containers. 1,602,792; Oct. 12. 

Baeck Wall Paper Company. (See Graves, Robert N., 
assignor. ) 



Baege, Adolf, Berlin-Obershoneweide, Germany. Braid- 
ing or plaiting machine. 1.590,179 ; June 29. 

Baehr, Charles, Le Locle, Switzerland. Tin-can opener. 
1,569.006; Jan. 19. 

Baehr, Gustave, Paris, France. Removable frame for mo- 
tor or like vehicles. 1,576.261 ; Mar. 9. 

Baekeland, Leo H., Yonkers, and A. H. Gotthelf, Has- 
tings-upon-Hundson, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Bakelite Corporation, New York, N. Y. Resinous 
bodies derived from acetaldehyde and making the same. 

• 1,598,546; Aug. 31. 

Baer & Wilde Company, The. (See Metcalf, Alpha H., 
assignor.) 

Baer, Carl J., St. Louis, Mo. Barge. 1,578,626 ; Mar. 30. 

Baer, Clarence F., Shickshinny, Pa. Music-leaf turner. 
1,595,220 ; Aug. 10. 

Baer. Ernest R., Paris, France. Belt buckle. 1,582,329 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Baer, Josef. Weingarten, Germany. Apparatus for mix- 
ing bristle, hair, vegetable fibers, and the like. 
1,601,712 ; Oct. 5. 

Baer, Samuel S., Baltimore, Md. Razor-blade sharpener. 
Rel6.475 ; Nov. 16. 

Baer, Samuel S., Baltimore, Md. Convertible safety razor, 
hair trimmer, and comb. 1,568,794 ; Jan. 5. 

Baer, Samuel S., Baltimore, Md. Razor-blade sharpener. 
1,569.213; Jan. 12. 

Baetz, Henry, assignor to Skinner Bros. Mfg. Co., St. 
Louis. Mo. Ventilation. 1.579,804; Apr. 6. 

Bager, Frederic E., sr. (See Rybeck, A. W., and Bager.) 

Bager, Svante R. W. M. (See Ferris, W., and Bager.) 

Bager, Svante R. W. M., and W. Lehman, South Mil- 
waukee, assignors to Bucyrus Company, South Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Creeping traction mechanism. 1,574,041 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Bager, Svante R. W. M„ and W. Lehman, South Mil- 
waukee, assignors to Bucyrus Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Creeping traction tread and cooperating tumblers. 
1.574.042 ; Feb. 23. 

Bager, William M., and W. Lehman, South Milwaukee, 
Wis. Dipper-handle end. 1,599,630; Sept. 14. 

Bagge, Peter E., Moline, 111. Holding device for ropes, 
cables, and the like. 1,568.310 ; Jan. 5. 

Baggerud, Oscar, Jersey City, N. J. Button lock-. 
1.598,597 ; Sept. 7. 

Baggett. Alton £)., R. E. Miller, and F. Wright, Temple, 
Tex. Perpetual desk calendar and memorandum pad. 
1,577,631 : Mar. 23. 

Baggott, Edmund W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Vernier attach- 
ment. 1,599.548; Sept. 14. 

Baghurst, Charles, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 
and E. P. Kinne, Alliance, Ohio, assignors to American 
Steel Foundries, Chicago, 111. Car coupler. 1,604,335 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Bagley and Sewall Company, The. (See Monaghan, 
Frank W., assignor.) 

Bagley, Fred A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to L. E. 
McLaughlin. Air-intake agitator for internal-combus- 
tion engines. 1.606.916; Nov. 16. 

Bagley, Glen D., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Electro 
Metallurgical Company. Process for uniting metals. 
1.582.024; Anr. 27. 

Bagley, Glen D., Flushing, N. Y., assignor to Elec- 
tro Metallurgical Company. Spark-gap apparatus. 
1,587,932; June 8. 

Bagley, Robert M., Haddonfield, N. .T., assignor to The 
R. M. Hollingshead Co.. Camden, N. J. Nonreusable 
dispensing container. 1,603,013 ; Oct. 12. 

Baglev William H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind., and De- 
troit. Mich. Plug gauee. 1,571,154; Jan. 26. 

Bagwell, Landrum E., Drayton, and D. C. Jones, Green- 
ville. S. C, assignors to Crompton & Knowles Loom 
Works, Worcester, Mass. Multiplier for looms. 
1,576.706; Mar. 16. 

Bahni, Frederick J., Peoria, 111. Utility tool. 1,573,901 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Bahnik, Emil M. (See Kolarik, R., Wendling, Bahnik, 
and Da vies.) 

Bahr, August T. J., assignor of three-fourths to .1. H. 
Quinn. St. Louis, Mo. Starting gate. 1.583,951 ; 
May 11. 

Bahr, Fritz, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Tungsten arc lamp. 
1.600.862; Sept. 21. 

Bahr, Herman, Little Falls, N. Y. Method of pictorial 
reproduction. 1,568,864 ; Jan. 5. 

Bahr, Theodore P., San Francisco. Calif. Automobile bed. 
1.582.500; Apr. 27. 

Baia, Charles, Palisade, and A. Aderente, Jersey City, N. 
J., assignors to Slip-On Cigar Lighter Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Cigar lighter. 1,586,172 ; 
May 25. 

Bala, Philip, Detroit, Mich. Transmission mechanism. 
1.611,402 ; Dec. 21. 

Bailek, Edwin. (See Meyer, W. E., and Beilek.) 

Bailey, Ainsworth L., and R. R. Gatzke. Butte. Mont. 
Single-foot pedal for automobiles. 1,584,712 ; May 18. 

Bailey, Albert, Brightwood, Mass. Backing-off attach- 
ment for lathes. 1.574.749 ; Mar. 2. 

Bailey. Arthur B., Norton, Va. Valve-spring compressor. 
1,582,155; Apr. 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bailey, Carl A., Lisbon Fails, Me. Automobile body. 
1,593,005; July 20. 

Bailey, Charles W., Lynn, assignor to J. W. Stewart, 
Lynnfield, Mass. Counter skiving machine. 1,600,968 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bailey, Clarence J. (See Schuli, L. B., and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Ra- 
diator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,587,626 ; 
June 8. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord 
Radiator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,589,040 ; 
June 15. 

Bailev, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord 
Radiator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,589,171 ; 
June 15. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Radia- 
tor Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,592.291 ; 
July 13. 

Bailey, Claude B.. Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Radia- 
tor & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,593,560 ; 
July 27. 

Bailev, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Ra- 
diator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. l,5'-)7.040 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Radia- 
tor & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,600,386; 
Sept. 21. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Radia- 
tor & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,600,387; 
Sept. 21. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord 
Radiator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,602,515 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bailey, Claude B., Wyandotte, assignor to McCord Radia- 
tor & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 1,609,283 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Bailey, Daveletta D. (See Schuh, L. B., and Bailey, 
assignors.) 

Bailey, Edwin W. M., Amesbury, Mass. Window glass 
channel. 1,571,831 ; Feb. 2. 

Bailey, Edwin W. M., Amesbury, Mass. Window guide. 
1,571,832 ; Feb. 2. 

Bailey, Ernest M., Woodsdale, N. C. Headlight-control- 
ling device. 1,589,089; June 15. 

Bailey, Frank, and F. H. Jackson, Southwark, London, 
England. Apparatus for straining fluids. 1,585,817 ; 
May 25. 

Bailey, Garrold L., Newark, N. J. Sound amplifier. 
1,599,400 ; Sept. 14. 

Bailey, George W. (See Hamilton, H. C, and Bailey.) 

Bailey, H. II., et al. (See Bundren, Francis M., assignor.) 

Bailey, Harriet E., Tehachapi, Calif. Pie holder. 
1,597,566 ; Aug. 24. 

Bailey, Harrison, Mount Carmel, Pa. Sliding-foot-rest- 
accelerator control. 1,580,991 ; Apr. 13. 

Bailey, Irene K., executrix. (See Kebbe, Edward P.) 

Bailey, James. (See Gray, D. E., Boals, and Bailey.) 

Bailey. James B., New York, N. Y. Combination pail and 
sifter. 1,608,473 ; Nov. 23. 

Bailey, John II. (See Hardyman, Maurice A., assignor.) 

Bailev, Joseph V. (See Whipple, John W., assignor.) 

Bailey, Julian F. (See Waats, James N., assignor.) 

Bailey, P. H., et al. (See Bundren, Francis M., assignor.) 

Bailey, Pinkney P., assignor of one-half to L. W. Denui- 
son, Marshfield, Oreg. Headrest. 1,588,293 ; June 8. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone ring- 
ing system. 1,571,991 : Feb. 9. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone-ex- 
change system. 1,573,794 ; Feb. 23. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 
1,588,437; June 15. 

Bailey. Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone switch- 
board. 1,606,822; Nov. 16. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 

1.609.394 ; Dec. 7. 

Bailey, Rand S., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone system. 

1 .609.395 ; Dec. 7. 

Bailey, Richard W., Altrincham, England, assignor to 
Westlnghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 
Treatment of steam to reduce or prevent corrosion. 
1.008,691 ; Nov. 30. 

Bailey. Robert L., Detroit, assignor of seven-tenths to 
A.F. Rurdlck and one-tenth to J. W. Slaughter, Lan- 
sing, Mich. Rotary motor. 1.594,035 ; July 27. 

Bailev, Rufns W.. Kansas City, Mo. Automotive vehicle. 
1.583,642 ; May 4. 

Bniiey, Vernon, Washington. D. C, assignor to Govern- 
ment and People of the United States. Animal trap. 
1.570,707; Mar. 10. 

Bailev, Victor. (See Rae, W. S., Reynolds, and Bailey.) 

Bailey, William A., American Fork, Utah. Gear. 
1.008,050: Nov. 23. 

Bailey, William IT. J., et al, (See Hayden, Edwin R., 
assignor.) 

Bailev. William M.. and J. L. Pultz, Boston, Mass. 
Hanger. 1,008.034 ; Nov. 23. 



Bailey, William T., Bradford, Pa. Compressor. 
1,610.991 ; Dec. 14. 

Bailey, Wonslow E. (See Stone, L. V., and Bailey.) 

Bailin, Samuel. Brooklyn, N. Y. Sanitary toothbrush 
receptacle. 1,584,206 ; May 11. 

Bailie, Jean L., assignor to SociSte' : Baille-Lemaire-et- 
Fils, Paris, France. Plate-carrying frame for photo- 
graphic apparatus. 1,579,345 ; Apr. 6. 

Baillie, Granville H., London, England, assignor to The 
Tabulating Machine Company, Endicott, N. Y. Mecha- 
nism for recording by simultaneous printing and per- 
forating. 1,602,874; Oct. 12. 

Baillie, Walter W., Warren, Ohio. Cinder clamp. 
1,591,354; July 6. 

Bailor, Silas E., Atchison, Kans. Cultivator. 1,577,552 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Bailor, Silas E., Atchison, Kans. Planter. 1,591,266; 
July 6. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Alliance, Ohio. Cover for soaking 
pits. 1,594,588 : Aug. 3. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Alliauce. Ohio. Continuous furnace. 
1,594,589; Aug. 3. 

Bain, For£e, La Grange, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Grigsby-Grunow-Hinds Co., Chicago, 111. Automobile 
visor. 1,602,425 ; Oct. 12. 

Baine. James C, Michigan City, Ind. Spotlight-equipped 
bicycle. 1,009,009 ; Nov. 30. 

Bainton, Raymond, Greeley, Colo. Guarding against the 
unauthorized receiving of radiocommunications. 
1.586,060; May 25. 

Bair, Joseph H., Camp Hill, Pa. Rotary engine valve. 
1,571,465 ; Feb. 2. 

Bair, Robert M., Hummelstown, Pa. Gun cleaner. 
1,610,049; Dec. 14. 

Baird, Andrew, Detroit, Mich. Pottery-molding machine. 
1,608,921 ; Nov. 30. 

Baird, Frank T., Blue Island, 111. Multicell battery. 
1,604,872 ; Oct. 26. 

Baird, James W„ Beeville, Tex. Cotton blocker or 
chopper. 1,570,118 ; Jan. 19. 

Baird, John E., et al. (See Hammer, Bedford, assignor.) 

Bakalyar, Stephen A., Des Moines, Iowa. Pen and pencil 
holder. 1,570,425; Jan. 19. 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Baekeland, L. H., and Gott- 
helf, assignors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Brock, Frank P., assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Brown. S-, and Higgins, as- 
signors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Byck, Lawrence C, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Peakes, Gilbert L., assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Redman, Lawrence V., as- 
signor.) 

Bakenhus, Emil H., Leigh, Nebr. Gate holder. 1,602,385 : 
Oct. 12. 

Baker, Allan T. (See Harlowe, Raphael E., assignor.) 

Baker, Andrew J., Tucson, Ariz. Crossing protector. 
1,574,750 ; Mar. 2. 

Baker, Arthur J., assignor to The Willys-Overland Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Automobile body. 1,610,728 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Baiter, Benjamin F., St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada. 
Separable cuff button. 1.572,511 ; Feb. 9. 

Baker, Bertram F., Tannersville, assignor of one-half to 
W. N. McClellan, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic cashier. 
1,582,659; Apr. 27. 

Baker Box Company. (See Curtis, Philip N., assignor.) 

Baker Casing Shoe Company. (See Baker, Reuben C, as- 
signor. ) 

Baker Casing Shoe Company. (See Tunison, Arthur C 
assignor.) 

Baker, Charles O., Winthrop, assignor to Wheeler Re- 
flector Company. Boston, Mass. Combined canopy, 
shade holder, and outlet box. 1.609,897 ; Dec. 7. 

Baker, Chester A., Omaha, Nebr. Elastic-fluid com- 
pressor. 1,568,708 ; Jan. 5. 

Baker, Chester A., Omaha, Nebr. Lubrication pump. 
1,574,181; Feb. 23. 

Baker, Chester A., assignor to Baker Ice Machine Com- 
pany, Omaha, Nebr. Shaft packing. 1,006.462 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Baker, Chris. (See Cooper, E. S., and Baker.) 

Baker, Clarence I., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Call- 
ing dial. 1,580,943 ; Apr. 13. 

Baker, David S., Greenwich. Conn. Method and appara- 
tus for conditioning materials. 1.590.273; .Tune 29. 

Baker. Edwin A., Los Angeles, Calif. Cooling spray. 
1,575,895; Mar. 9. 

Baker, Eugene L., Taunton, Mass. Stove damper. 
1,606.917 ; Nov. 16. 

Baker, Frank E., assignor to Chapin-Skelton Corporation. 
Syracuse, N. Y. Garment-pressing machine. 1,582,891 ; 
May 4. 

Baker. Frank L„ Chicago, 111. Lubricating system for 
motor vehicles. 1,573,127 ; Feb. 16. 

linker, Franklin, Company. (See Zucker, Richard D., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Frederic W., Clavmont. Pel., and .T. R. O'Neill, 
Bala, Pa. Boiler. 1,597,567; Aug. 24. 

Baker, Frederic W., Clavmont, Pel., and J. R. O'Neill, 
Bala, I'a. Boiler. 1.601,338; Sept. 28. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Baker. Frederick, assignor to Single Thread Lockstitch 
Machines Limited, London, England. Sewing. 
1.575.186 : Mar. 2. 

Baker, Frederick W.. Stourbridge, England. Vehicle 
wheel. Kel6.2S7 ; Mar. 9. 

Baker. Friend F. (See Twining, S. J., and Baker J 

Baker. Friend F., Lankershim, Calif. Double exposure. 
1.610.410: Dec. 14. 

Baker, George. Pershing, assignor of one-third to L. Mc- 
Crory and one-third to R. J. Jones, jr., Pawhuska, Okla. 
Burner construction. 1,572,833 ; Feb. 9. 

Baker. George E., Scipioville. N. Y. Tape-up device for 
bearings. 1.593.926 ; July 27. 

Baker, George F. (See Birmingham, Raymond A., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, George R., and R. Head, London, England, as- 
signors to Baker-Perkins Company Incorporated, White 
Plains, X. Y. Apparatus for the coating of confec- 
tions. 1,593,006; July 20. 

Baker, George W. (See Dean, J. H.. and Baker.) 

Baker, Gilbert L., Oakdale, Calif. Permutation lock for 
automobile steering wheels. 1,598,110 ; Aug. 31. 

Baker, Gilbert L., Oakdale, Calif. Pocket lock. 1.607,789 ; 
Nor. 23. 

Baker, Howard E., Roanoke. Ya. Gauge. 1,574.352 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Baker, Howard H., Buffalo, N. Y. Phonograph-needle 
holder. 1,591,008; July 6. 

Baker Ice Machine Company. (See Baker, Chester A., 
assignor.) 

Baker. James B., Sioux City, Iowa. Oil burner. 
1,603,185 ; Oct. 12. 

Baker, James W., Santa Cruz, Calif. Bookholder. 
1.605,156 ; Nov. 2. 

Baker, Jesse F. (See Day, L. F., and Baker.) 

Baker, Jesse J., sr., Freeport, Tex. Window guard. 
1,582,501; Apr. 27. 

Baker. Jesse J., sr., Freeport, Tex. Window guard. 
1 595 062 • Aug. 3. 

Baker, ' John H., Hartwell, Ga. Mixer. 1,593,056 ; 
July 20. 

Baker, John S.. Los Angeles, Calif. Interlocking mecha- 
nism for voting machines. 1,568,709 ; Jan. 5. 

Baker, Joseph. Sons & Perkins Company. (See Baker, 
R. E.. and Harber. assignors.) 

Baker, Linnaeus E., assignor to Wayne Company, Fort 
Wayne, Ind. Pump piston. 1.611,262 ; Dec. 21. 

Baker. Lloyd W., Blue Rapids, Kans. Rail straightener. 
1.578.381 ; Mar. 30. 

Baker, Lynette D. (See Moore, Henry D., assignor.) 

Baker Manufacturing Company, The. (See Staley, 
Raleigh H.. assignor.) 

Baker, Max L. (See Danks, R. L., and Baker.) 

Baker, Mose E., Des Moines, Iowa. Jig saw. 1.573.510 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Com- 
panv. Southbridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
1.590.274 : June 29. 

Baker, Nelson M., assignor to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Trial ring. 1,599,862 ; Sept. 14. 

Baker. Nelson M., Southbridge, Mass. and F. Fraser. 
Toledo, Ohio, assignors to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge. Mass. Making ophthalmic mountings. 
1,608,714; Nov. 30. 

Baker, Norman G.. Muscatine, Iowa. Vacuum brake 
apparatus. 1.609.102 ; Nov. 30. 

Baker, Paul S.. Muscatine, Iowa. Sterilizing and cooking 
device. 1,593.155 ; July 20. 

Baker. Percy W.. Kingston-on-Thames, England. Ther- 
mallv-actiiated device for controlling electric cir- 
cuits. 1.571.104; Jan. 26. 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Beanes, Warwick H., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-Perkins Company, (See Gase, Eugene, assignor. 1 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Gase, Eugene J., assignor.) 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Gase, E., and Reese, as- 
signors.) 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Harber, Laurence S., as- 
signor. ) 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Pointon, John E., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Prescott, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Baker-Perkins Company. (See Tugendhat, Robert G., as- 
signor.) 

Raker-Perkins Company Incorporated. (See Baker, G. R., 
and Head, assignors.) 

Baker-Perkins Company Incorporated. (See Beanes. War- 
wick H.. assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Limited. (See Martin, Horace E., as- 
signor.) 

Baker R & L Company, The. (See Stier, Frank C, as- 
signor.) 

Baker. Ralph E. (See McCrorv. L. J., and Baker.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Fischer, William C, 
assignor.) 

Baker-Raulang Company, The. (See Remde, Edward H., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Casing 
Shoe Company, Huntington Park, Calif. Well-casing 
spider slip. 1,800,863; Sept. 21. 



Baker. Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Casing 
Shoe Company, Huntington Park, Calif. Well-casing 
spider slip. 1,600.864; Sept. 21. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, Calif., assignor to Baker 
Casing Shoe Company. Core barrel. 1,611,504 ; Dec. 21. 

Baker, Richard J., New York, N. Y., assignor to Yertex 
Hosiery Mills, Inc., Weissport. Pa. Full-fashioned 
stocking and making same. 1.598,263 ; Aug. 31. 

Baker. Robert E., Bronxville, and L. S. Harber, Katonah, 
assignors to Joseph Baker Sons & Perkins Company, 
Inc.. White Plains, N. Y. Conveving mechanism. 
1,610.729 : Dec. 14. 

Baker, Robert L. (See Tomlinscn, W. R., and Johnson, 
assignors.) 

Baker, Rov M.. Chisholm, Minn. Loading machine. 
1,603.573; Oct. 19. 

Baker Steel &. Machinery Company. (See Baker, Wilber 
F.. assignor.) 

Baker- Vawter Company. (See Anderson, Axel H., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Walter, assignor to Speeder Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Fairfield, Iowa. Bucket for excavators. 
1,573,128 ; Feb. 16. 

Baker, Walter C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Eaton Axle & Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Gauging mechanism and method of using the same. 
1,587,743; June 8. 

Baker. Walter J., Chillicothe, Mo. Rotary rectifier. 
1.577.553 : Mar. 23. 

Baker, Walter S., Normal, Nebr. Drinking cup. 
1.581,418 ; Apr. 20. 

Baker. Walter W., Syracuse, N. Y. Indicator for auto- 
matic metal-working machines. 1,607,182 ; Nov. 16. 

Baker, Webster E. B., York Haven, Pa. Conversion of sul- 
phite waste liquors into tanning extracts. 1.592.062 ; 
July 13. 

Baker, Webster E. B., York Haven, Pa. Preparing con- 
centrated sulphite cellulose extract containing mag- 
nesium compound. 1.592.063 : July 13. 

Baker. Wedworth Y., Detroit, Mich. Industrial oven. 
1,570.720: Jan. 26. 

Baker Wheel & Rim Company. (See Somers, Arthur V., 
assignor.) 

Baker. Wilber F.. Omaha, Nebr., assignor to Baker Steel 
& Machinery Company. Hoisting attachment for trac- 
tors. 1.577.783 ; Mar. 23. 

Baker. William A., and F. A. Ramler. Toledo, Ohio ; said 
Baker assignor to said Ramler. Register. 1.601,100 ; 
Sept. 2S. 

Baker, William E., Brighton, England. Ironing machine. 
1,576,498: Mar. 16. 

Baker, William E., Waco, Tex. Cotton cleaner. 
1.599,863 : Sept. 14. 

Baker. William G., Seattle, Wash. Pliers. 1.594.036; 
July 27. 

Baker, William H., Winding Gull, W. Va. Hinge. 
1.611,802 : Dec. 21. 

Baker, William H., assignor to F. W. Fairman, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Loom. 1,5S9,734 ; June 22. 

Baker, William L., New Orleans. La. Oil burner. 
1.604,955 ; Nov. 2. 

Baker, Wiiliam S. G.. Ealing. London. England, assignor 
to Otis Elevator Company. Jersey City. N. J. Escala- 
tor, moving stairway, and the like. 1.610.411 ; Dec. 14. 

Bakeries Service Corporation. (See Johnson, Olaf W., 
assignor.) 

Bakewell, Sidney. (See Stanley. T. D.. and Bakewell.) 

Bakewell, Sidney, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Leland Lock Companv, Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 
1.591,267; July 6. 

Bakken, Andrew H. (See Crabbs, H. J., and Bakken.) 

Bakken, Andrew H., Edgewood Park. Pa., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Dis- 
connecting switch. 1.576.708 : Mar. 16. 

Bakken. Herman E., assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Magnesium-alumi- 
num alloy. 1.584,688 : May 11. 

Bakken, Herman E., assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Process and appa- 
ratus for volatilizing metal. 1,584,689 ; May 11. 

Bakken, Herman E., assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls. N. Y. Production of mag- 
nesium. 1,594,344 ; Aug. 3. 

Bakken, Herman E.. assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Magnesium product. 

1.594.346 ; Aug. 3. 

Bakken, Herman E., assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Working magnesium. 

1.594.347 ; Aug. 3. 

Bakken, Herman E., assignor to American Magnesium 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Sublimation appa- 
ratus. 1.594.348 ; Aug. 3. 

Bakken. Herman E.. and W. G. Harvey, assignors to 
American Magnesium Corporation. Niagara Falls. N. Y. 
Production of magnesium. 1,594.345 : Aug. 3. 

Bakken, Peder. St. Paul, Minn. Stabilizer for motor 
vehicles. 1,577,441 ; Mar. 23. 

Bakketun, Torger A., Northwood, Iowa. Game board. 
Des. 69,342 ; Feb. 2. 

Bakstad, Johan R., Chicago, HI. Crusher. 1.57S.94S ; 
Mar. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Balcb, Eben G., assignor to W. F. Decie, Newburyport, 
Mass. Switch mechanism for selective signals. 
1,612,560; Dec. 28. 

Balch, Samuel W., Montclair, N. J. Sundial. 1,570,029 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Balch, Samuel W., Montclair, N. J. Automatic tele- 
phone calling transmitter. 1,570,030 ; Jan. 19. 

Balch, Samuel W., Montclair, N. J. Ship's course and 
position indicator. 1,610,412 ; Dec. 14. 

Balch, Samuel W., Montclair, N. J. Map. 1,610,413; 
Dec. 14. 

Balcker, Marten, assignor to G. J. and N. N. 
Goldman, Chicago, 111. Padding needle. 1,575,896 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Balda, Joseph O., assignor to A. H. Heisey & Co., Newark. 
Ohio. Goblet or similar article. Des. 69,434 ; Feb. 16. 

Baldner, Jacob, Xenia, Ohio. Grease-dispensing device. 
1,570.031 ; Jan. 19. 

Baldner, Jacob, Xenia, Ohio. Grease-dispensing appa- 
ratus. 1,570,032; Jan. 19. 

Baldridge, Albert G., and L. D. Roberts ; said L. D. Rob- 
erts assignor to J. A. Hornbeak and P. M. Hornbeak, 
Fulton, Ky. Dancing toy. 1,572,124 ; Feb. 9. 

Balduf, Bruno E. (See Levinger, D., and Balduf.) 

Baldwin, A., & Company, Limited. (See Moseman, Jacob 
E., assignor.) 

Baldwin, Allen T., Montclair, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to National Carbon Company, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Dry battery. 1,594,480 ; Aug. 3. 

Baldwin, Allen T., Montclair, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to National Carbon Company, Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Drv battery. 1,598,111; Aug. 31. 

Baldwin. Amos U., Napa, Calif. Box cover. 1,612,166 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Baldwin, Andrew E., et al. (See Jackson, Harry II., as- 
signor.) 

Baldwin, Burr C, Hollywood, Calif. Clothes washer. 
1,580,362 ; Apr. 13. 

Baldwin, Clement J. (See Rybin, Blahoslav J., assignor.) 

Baldwin, Curtis C, assignor to Advance Rumely Coni- 
panv, La Porte, Ind. Agricultural machine. 1,582,660 ; 
Apr 27. 

Baldwin, Curtis C, assignor to Advance-Rumely Company, 
La Porte, Ind. Power-propelled device. 1,599,196 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Baldwin, Curtis C. Denver, Colo., assignor by mesne 
assignments, to Advance Runtely Company, La Porte, 
Ind. Automatically-operating power-actuated com- 
bined grain cutting and thrashing harvester. 
1,598,234; Aug. 31. 

Baldwin, Earl F., assignor to American Fibre Corporation, 
Gardner, Mass. Take-up for looms. 1,579.346 ; Apr. 6. 

Baldwin, Earl F., assignor to American Fibre Corpora- 
tion, Gardner, Mass. Twisting machine. 1,585,360 ; 
May 18. 

Baldwin, Earl F., assignor to American Fibre Corpora- 
tion, Gardner, Mass. Winding mechanism. 1,591,009 ; 
July 6. 

Baldwin, Earl F., and F. E. Woods, assignors to American 
Fibre Corporation, Gardner, Mass. Making fiber reed. 
1,602,635 ; Oct. 12. 

Baldwin, Ernest W., assignor to The Gleaner Harvester 
Company, Wichita, Fans. Clutch safety lock. 
1,003,826; Oct. 19. 

Baldwin, Florence, executrix. (See Baldwin, Herbert.) 
Baldwin, Frederick M., Los Angeles, Calif. Auto signal- 
ing device. 1.570.721 : Jan. 26. 

Baldwin, Herbert, deceased, Mountain, Wis. ; F. Bald- 
win, executrix. Combined salt and pepper shaker. 
1.5S1.666; Apr. 20. 

Baldwin, Herbert, deceased, Mountain, Wis. ; F. Bald- 
win, executrix. Combination salt and pepper shaker. 
1.581,667; Apr. 20. 

Baldwin, James, et al. (See Jackson, Harry II., as- 
signor.) 

In, rames C. Junction City, assignor of one-fourth 
to W. C. Donnell, one-fourth to It. C. Sheets, Navarre, 
Kans.. and one-fourth to E. B. Sauflcy, Kansas City, 
Mo. Battery terminal. 1,570,722 ; Jan. 26. 
Baldwin, James P., Los Angeles, Calif. Fitting for shock 
absorbers. 1,588,086; June 8. 

Baldwin, Leslie A., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Johns-Man- 
ville, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tank cover. 
1.594,487 ; Aug. 3. 

Baldwin, Leslie A., University City, Mo., assignor to 
Johns-Manville, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tank 
cover. 1,599,109 ; Sept. 7. 
Baldwin, Leslie A., University City, Mo., assignor to 
Johns-Manville, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Vapor 
seal for tanks and making the same. 1,599,110 ; 
Sept. 7. 
Baldwin, Leslie A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Seal for 
crevices In oil-tank roofs and the like. 1,599,549 ; 
Sept. 14. 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Bird, F. I., and 

Harwlck, assignors.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Campbell, Harry 

A. I<\, assignor.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Dougherty, Rich- 
ard, assignor.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (Sec Elliott, Edward 
o.. assignor.) 



Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Frame, Elmer G., 

assignor.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Glaenzer, H„ 

and Keen, assignors.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Neebe, Law- 
rence L., assignor.) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Pollock, J. W., 

and Neebe, assignors. ) 
Baldwin Locomotive Works, The. (See Werst, Charles 

U., assignor.)- ' 

Baldwin. Nathaniel. Mill Creek, Utah. Sound-producing 

device of the telephone-receiver type. 1,5S1,155 ; 

Apr. 20. 
Baldwin. Nathaniel, East Mill Creek. Utah. Telephone 

receiver. 1.592.172 ; July 13. 
Baldwin, Nathaniel, East Mill Creek, Utah. Telephone 

receiver. 1,604,251 ; Oct. 26. 
Baldwin, Simeon S., Kewanee, 111. BeariDg holder. 

1,603,933 ; Oct. 19. 
Baldwin, Simeon S., Kewanee. 111. Work holdi r. 

1.609,103 ; Nov. 30. 
Baldwin, Van V. (See Conrad, David E., assignor.; 
Baldwin, William A. (See Coaker, J. B., Baldwin, and 

Smith.) 
Baler, John S., Tetonia, Idaho. Milking stool. 1,610,730 ; 

Dec. 14. 
Bales, Asa T., assignor to Geo. P. Plant Milling Co., St. 

Louis, Mo. Package. 1,611,403 ; Dec. 21. 
Balfour, Earl. (See Barker, Perry W., assignor.) 
Balini, Frank, Bridgeport, Conn. Auto signaling device. 

1.585,227 ; May 18. 
Balizer, Jacob, and R. A. Schranz, New York, N. Y. 

Presser foot. 1,581,307 ; Apr. 20. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. Des. 

69,472 ; Feb. 23. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. Des. 

69,473; Feb. 23. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. Des. 

69,474 ; Feb. 23. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Wall plate for electric-light fix- 
tures. Des. 69,475 : Feb. 23. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments. 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Wall plate for electric light fix- 
tures. Des. 70,149 ; May 18. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. Des. 70,150 ; 

May 18. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Electric-light fixture. Des. 70,151 ; 

May 18. 
Balk, Joseph J., assignor to Markel Lighting Fitments, 

Inc., Buffalo. N. Y. Canopy for electric-light fixtures. 

Des. 70,152 ; May 18. 
Balke. Hermann, Berlin, L. Riefstahl, Johannisthal, and 

R. Zaudy, Schoneberg, Germany, assignors to General 

Electric Company. Overload current protective system 

and apparatus for multiphase dynamo machines. 

3.594.037; July 27. 
Ball, Albert P., Royal Oak, assignor to Square D Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Electrical system. 1,58S,514 ; 

June 15. 
Ball. Alfred J., assignor to The General Fireproofing Com- 
pany, Youngstown, Ohio. Rod-fastening device for 

card drawers. 1,508,202 ; Jan. 5. 
Ball, Arlington L., Tipton, Ind. Fuel-feed-controlling 

device. 1,596,791 ; Aug. 17. 
Ball & Ball Carburetor Company. (See Ball, Frank H., 

assignor.) 
Ball & Ball Carburetor Company. (See Ball, Frederick 

O., assignor.) 
Ball Brothers Company. (See Drey, Leo A., assignor.) 
Ball Brothers Company. (See Lawson, Harry B., as- 

signor.) 
Ball, Charles E. and S. II., Irwin, Calif., assignors of 

two-thirds to said Charles E. Ball and one-third to 

said S. H. Ball. Scraper. 1,593,007; July 20. 
Ball, Charles F., Peoria, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Caterpillar Tractor Co. Power-operated 

winch for tractors. 1,599,739; Sept. 14. 
Ball, Charles F., assignor to Chain Belt Company, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Automatic control mechanism 

1,608,831; Nov. 30. 
Ball, Charles O., assignor to Yellow Coach Manufacturing 

Co., Chicago, 111. Double-deck coach. 1,607,718; 

Nov. 23. 
Ball, Edwin, Birmingham, and C. E. Abbott. Bessemer, 

Ala. Mining apparatus. 1,597.005; Aug. 24. 
Ball, Frank B., assignor to The Manhattan Rubber Mfg. 

Co., Passaic, N. J. Collapsible pole. 1,607,384; 

Nov. 16. 
Ball, Frank II., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Ball 

and Ball Carburetor Company, Detroit, Mich. Carbu- 

retor, 1.570,295 ; Mar. 9. 
Ball, Frank II.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Ball 

& Brill Carburetor Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 
1.576,290: Mar. 9. 
Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball and Ball Carburetor 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Reatoinizer. 1,580,634; 

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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,599,864 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,599,865 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1.599.866 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Ball & Ball Carburetor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,599.867 ; 
Sept 14. . aaii 

Ball, Frederick W., Vancouver, assignor of one-third to 
J. J. Logan, Agassiz, and one-tbird to It. W. Jenkins, 
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ice-cream mold. 
1,583.643 ; May 4. 

Ball. Gut M., Dayton. Oho. Intake manifold. 1. 60S, 762 : 
Nov. 30. 

Ball. Hallack C, and J. Z. Winder, assignors to Rich- 
mond Fireproof Door Company, Richmond, Ind. Elec- 
tric interlock for elevator doors. 1.602,636 : Oct. 12. 

Ball, Harry V., Concord, Mass., assignor to R. Hoe & 
Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Printing machine. 
1.581.715 : Apr. 20. 

Ball, Henry B., Akron, Ohio. Closure for tubes. 
1.597,421 ; Aug. 24. 

Ball, Horace D., and L. S. Carr, Beloit, Wis. Signal for 
vehicles. 1,587,627; June 8. 

Ball. Joseph A. (See Comstock, D. F., Troland, and 
Ball.) 

Ball, Joseph A., Jamaica Plain, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Technicolor Motion Picture Corpora- 
tion, Boston, Mass. Color cinematography. 1,583,108 ; 
May 4. 

Ball, Joseph A., Jamaica Plain, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Cinematography. 1.586,771; June 1. 

Ball, Joseph A.. Wollaston, and D. F. Comstock, Cam- 
bridge, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Boston, Mass. Registra- 
tion of complemental images ia cinematography. 
1.579.S06 ; Apr-. 6. 

Ball, Joseph A , Jamaica Plain, and E A. Gallison. Water- 
town, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Boston, Mass. Film feed- 
ing and registering mechanism. 1,579.805 ; Apr. 6. 

BallT Joseph S., assignor of one-half to A. T. Moore, Den- 
ver, Colo. Automatic safety pick-up device for auto- 
mobiles. 1,573,795 ; Feb. 23. 

Ball. Percy B., assignor to R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., 
Wallinzford, Conn. Dish or similar article. Des. 
71,352 T Nov. 2. 

Ball, Samuel H. (See Ball, Charles E. and S. H.) 

Ball. Waldon S., San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for 
producing dissolving effects in motion pictures. 
1,597,229 ; Aug. 24. 

Ballard. Albert M. (See Oberfell, G. G„ Ballard. Alden, 
Utsinger, and Lentz.) 

Ballard, Arthur H., Boston. Mass. Snow removing and 
melting apparatus. 1,602,476 ; Oct. 12. 

Ballard, Arthur H., assignor to Ballard Oil Burning 
Equipment Company. Boston. Mass. Liquid-fuel-burn- 
ing apparatus. 1,598,336 ; Aug. 31. 

Ballard, Arthur H., assignor to Ballard Oil Burning 
Equipment Company, Boston, Mass. Liquid-fuel-burn- 
ing apparatus. 1.605,423 ; Nov. 2. 

Ballard, Charles S., Buckley, Wash. Dentist's chip blower 
and air syringe. 1,576,12S ; Mar. 9. 

Ballard. George L.. assignor to Wildman Mfg. Co., Nor- 
ristown. Pa. Split-foot stocking-knitting machine. 
1,008.194 ; Nov. 23. 

Ballard, Harold O., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Doherty Research Company, New York, 
N. Y. Process of and apparatus for dehydrating crude 
petroleum oil. 1,600,030 ; Sept. 14. 

Ballard, Harrie A., Boston, assignor to The Phonoharp 
Company, East Boston, Mass. Spring-shank hammer 
mechanism. 1.582,625: Apr. 27. 

Ballard, James H., Maplewood. Mo., assisnor to Crad- 
dock Terry Company, Lynchburg, Va. Shoe. 1,582,958; 
May 4. 

Ballard Oil Burning Equipment Company. (See Ballard, 
Arthur H., assignor.) 

Ballauf. Fritz, F. Muth, and A. Schmelzer, Elberfeld. 
Germany, assignors to Grasselli Dyestuff Corporation. 
New York. N. Y. Vat sulphide dyes. 1,590,718 ; 
June 29. 

Ballentine, William L, La Porte, Ind. Filter. 1,611,872 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Ballentine, William I., assignor to Advance-Rumley Com- 
pany. La Porte, Ind. Radiator. 1,602,516; Oct. 12. 

Ballerini. Fernando, Milan, Italy, assignor to B. van Leer, 
Amsterdam, Netherlands. Advertising device. 1,594,703 : 
Aug. 3. 

Ballert, Otto, Berlin, Germany. Hydraulic tipping de- 
vice, especially for power-driven freight vehicles. 
1,595,981 ; Aug. 17. 

Ballesteros, Luis L.. Calexieo, Calif. Engine-cooling 
means for automobiles. 1,590.874 ; June 29. 

Ballet to, Paul, Lons; island City. N. Y. Grinding mill 
or triturator. 1.583,644 ; May 4. 



Ballin. Maurice, Los Gatos, assignor to Neustadter Bros., 
San Francisco, Calif. Three-way pocket. 1,582,813 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Ballintine. Frank J., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to The 
Barber Asphalt Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Roof cover- 
ing. 1,5S0,09C ; Apr. 6. 

Ballman, Edwin C. assignor to J. H. Cassidy, St. Louis, 
Mo. Air-cooled still. 1,577,675 ; Mar. 23. 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Baliou, Frederick A., jr., as- 
signor.) 

Ballou, B. A., & Co. (See Morehouse, Eugene, assignor.) 

Ballou, David M., assignor to Rex Mfg. Co., Providence, 
R. I. Clip for pencils. 1,568,950 ; Jan. 5. 

Ballou, David M., Mansfield, Mass., assignor to Rex 
Manufacturing Co.. Providence, R. I. Mechanically- 
operated lead pencil. 1,568.951 ; Jan. 5. 

Ballou, Eugene H., Pawtucket, B. I. Filling detector. 
1,572,875; Feb. 16. 

Ballou, Eugene H., Pawtucket, R. I., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Feeler mechanism for 
looms. 1,580.944 ; Apr. 13. 

Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou & 
Co. Inc., Providence, R. I. Display tray. 1,578,573 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou & 
Co.. Inc., Providence, R. I. Separable cuff button. 
1.095,053; Aug. 3. 

Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou & 
Co., Inc., Providence, R. I. Attaching an element to 
a post. 1,595.054 ; Aug. 3. 

Ballou, Frederick A., jr., assignor to B. A. Ballou and 
Co., Inc., Providence, R. I. Separable button. 
1.595,055 ; Aug. 3. 

Ballou, George F., New York, N. Y. Manicure instrument. 
1,580,109 ; Apr. 13. 

Ballou, George F., assignor to A. Bergh. New York, N. Y. 
Razor-sharpening device. 1,601,339 ; Sept. 28. 

Ballou, Robert L., Hazard, assignor of one-third to A. 
Stacy, Lothair, and one-tbird to G. D. Stacy, Hazard, 
Ky. Car coupler. 1,590,489 ; June 29. 

Ballou, Robert L., Hazard, assignor of one-third to A. 
Stacy, Lothair. and one-third to G. D. Stacy, Hazard. 
Ky. Car-coupler unit. 1.590,490 ; June 29. 

Ballow, Robert E., Estancia, N. Mex. Carburetor. 
1.579.807 ; Apr. 6. 

Bally, Oscar, Basel, Switzerland, assignor to the Firm 
Haco-Gesellschaft A.-G. Bern, Bern, Switzerland. Ar- 
senical albumen compound and making the same. 
1,581.826: Apr. 20. 

Ralmer Corporation, The. (See Balmer, Robert, assignor.) 

Balmer, Robert, Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Method of 
and apparatus for the moving of piled materials. 
1,573,437; Feb. 16. 

Balmer. Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
The Balmer Corporation. System of distribution of 
refuse-destructor gases. 1.578,181 ; Mar. 23. 

Balovan, John. Washington, D. C. Thumb tack. 
1.605.695 ; Nov. 2. 

Balsa Wood Company, The. (See Ranlett, David L., as- 
signor.) 

Balsera, Luis, assignor of one-half to L. Sanjurjo, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Sound-locating device. 1.598.337 ; Aug. 31. 

Balsillie, John G.. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to The American Flat- 
lite Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Light projectors. 
1,572,853 : Feb. 9. 

Balstad, Emil G., East Cleveland, Ohio. Marking gauge. 
1.574,182 ; Feb. 23. 

Balston, Clyde C, New York, N. Y. Word-writing ma- 
chine. 1,587,137 : June 1. 

Balston. Clyde C. New York, N. Y. Combined keyboard 
and chart. 1.590.998; June 29. 

Balston, Clvde C, New York, N. Y. Mechanical move- 
ment. 1,612,089; Dec. 28. 

Baltimore Gas Engineering Corporation. (See Wilson, 
Robert E., assignor.) 

Baltimore Salesbook Company, The. (See Clement, 
George C, assignor.) 

Baltimore Trust Company, The, trustee. (See Sexton, 
William E„ assignor.) 

Baltrusch, Wilhelm. Elberfeld, Germany. Pocket lighter. 
1.569,941 ; Jan. 19. 

Baltzley. Louis E., Glen Ridge, N. J. Paper clip. 
1.603,504; Oct. 19. 

Baltzley, Louis E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to J. S. 
Cushman, New York, N. Y. Closure. 1,597,665 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Balusek, Frank F„ Needville, Tex. Cotton gin. 1,596,228 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Balz, Georg, Eichenau, Poland. Zinc-blende-roasting 
kiln. 1,603,442 ; Oct, 19. 

Balzer, Fritz, Moline, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Co., Ltd., Chicago, 111. Control mechanism. 
1,576,622 ; Mar. 16. 

Balzer, Fritz, Moline, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Company, Ltd., East Moline, 111. Control 
mechanism. 1.579,747 ; Apr. 6. 

Balzer, Fritz, Moliue, assignor to Troy Laundry Ma- 
chinery Co., Ltd.. Chicago, 111. Operating mechanism 
for washing machines. 1,579,748 ; Apr. 6. 

Ramherg, Carl. 'See Wunscb. Guido. assignor.) 

Bamberger. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio. Lifting device. 
1,585,325 ; May 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bamberger, Paul G., Chicago, 111. Rowlock. 1,589,000 ; 
•lime 15. 

Baml'ord, Cyril J. (See Bamford, Joseph and C. J.) 

Bamford, Cyril J. (See Morris, A. and E. J., and Bam- 
ford.) 

Bamford, Joseph. (See Morris, A. and E. J., and Bam- 
ford.) 

Bamford, Joseph and C. J., Uttoxeter, England. Driving 
gear for converging shafts. 1,612,251 ; Dec. 28. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Kand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 1,575,310 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 1,575,810 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 
1,585,639; May 25. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 
1.585,640 ; May 25. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 
1,586,234 : May 25. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. 1,594,920 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bancel, Paul A., Nutley, assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Surface condenser. .1.(105,157 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bancroft, Joseph, & Sons Co. (See Berry, William, 
assignor.) 

Bancroft, Joseph, & Sons Co. (See Macadam, J., and 
Berry, assignors.) 

Bancroft, Walter H., Bryn Athyn, Pa. Manufacture of 
alkaline secondary or storage batteries. 1,585,521 ; 
May 18. 

Band-Bound Box Company. (See Norton, R. H., and 
Campbell, assignors.) 

Bander, Jacob B., New York, N. Y. Canopy holder. 
1,598,696 ; Sept. 7. 

Bander, Jacob B., N„ew York, N. Y. Shade holder for 
electric-light fixtures. 1,605,696 ; Nov. 2. 

Bander, Jacob B., New York, N. Y. Lamp bell for globes 
and shades. " t ,608,354 ; Nov. 23. 

Bandur, Adolph P., Berwyn, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Loading-coil case. 1,587,744 ; June 8. 

Bandy, Robert W., Seattle, Wash. Press-paper-roll 
chuck. 1,597,568; Aug. 24. 

Bancs, Glenn O., North English, Iowa. Syringe-filling 
attachment for bottles. 1,579,996; Apr. 6. 

Banfil, William H., Watertown, Mass. Hose nozzle. 
1,604,252 ; Oct. 26. 

Banghart, George E., Ballston, Va. Spark plug. 
1,579,025; Apr. 6. 

Bangs, Ralph C., Providence, R. I. Combined hand-bag 
frame and vanity case. 1,570,326 ; Jan. 19. 

Banholzer, Herwin S., and J. J. Montague, Bicknell, Ind. 
Dirigible headlight. 1,576,129 ; Mar. 9. 

Banigan, Thomas F. (See Bassett, H. P., and Banigan.) 

Bank, Albert M., Jersey City, N. J. Insecticide con- 
tainer for upholstered furniture. 1,576,262 ; Mar. 9. 

Bank of America, The, et al., executors. (See Sperry, 
Lawrence B.) 

Bauke, August P., Pilot Point, Tex. Ice-block-scouring 
machine. 1,604,956 ; Nov. 2. 

Banker, Bruster D., Spokane, assignor of fortv-eight 
one-hundreaths to L. Ghylin, Moab, Wash. Dirigible 
headlight. 1,596,864 ; Aug. 24. 

Banker, William C, Chicago, 111. Egg candler. 1,610,843 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bankers Box Company. (See Fellowes, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

Bankers Electric Protective Association. ('See Crawford, 
Franklin E., assignor.) 

Bankers Thrift Corporation. (See Goodman, Harry S., 
assignor. ) 

Bankers Trust Company, executor. (See Moskowitz, 
Morris.) 

Bankert, Pred H., Ottawa, assignor to Chicago Retort and 
Fire Brick Company, Chicago, 111. Brick-pressing ma- 
chine. 1,605,201 ; Nov. 2. 

Bankow, Emma, New York, N. Y. Napkin holder. 
1.606,741 ; Nov. 16. 

Banks, Anna, Omaha, Nebr. Strainer. 1,605,887 ; Nov. 2. 

Banks, Clarence E., assignor of one-half to J. L. Bright- 
well, Montloello, Mo. Insulator. 1,570,723 ; Jan. 26. 

Banks, George L., Los Angeles. Calif. Automatic crude-oil 
sampler. 1,585,072 ; May 18. 

Banks, John N., assignor to Linotype and Machinery 
Limited, London, England. Means for use in the photo- 
graphic production of typographical printing surfaces. 
1.570,424; Jan. 19. 

Banks. John N.. assignor to Linotype and Machinery 
Limitod, London, England. Film exposing, developing, 
and finishing apparatus of photographic typographical 
composing machines, 1,590,796; .June 29. 

Bnnks, Percy W., and A. N. Burt, assignors to Detachable 
Seels Limited, Wellington, New Zealand. Heel of 
footwear. 1,574. 595; Feb. 23. 

Banneltz, Fritz, Berlln-Schoneberg, Germany. Electro- 
static apparatus. 1,605,911 ; Nov. 0. 



Banneitz, Fritz, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to C. 
Lorenz Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. 
Speed-regulating device. 1,578,794 ; Mar. 30. 

Banner, Elbert C, and Merritt I. Tubbs, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electric heating log. Des. 71,098 ; Sept. 21. 

Banner, Otto A., assignor to The Falk Corporation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Fuel-Injection nozzle for oil engines. 
1,569,448 ; Jan. 12. 

Banner, Otto A., assignor to The Falk Corporation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Flexible coupling. 1,610,844 ; Dec. 14. 

Banner, Robert J., Youngstown, Ohio. Bearing or bear- 
ing liner. 1,570,033 ; Jan. 19. 

Banner Rock Products Company. (See Hall, Charles C, 
assignor.) 

Bannister, Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Bannister 
Motor Appliance Company. Carburetor. 1,578,382 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bannister, Clyde E., Houston, Tex. Well-drilling ap- 
paratus. jl.608,575 : Nov. 30. 

Bannister, George R., Greenville, S. C. Automobile horn. 
1,590,797; June 29. 

Bannister Motor Appliance Company. (See Bannister, 
Bryant, assignor.) 

Banschbach, Edward A., Chicago, 111. Automobile fender 
and guard. 1,572,460 ; Feb. 9. 

Banschbach. Edward A., Chicago, 111. Buffer-testing de- 
vice. 1,583,109 ; May 4. 

Banta, Henry W., Newark, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Sealing leading-in conductor. 1,579.626 ; Apr. 6. 

Banta, Len A., Clearfield, Pa. Refrigerator show case. 
1,581,156; Apr. 20. 

Banzett, William H., Bergenfield, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Lithographic Company. New York, N. Y. Sheet 
drying mechanism. 1.591.954 ; July 13. 

Bar and Billet Scraper Co. (See Smith, John t.„ 
assignor.) 

Barabino, Adolfo, and F. Gr.'ieve, Genoa, Italy. Ma- 
chine for the manufacture of small packings. 
1,598,035; Aug. 31. 

Baragwanath, Neysa M., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Stehli Silks Corporation. Textile fabric. Des. 69,555 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Baragwanath, Neysa M., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Stehli Silks Corporation. Textile fabric. Des. 70,048 ; 
May 4. 

Baranowski, Anthony S., et al. (See Fiskow, Jemes, as- 
signor.) 

Baranowski, Stanislaus, et al. (See Fiskow, Jemes, as- 
signor.) 

Barany, Edmund R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Switch. 1,588,515 ; 
June 15. 

Barany, Edmund R., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Yale 
Electric Corporation. Battery box. 1,583,517 ; May 4. 

Barany, Edmund R., Brooklyn. N. Y., assignor to French 
Battery Company, Madison, Wis. Portable electrical 
flash lamp. 1.608,195 ; Nov. 23. 

Barascud, Louis A. M., Paris, France. Railway-air-brake 
control valve. 1,570,426 ; Jan. 19. 

Barault, Georges, Brussels, Belgium. Heating stove. 
1,568,866; Jan. 5. 

Barbarite Corporation. (See Barrett, Harold G., as- 
signor.) 

Barbarite Corporation. (See Barrett, H. G., and Bartling, 
assignors.) 

Barbarou, Marius J.-B.. Taris, France. Control of car- 
buretors for internal-combustion engines. 1,582,239 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Paris, France. Starting appara- 
tus for internal-combustion engines. 1.609,284; Dec. 7. 

Barbe, Edgar H. (See Guissart, A., and Barbe.) 

Barbeau, Philip J. (See Pare, O., and Chenler, assignors.) 

Barber, Allan J„ Woonsocket, R. I. Game. 1,571,503 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Ballintine, Frank 
J., assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Bergner, John C, 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Browne, Frank A., 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Forrest, Charles N., 
assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Forrest, C. N., Hay- 
den, and Douthett, assignors.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Hart, W. J., and 
Boaz, assignors.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Haydun, H. P., anc 
Weaver, assignors.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Miller, John S. 
jr., assignor.) 

Barber Asphalt Company, The. (See Ritter, George, as 
siguor.) 

Barber, Charles C, Freeport, N. Y., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, New York, N. Y. Centrifugal gov 
ernor. 1,600,138; Nov. 9. 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Colman, Howard D., as- 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Hathaway, Edgar F., as 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Marcellus, Brooks, as- 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A., as 
signor.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, B. A., and Cum- 
mings, assignors.) 

Barber, David A. (See Waite, Charles F., assignor.) 

Barber, Ernest. (See Carroll, John, assignor.) 

Barber, Frank W., Nashville, Tenn. Insecticide. 
1.580,992 ; Apr. 13. 

Barber, Franklin L., Chicago, 111., assignor to Standard 
Car Truck Company. Drawbar buffer. 1,599,943 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Barber, Franklin L., and E. W. Webb, assignors to Stand- 
ard Car Truck Company, Chicago, 111. Car truck. 
1.595,137 ; Aug. 10. 

Barber, Fred W. (See La Cross, W. T., and Barber.) 

Barber, George H., New Bochelle, assignor to Yale Elec- 
tric Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Centering device for 
flash lights. 1,605,637 ; Nov. 2. 

Barber-Greene Company. (See Barber, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Barber, Harry E., Boston, Mass. Radiator support. 
1,574,353 ; Feb. 23. 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Loader. Rel6,448 ; Oct. 26. 

Barber, Harry H., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora, 111. Portable conveyer. 1,589,091 ; June 15. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Sheet-feed guide mech- 
anism. 1,568,540; Jan. 5. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Inking 
mechanism for printing presses. 1,570,293 ; Jan. 19. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Applying antioffset ma- 
terial to the freshly-printed sides of traveling webs. 
1,576,130 ; Mar. 9. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Multicolor 
web-perfecting printing press. 1,580,635 ; Apr. 13. 

Barber, Howard M., Stonington, Conn., assignor to C. 
B. Cottrell & Sons Company, New York, N. Y. Packer 
finger for signature-delivery mechanism. 1,584,349 ; 
May 11. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Sheet-associating mecha- 
nism. 1,593,235 ; July 20. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. G. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Safety gripper motion for 
cylinder presses. 1,593,236 ; July 20. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Fly delivery for sheets. 
1,593,237 ; July 20. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Westerly, R. I. Web slack preventer for 
multicolor perfecting printing presses. 1,592,064 ; 
July 13. 

Barber, Howard M., assignor to C. B. Cottrell & Sons 
Company, Westerly, B. I. Controlling means for the 
traveling offset web of multicolor printing presses. 
1,592,065; July 13. 

Barber, Margaret L. (See Hammond, W. F., and 
Barber.) 

Barber, Martin A., Cleveland, Ohio. Universal joint for 
automatic connecters. 1,609,279 ; Dec. 7. 

Barber, Stanley L., Pasadena, Calif. Tree surgery. 
1,590,923 ; June 29. 

Barber, Thoss I. (See Epps, Joseph, assignor.) 

Barber, Vincent. (See Siebenhaar, Christian J., as- 
signor.) 

Barber, Walter H., Stoneham, Mass., assignor to Sub- 
marine Signal Company, Portland, Me. Hydrophone. 
1,587,890 ; June 8. 

Barber, William, New York, N. Y. Demountable rim 
structure for wheels. 1,577,158 ; Mar. 16. 

Barber, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Demountable metal 
disk wheel. 1,609.854; Dec. 7. 

Barber, William E., Farnborough, England. Remote con- 
trol mechanism. 1,580,877 ; Apr. 13. 

Barber, William H. (See Evans, E. J., and Barber.) 

Barber, William M., Whitwell, Tenn. Sawing and grind- 
ing attachment for tractors. 1,585,818 ; May 25. 

Barberis, Eligio G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Waterproof pro- 
tector. 1,576,023; Mar. 9. 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, France. Removing tar from the 
vapors arising from the carbonization of wood. 

1.598.547 ; Aug. 31. 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, France. Refining alcohol. 

1.598.548 ; Aug. 31. 

Barbey, Camille, Vaud, Switzerland, and R. E. S. Ven- 

ables, London, England. Rolling stock for railways 

and tramways. 1,576,298 ; Mar. 9. 
Barbey, Francis A., et al. (See McManama, John W., 

assignor.) 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 

Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Carton and packing the same. 

1,571,918 ; Feb. 2. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 

Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Demountable dispenser for 

paper cups. 1,573,027 ; Feb. 16. 
Barbieri, Cesare. New York, N. Y., assignor to Vortex 

Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Collapsed-cup dispenser. 

1,582,661 ; Apr. 27. 
Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 

Mfg. Co. Automatic blank-feeding device. 1,584,713 ; 

May 18. 



Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vor- 
tex Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Nested-cup attachment for 
cup-forming machines. 1,594,442 ; Aug. 3. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Carton. 1,598,235 ; Aug. 31. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Blank-feeding device for mul- 
tiple automatic folding machines. 1,605,495 ; Nov. 2. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Nested-liat-cup dispenser. 
1,605,496; Nov. 2. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vor- 
tex Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Automatic blank-feeding 
apparatus for cup-forming machines. 1,610,191 ; Dec. 7. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to The Vortex 
Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Conical paper cup and making 
the same. 1,610,192 ; Dec. 7. 

Barbiers, Arthur R., assignor of one-half to R. C Rose, 
Osceola, Ark. Vehicle top construction. 1,608,458 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Barbosa, Pablo A., Buga, Valle, Colombia, assignor of 
thirty per cent to A. Velasquez, B., New York, N. Y. 
Battery. 1,581,410; Apr. 20. 

Barbour, Frank D. (See Simons, D. M., and Barbour.) 

Barbour, J. E., Company. (See Van Hook, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Barbour, James G., assignor to The Metropolitan Pav- 
ing Brick Company, Canton, Ohio. Trickling-filter 
floor construction. 1,601,465 ; Sept. 28. 

Barbour, Perley E. (See Arnold, Pearl C, assignor.) 

Barbour, Perley E. (See Gibson, Lorenzo H.) 

Barbour Welting Company. (See Arnold, Pearl C, as- 
signor.) 

Barbour Welting Company. (See Gibson, Lorenzo H., 
assignor.) 

Barcalo, Edward J., assignor to Barcalo Manufacturing 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Side panel for child's crib 
or similar article. Des. 71,488 ; Nov. 16. 

Barcalo Manufacturing Company. (See Barcalo, Edward 
J., assignor.) 

Barclay, Gustaf L, assignor to Detroit Steel Products 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Window latch. 1,569,697 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Barclay, Preston W., Chicago, 111. System of conserving 
fruits. 1.601,101; Sept. 28. 

Bard, Charles T., Norwich, Conn. Fluid-cut-off mecha- 
nism. 1,580,277; Apr. 13. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, and G. W. Bender, 
Chicago, 111. ; said Bender assignor to said Bard. Cur- 
tain construction. 1,596,140 ; Aug. 17. 

Bard, James H., Bell, Calif. Gate. 1,578,795 ; Mar. 30. 

Bard, Kenneth M., Manawa, Wis. Railway-crossing sig- 
nal and operating the same. 1,594,443 ; Aug. 3. 

Bard, Ralph, trustee. (See Hofmann, George, assignor.) 

Bardeen, Charles W., assignor to B and B Pipe Shops, 
Inc., Long Beach, Calif. Apparatus for annealing 
pipe. 1,575,087; Mar. 2. 

Barden, George L. (See Watson, A. L., and Barden). 

Bardenheuer, William C, Chicago, 111., assignor to 
Brunswick-Kroeschell Company. Clearance pocket. 
1,686,278; May 25. 

Bardera, Jose M., New York, N. Y. Gas cock. 1,584,270 ; 
May 11. 

Bardon, Donis M., Seattle, Wash. Cable-connecting de- 
vice. 1,584,830; May 18. 

Bardsley, Willard W-, et al., executors. (See Wardwell, 
Simon W.) 

Bardt, Hans, Santiago, Chile. Reduction of neutral and 
acid metal-salt solution. 1,592,173 ; July 13. 

Barducci, Pilaae, Naples, Italy. Drying plant. 1,571,226 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Barducci, Pilade, Milan, Italy. Drying plant. 1,571,227 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Barducci, Pilade, Milan, Italy. Drying plant. 1,571,228 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Bardy Projector Co. (See Bardy, Samuel, assignor.) 

Bardy, Samuel, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bardy 
Projector Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Projecting moving 
pictures and moving-picture-projecting machines. 
1,573,438; Feb. 16. 

Barefoot, Josie C, Charlotte, N. C. Cushion spring. 
1,589,092; June 15. 

Bareiss. John C, Philadelphia, Pa. Tube and pipe test- 
ing machine. 1,604,012 ; Oct. 19. 

Barenyi, Karl A., Berlin-Lichterfelde, Germany. Elec- 
tric starter for internal-combustion engines. 1,580,636 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bares, Vaclav, Schulenburg, Tex. Steering-gear holder. 
1,583,952; May 11. 

Bargagni, Angelo J-, Washington, D. C. Silent salesman 
rack for newspapers, magazines, etc. 1,587,359 ; 
June 1. 

Bargar, Frederick C, assignor to Nu-Ex-Fire Appliance 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Fire-extinguishing appa- 
ratus. 1,568,795; Jan. 5. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Cigarillo- 
manufacturing machine. 1,594,704 ; Aug. 3. 

Bargen, William J., Waukegan, 111., and W. R. Brennan, 
Missoula, Mont. Pen and pencil box. 1,583,645 ; 
May 4. 

Bargen, William J., Waukegan, 111., and W. R. Brennan, 
Missoula, Mont. Seat-adjusting means. 1,583,646 ; 
May 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bargen, William J., and W. R. Brennan, Missoula, Mont. 

Combined desk and seat. 1,591,651 ; July 6. 
Barger, Harvey F. (See Barger, Newton A. and H. F.) 
Barger, Newton A. and H. F., Cedar Vale, Kans. De- 
horning mechanism. 1,572,982 ; Feb. 16. 
Barger, Samuel R. (See Thompson, F. L., and Barger.) 
Barger, William R. and L. A. Hawkins, Washington, 

D. C, assignors, hy mesne assignments, to The 

People of the United States. Treatment of fruit for 

the prevention of decay. 1,598,697 ; Sept. 7. 
Barham, Robert M., Leaksville, N. C. Sign. 1,533,438 ; 

May 4. 
Barhight, Charles E., Carbondale, Pa., assignor to Cross 

Egineering Company. Screening device. 1,597,173 ; 

Aug. 24. 
Baril, Joseph R. (See Bohnhardt, Charles F. H., as- 
signor.) 
Barion, Christian O., San Francisco, Calif. Automatic 

water-feed apparatus for hoilers. 1,606,918 ; Nov. 16. 
Bariscillo. John J.. Asbury Park, N. J. Nozzle spray. 

1.602,095; Oct. 5. 
Barkeij, Jean A. H., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combus- 

tion engine. 1,595,372 ; Aug. 10. 
Barkelew Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Denny, 

C. W., McLaughlin, and Helwig, assignors.) 
Barkelew Electric Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

McLaughlin, William E.. assignor.) 
Barkelew, James T., near Pasadena, and W. L. Connor, 

assignors to Famous Players Lasky Corporation, Los 

Angeles, Calif. Machine for coloring motion-picture 

films. 1,587,745 ; June 8. 
Barker, Anson S., Minneapolis, Minn. Combined grain 

cross conveyer and dockage remover. 1,574,751 ; 

Mar. 2. 
Barker Brothers, Inc. (See Slicker, James M., assignor.) 
Barker & Company (Coachbuilders) Limited. (See Rid- 

lington, Joseph, assignor.) 
Barker, Elliott R., Arlington, and F. J. Dooley, Medford, 

Mass. Method and apparatus for manufacturing wood 

pulp. 1,612,484; Dec. 28. 
Barker, Ezra, Portland, Oreg. Automobile signal-lamp 

casing. Des. 69,932; Apr. 20. 
Barker, Galen D. (See Culp, G. K., jr., Barker, and 

Sturgis.) 
Barker, George R., assignor of one-half to C. A. Sartain, 

Chicago, 111. Radiator front. 1,591,602 ; July 6. 
Barker, James, Kalamazoo, Mich. Fountain pen. 

1,571,363; Feb. 2. 
Barker, John C, assignor of one-half to M. L. Simpson, 

London, England. Divisible rim for vehicle wheels. 

1,587,300; June 1. 
Barker, John S., Rochester, N. T. Mechanical time 

fuse. 1,576,131 ; Mar. 9. 
Barker, Joseph E., Denver, Colo. Permutation lock. 

1,595,979 ; Aug. 10. 
Barker, Percy E., assignor to The Van Dorn Iron Works 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dump truck. 1,572,876 ; 

Feb. 16. 
Barker, Percy E., assignor of one-half to T. B. Van Dorn, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Washing machine. 1,586,022 ; 

May 25. 
Barker, Percy E., assignor to The Van Dorn Iron Works 

Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dumping mechanism for 

motor trucks. 1,603,264 ; Oct. 19. 
Barker, Percy E., assignor of one-half to T. B. Van Dorn, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Dishwashing machine. 1,605,021 ; 

Nov. 2. 
Barker, Perry W., assignor of one-half to E. Balfour, 

Denver. Colo. Locomotive fire box. 1,610,231 ; 

Dec. 14. 
Barker, Reuben F., Portland, Oreg. Driving mechanism 

for rotary valves. 1,596,330 ; Aug. 17. 
Barker, Reuben F., Portland, Ores. Combined shock ab- 
sorber and load equalizer. 1,608,051 ; Nov. 23. 
Barker, Robert W., Providence, R. I., assignor to E. A 

Taft, trustee, Brookline, Mass. Knot-tying implement 

1.568,311; Jan. 5. 
Barker, Seth S., Ottumwa, Iowa. Poultry-feeding bat- 
tery. 1,580.774 ; Apr. 13. 
Barker, Seth S., Ottumwa, Iowa. Door construction fo 

poultry coops. 1.580,775 ; Apr. 13. 
Barker, Simeon T., Cebu, Cebu, P. I. Engine. 1,605,912 

Nov. 9. , 

Barker, William II., assignor to R. J. D. Orn, New York 

N. Y. Building material and producing same 

1.610,211 : Dec. 7. 
Barker, William M. (See Bonnot, L. C, and Barker.) 
Barker, William M., Canton, Ohio. Drier. 1,590,798 

June 29. 

Barker, William M.. Canton, Ohio. Balanced ball mill. 

1.594,890; Aug. 3. 
Barker, William '1'., Wntcrbury, Conn. Cleaning device 

for rotating brushes. 1,000,388; Sept. 21. 
Berkley, Alberto. (See Barkley, Fred w., assignor.) 
Barkley, Fred W., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to A. Barkley, 

Painted Port, N. I. Calculating machine. 1,589,347; 

June 22. 
Barks, Frank S.. St. Louis, Mo. Connection for lubrica- 
tors. 1,578,919; Mar. 30. 
Barks, Frank S., St. Louis, Mo. Lubricator. 1,601,490; 

Bept. 28. 
B.irks, Walter B.. Columbus. Ohio. Name plate for radio 

set. Des. 71,099; Sept. 21. 



Barks, Walter B., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Strom- 
berg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Dial escutcheon for radio-apparatus 
panels or similar article. Des. 70,934 ; Aug. 31. 

Barks, Walter B., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Strom- 
berg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Dial escutcheon for radio-apparatus 
panels or similar article. Des. 70,935 ; Aug. 31. 

Barkschat, Henry, Los Angeles, Calif. Lamp-post struc- 
ture. 1,579,909 ; Apr. 6. 

Barkschat, Henry, assignor to Marbelite Corporation of 
America, Los Angeles, Calif. Mold for concrete posts 
and the like. 1,611,803 ; Dec. 21. 

Barkschat, Henry, assignor to Marbelite Corporation of 
America, Los Angeles, Calif. Molding machine. 
1,611,804; Dec. 21. 

Barkstrom, Edward C. (See Beall, Clarence A., assignor.) 

Barkstrom, Lewis T. (See Seeburg, N. M., and Bark- 
strom.) 

Barley, Joseph C, York, Pa. Storm-type shingle clamp. 
1.570,222: Jan. 19. 

Barley, William B., Rochester, N. Y. Dishwashing ma- 
chine. 1,593,417 : July 20. 

Barling, Montague H., Camden Town, London, England. 
Tobacco pipe. 1,591,411 ; July 6. 

Barling, Walter H., Dayton, Ohio. Aircraft. 1„592,917 : 
July 20. 

Barling, Walter H., Dayton. Ohio. Landing gear. 
1 .608,763 : Nov. 30. 

Barlow, Alfred H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to G. H. 
Barlow and J. J. Desmond, Corry, Pa. Flexible ex- 
tension for front clasps and steel stays. 1,609,237 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Barlow, Cone, and E. R. Clapp, Donnacona, Quebec, Can- 
ada. Laying roll. 1,590,875 ; June 29. 

Barlow, Cone, and E. R. Clapp, Donnacona. Quebec, 
Canada. Fiber-laying roll. 1,600,529 ; Sept. 21. 

Barlow, George H., et al. (See Barlow, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

Barlow, George H., et al. (See Seely, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Barlow, Joseph A. (See Lund, H. A., and Barlow.) 

Barlow, Lester P., Cleveland, Ohio. Feed-water precipi- 
tator. 1,611.805; Dec. 21. 

Barlow, Orrin G., Davenport, Iowa. Ignition-switch 
lever. 1,508,125 ; Jan. 5. 

Barlow, Paul A. (See Allbrlght, Charles H., assignor.) 

Barlow, Simon, Ogden, Utah. Fuel-feed control for au- 
tomotive engines. 1,576,078 ; Mar. 9. 

Barlow, Simon, Ogden, Utah. Fuel-feed control for au- 
tomotive engines. 1.576,079 ; Mar. 9. 

Barlow, William E., Trevose, assignor to H. A. Dygert, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Coating apparatus. 1,594,991 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Barmack, Boris J., Chicago, 111. Strain-insulator clevis. 
1.575,407 : Mar. 2. 

Barme, Friedrich, Elberfeld, Germany. Process and ap- 
paratus for the production of double-wall tubes. 
1,587,933; June 8. 

Barna, Andrew, jr., Chicago, 111. Ignition tester. 
1,594.992; Aug. 3. 

Barnard, Dudley J., Barking, England. Grab. 1,5S6,023 ; 
May 26. 

Barnard. Paul J., Venice, Calif. Toy sand ship. 
1.600.616 ; Sept. 21. 

Barnard, Samuel G., Seattle, Wash. Running gear for 
vehicles. 1,578,705 ; Mar. 30. 

Barnard, Therides V., Schaller, Iowa. Combined corn 
popper and camp stove. 1,594,190 ; July 27. 

Barnard, Thomas H., Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Earth 
anchor. 1,584,420 ; May 11. 

Barnard, William M. (See O'Brien, Joseph J., assignor.) 

Barndt, Herbert J., and A. K. Birrell, Binghamton, N. Y. 
Circuit closer. 1,579.431 ; Apr. 6. 

Baruebey. Oscar L., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Ameri- 
can Solvent Recovery Corporation. Transporting and 
storing gases. 1.608,155 ; Nov. 23. 

Barueck, Russell E., St. Paul, Minn. Tightening device 
for flexible elements. 1,574,857 ; Mar. 2. 

Barnes, Albert F.,. Brooklyn, N. Y. Concrete piling. 
1,588,516; June 15. 

Barnes, Catharyn A., Seattle, Wash. Toy. 1,593,686 ; 
July 27. 

Barnes, Charles J., Redlands, Calif. Bait depositor for 
rodents. 1,573,670; Feb. 16. 

Barnes, Charles J., Redlands. Calif. Frost-preventive 
covering for trees. 1,600.749; Sept. 21. 

Barnes. Charles J., Redlands, Calif. Duplex rake. 
1.607,037 ; Nov. 16. 

Barnes, Clarence W., Sioux City, Iowa. Ignition de- 
vice. 1,598.190; Aug. 31. 

Barnes, David K., McNary, Ariz. Station indicator. 
1,581,716; Apr. 20. 

Barnes, Doctor D. (See Gammon, L. C, and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Edwin, Sheffield. England. Spectacle and like 
joint. 1,590.719; June 29. 

Barnes, Eugene L., Buffalo, N. Y. Refrigerating unit. 
1.589,348; June 22. 

Barnes, Eugene L., Buffalo, N. Y. Ice form. 1,592.006; 
July 13. 

Barnes, Frank R„ Youngstown, Ohio. Clip 1,610,351 ; 
Dec. 14. 



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Barnes, Fred D., Chicago, 111., assignor to L. R. Conwell, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. Display device. 1,612,691 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Barnes, Fred D., Chicago, 111., assignor to L. R. Conwell, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. Display device. 1,612,692 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Barnes, Herbert, assignor to The English Electric Com- 
pany Limited. London, England. Dynamo-electric ma- 
chine. 1,599,631 ; Sept. 14. 

Barnes, Howard S., Redford, Mich. Soft-nose screw. 
1,581,096 ; Apr. 20. 

Barnes, James H., Montgomery, near Dayton, Ohio. 
Generating the involute profiles or gear teeth. 
1.608,052 ; Nov. 23. 

Barnes, James W., Cleveland, Tenn. Snubher. 1,588,294 ; 
June 8. 

Barnes, Jesse W., and T. C. Reynolds, Oneonta, N. Y. 
Spark plug. 1,579,060 ; Mar. 30. 

Barnes, John. (See Shanaberger, Charles W., assignor.) 

Barnes, John A., Burkburnett, Tex. Stopcock. 1,569,252 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Barnes. John S., Ann Arbor, Mich. Combined screen 
and storm window or door frame. 1,602,096 ; Oct. 5. 

Barnes, John S., assignor to W. F. & John Barnes Com- 
pany, Rockford. 111. Variable-speed transmission 
mechanism. 1,575,027 ; Mar. 2. 

Barnes, Julius E., Woodruff, Kans., assignor of one-half 
to L. O. Flynn, Imperial, Nebr. Combined door check 
and fastener. 1,573,368; Feb. 16. 

Barnes, Nathaniel C, Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile 
crank holder. 1,569,530 ; Jan. 12. 

Barnes, Samuel W., Barnum, Tex. Evaporator for rib- 
bon can sirup. 1,59S,670 ; Sept. 7. 

Barnes Scale Company. (See Kind. Bert W.. assignor.) 

Barnes, Stuart C, Detroit, assignor to Hayes Wheel Com- 
pany, Jackson, Mich. Attached lug. 1.599,632 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Barnes, W. F. & John, Company. (See Barnes, John S., 
assignor.) 

Barnes, William J., San Francisco, Calif. Rope-holding 
means. 1,611,329 ; Dec. 21. 

Barnett, Cynthia M., assignor of one-half to F. C. Mc- 
Kinley, Seattle, Wash. Game. 1,594,872 ; Aug 3. 

Barnett, Edward L, New York, N. Y. Golf apparatus. 
1.574.596 ; Feb. 23. 

Barnett, Frank T. (See West, B. F., and Barnett.) 

Barnett, J. S., et al. (See Berkshire, Melvin, assignor.) 

Barnett, Jesse M., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Apparatus for manu- 
facturing concrete blocks and the like. 1,595,49-1 
Aug. 10. 

Barnett, Joel F., Alva, Ky. Mine brattice. 1,594,921 
Aug. 3. 

Barnett, Louis, New York, N. Y. Adjustable hat 
1,579,997 ; Apr. 6. 

Barnett, Louis, New York, N. Y. Plug cap. 1,611,S06 
Dec. 21. 

Barnett, William J., Kenilworth, Transvaal, South Africa 
assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey Ci*v, N. J 
Rock drill. 1,599,197 ; Sept. 7. 

Barney, Arthur L., assignor to Tiffany & Company, New 
York, N. Y. Spoon or similar article. Des. 70,153 
May 18. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,570,988 ; Jan. 26. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,576,941 ; Mar. 16. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.579,749 ; Apr. 6. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Reming- 
ton Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting 
machine. 1,590,407 ; June 29. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,595,985; Aug. 17. 

Barney. Edwin E., New Rochelle. assignor to Reming- 
ton Typewriter Company. Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.603,105 : Oct. 12. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion. N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,603,827; Oct. 19. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,603,828 ; Oct. 19. 

Barney. Edwin E., New Rochelle. assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1,006.334 ; Nov. 9. 

Barney, Edwin E., New Rochelle, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.607,112; Nov. 16. 

Barney, Ernest E. (See Gegenheimer, W., and Barney.) 

Barney Oldfield Manufacturing Company. (See Brown, 
Ray W.. assignor.) 

Barney, William R., assignor to W. C. Norris, Tulsa. 
Okla. Pumping jack. i,60G.463 ; Nov. 9. 

Barngrove, James L. (See Kendall, James W., assignor.! 

Barnhart, Andrew J., Placentia, Calif. Cultivator shank. 
1.596.389 ; Aug. 17. 

Barnhart, Andrew J.. Placentia, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to D. T. Hanks, San Angelo. Tex. Automatic au- 
tomobile gate. 1,596,388; Aug. 17. 



Barnhart, Clarence E., San Francisco, Calif. Oil-shale 
retort. 1,604,253; Oct. 26. 

Barnhart, Donald B., Warren, Pa. Mirror attachment 
for toothbrushes. 1,604,873 ; Oct. 26. 

Barnhart, George E. (See Elton, M. S., and Barnhart.) 

Barnhart, George E., assignor of one-half to M. S. 
Elton, Pasadena. Calif. Heater. 1,606,494 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnhart, Harold T., Portland, Oreg. Humidity gauge 
for hot-air furnaces. 1,611,505 ; Dec. 21. 

Barnhart, Harry J., assignor to The Osgood Company, 
Marion, Ohio. Track links for steam-shovel struc- 
tures. 1,579,499; Apr G. 

Barnhart, Harry J., assignor to The Osgood Company, 
Marion, Ohio. Vehicle structure. 1,582,569 ; Apr. 27. 

Barnhill, Frank D., et al., executors. (See Hadley, 
Charles R.) 

Barnhill, Josephine M., assignor to F. A. Brinkman, San 
Francisco, Calif. Reversible hat. 1,569.942 ; Jan. 19. 

Barnickel, Wm. S., & Company. (See De Groote, Melvin, 
assignor. ) 

Barnickel, Wm. S., & Company. (See De Groote, M., and 
Adams, assignors.) 

Barnickel, Wm. S., & Company. (See De Groote, M,, and 
Keiser, assignors.) 

Barnswell, Robert P. (See Dunham, Clayton T., as- 
signor.) 

Barnum, Oliver S., Alhambra, Calif. Divided washer. 
1,089,455 ; June 22. 

Barnum, Starr H. (See Curry, M., and Barnum.) 

Barnum, Starr H., New Haven, and T. H. Soren, West 
Hartford, assignors to The Bigelow Company, New 
Haven, Conn. Water-tube boiler. 1,600,617 ; Sept. 21. 

Barnum, Starr H., and G. Welter, assignors to The Bige- 
low Company, New Haven, Conn. Tube-plate con- 
struction. 1.590.876 ; June 29. 

Barnum, Thomas E., Wauwatosa, and E. R. Stoekle, as- 
signors to The Cutler-Hammer Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Protective device for electric circuits. 1,571,182 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Baron, Harry, et al., administrators. (See Baron, Jo- 
seph.) 

Baron, James, & Sons Limited. (See Greenwood, Harry 
S., assignor.) 

Baron, Jonn, New York, N. Y.. assignor to L. Laxer and 
C. Young. Closure lock. 1,607,038 ; Nov. 16. 

Baron, John, New York, N. Y., assignor to L. Laxer and 
C. Young. Closure lock. 1,607,039 : Nov. 16. 

Baron, John, Long Island City, N. Y., assignor to L. 
Laxer and C. Young. Closure lock. 1,607,040 ; Nov. 16. 

Baron, Joseph, deceased, New York, N. Y., S. Baron and 
H. Baron, administrators. Dough-cutting machine. 
1,571,504 ; Feb. 2. 

Baron, Sarah, et al., administrators. (See Baron, Jo- 
seph.) 

Barr, Archibald, and W. Stroud, Anniesland, Glasgow, 
assignors to Barr and Stroud, Limited, Glasgow, 
Scotland. Apparatus for the control of gunfire. 
1.583.439 ; May 4. 

Barr, Herman H., Norfolk, Va. Finger ring or similar 
article. Des. 70,309 ; June 8. 

Barr, Ira E., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Hol- 
low - building - block wall construction. 1,603,891 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Barr, James A., Mount Pleasant, Tenn., assignor to The 
International Agricultural Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Method and apparatus for drying or calcining. 
1,573,533; Feb. 16. 

Barr, James C„ Glasgow, Scotland, assignor to The Brit- 
ish Oxygen Company Limited, Upper Edmonton. Mid- 
dlesex, England. Container for gas impregnated with 
radioactive emanations. 1,597,504 ; Aug. 24. 

Barr, John H. (See Richardson, F. E., and Barr.) 

Barr, John H., Ithaca, assignor to Remington Type- 
writer Company, Ilion, N. Y. Typewriting machine. 
1,588.871 ; June 15. 

Barr, John M., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Louis Allis 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Rotor. 1,597,666 ; Aug. 31. 

Barr, John M., assignor to The Louis Allis Company. 
Milwaukee, Wis. Contracting apparatus. 1,608,715 • 
Nov. 30. 

Barr, Joseph A., Coldwater, N. Y. Liquid-transfer means. 
1,573,796; Feb. 23. 

Barr, Marshall E.. Franklin Park, 111. Track brake for 
railways. 1,576,623; Mar. 16. 

Barr, Sidney TJ., Brooklyn, N. Y. Casement window 
1.568,865; Jan. 5. 

Barr and Stroud, Limited. (See Barr, A., and Stroud, as- 
signors.) 

Barr, William J., Newport News, Va. Automobile truck- 
body construction. 1,588,000 ; June 8. 

Barrantes, Robert, Kenmore, and R. J. Bonstein and M. A. 
Replogle, Akron, assignors to Lambert Tire & Ruhbei 
Co., Barberton, Ohio. Manufacturing cellular cushion 
tires. 1.576.024 ; Mar. 9. 

Barratt, William G., Stoke-on-Trent, England. Teapot, 
coffeepot, and other pouring vessels provided with loose 
lids. 1,600,031 ; Sept. 14. 

Barratt, William T., Bennington, Vt.. assignor to C. S. 
Kehoe and A. and A. J. Cooper, executors of C. 
Cooper, deceased. Feed mechanism for circular-knitting 
machines. 1.609,454 ; Dec. 7. 

Barrel!, Charles S., Boston, Mass. Tire chain. 1,593,644 ; 
July 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Barrera, Rodulfo. (See Ricnrdo, L. R., and Barrera.) 

Barrett, Bert B.. Minden, La. Automobile locking de- 
vice. 1,591,603; July 6. 

Barrett Blue Blaze Burner Co. (See Barrett, James J., 
assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Adams, F. W., and Howell, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Downs, Charles R., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Howell, Kenneth B., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See King, Walter W., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Long, L. F., and Forman, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Perry, Ray P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Perry, R. P., and Adams, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Wittenberg, Lester, as- 
signor.) 

Barrett, Dwight O., Springfield, Ohio. Air starting 
valve. 1,608,459 ; Nov. 23. 

Barrett, Dwight O., Springfield, Ohio. Fuel pump and 
governor mechanism for oil engines. 1,612,600 ; Dec. 28. 

Barrett, Edward R., assignor to Wood Hydraulic Hoist 
and Body Company, Detroit, Mich. Power take-off 
mechanism. 1,589,093 ; June 15. 

Barrett, Floyd A., Dallas Center, Iowa. Exhaust-mani- 
fold attachment. 1,587,208 ; June 1. 

Barrett. Frank M., et al. (See Martin, Thomas N., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett, Harold G., Wilmette, assignor to Barbarite Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Metallic reenforcing core for 
golf-club shafts and the like and making the same. 
1,577,159 ; Mar. 16. 

Barrett, Harold G., Wilmette, assignor to Pyratone Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Chicago, 111. Shaft for golf clubs 
and the like. 1,000,389 ; Sept. 21. 

Barrett, Harold G, Wilmette, and H. G. Bartling, as- 
signors to Barbarite Corporation, Chicago, 111. Shaft 
for golf clubs and the like. 1,600,390 ; Sept. 21. 

Barrett, James J., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Bar- 
rett Blue Blaze Burner Co., Inc. Oil-burning appa- 
ratus. 1,570,327; Jan. 19. 

Barrett, James O., Meadville, Pa. Feed mechanism for 
facing machines. 1,575,522 ; Mar. 2. 

Barrett, Joseph C, Brooklyn, assignor to Bulkrug Ma- 
chine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Power-transmit- 
ting mechanism. 1,595,064 ; Aug. 10. 

Barrett, Joseph M., assignor to The S-C Regulator Man- 
ufacturing Company, Fostoria, Ohio. High-pressure 
valve. 1,588,645 ; June 15. 

Barrett, Joseph M., assignor to The "S-C" Regulator 
Manufacturing Company, Fostoria, Ohio. Condensation 
trap. 1,609,278; Dec. 7. 

Barrett, Joseph M., assignor to The "S-C" Regulator 
Manufacturing Company, Fostoria, Ohio. Pressure 
generator for regulating devices. 1,611,987 ; Dec. 28. 

Barrett, Leon J., Worcester, Mass. Pole pruning device. 
1,600,391; Sept. 21. 

Barrett, Thomas J., Bordentown, N. J. Preservation of 
poles and the like. 1,598.592 ; Aug. 31. 

Barrett, Urbane L. (See Efford, G. A., and Erickson, 
assignors.) 

Barrick, Donald C, Canton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Union Metal Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Metal column. 1,605,639; Nov. 2. 

Barrick, Donald C, W. S. Langenbacb, and F. M. Zink, 
Canton, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The 
Union Metal Manufacturing Company. Metal column. 
1,600,032; Sept. 14. 

Barrier, William A., Frederick, Okla. Casing-pulling de- 
vice. 1,572,983; Feb. 16. 

Barringor, George W.. Lawrence, N. Y. Trapdoor for au- 
tomobile floors. 1,597,569 ; Aug. 24. 

Barringer, Lawrence E., and C. F. Peterson, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Laminated mica product. 1,589.094; June 15. 

Barringer, Worth K., assignor of one-eighth to J. E. 
Jones, Denver, Colo. Swimming device. 1,580,595 ; 
June 1. 

Barron, Bernard M. (See Clement, H., and Barron.) 

Barron, Edward T., Superior, Wis. Hot-water tank. 
1.581,907 ; Apr. 20. 

Barron, Louis. Port Chester, N. Y. Folding garment 
hanger. 1,570.196; Jan. 19. 

Barrow, A. L. (See Portis, James A., assignor.) 

Barrow, John T. (See Mullins, Charles E., assignor.) 

Barrowman, James, Los Angeles, Calif. Bermuda-grass- 
destroying attachment. 1.600.003; Sept. 21. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Symington Company. Wear plate 
for car-truck side frames. 1,571,229 ; Feb. 2. 

Barrows, Donald S„ Rochester, assignor to The Syming- 
ton Company, New York, N. Y. Draft rigging. 
1,573,290; Feb. 16. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Symington Company. Draft rig- 
ging. 1. 579.500; Apr. 6. 

Barrows, Donald S.. Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Symington Company. Journal-box- 
fastening means. 1,585,522 ; May 18. 



Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Company. Side frame 

1,590,799 ; June 29. 
Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Symington Company. Spring 

plank. 1,600,495 ; Nov. 9. 
Barrows, George S., assignor to General Fire Extinguisher 

Company, Proviaience, R. I. Valve. 1,595,959 ; 

Aug. 10. 
Barrows, Kenneth D., Syracuse, Kans. Vanity case. 

1,594,147; July 27. 
Barrows, Robert Y. (See Barrows, R. Y., and Curtis, 

assignors.) 

Barrows, Robert Y., Inc. (See Barrows, Robert Y., as- 
signor.) 

Barrows, Robert Y., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Robert 
Y. Barrows, Inc. Phonograph. 1,586,596 ; June 1. 

Barrows, Robert Y., Rutherford, N. J., and H. P. Curtis, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to Robert Y. Barrows, Inc. 
Sound box. 1,603,574; Oct. 19. 

Barrundia, Federico Z., Mexico, Mexico. Electric sign. 
1,586,436; May 25. 

Barry, Carlos A., Sutherland, Iowa. Tractor hitch. 
1,568,867 ; Jan. 5. 

Barry, Frank P. (See McFadden, William D., assignor.) 

Barry, James J., Gloucester, Mass., assignor to General 
Seafoods Corporation of Delaware. Fish-skinning ma- 
chine. 1,596,649 ; Aug. 17. 

Barry, John, Marcus, Iowa. Snowplow. 1,569,531 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Barry, John C, Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 

Company. Self-propelled vehicle. 1,600,033 ; Sept. 14. 
Barry, John L., Scituate, Mass. Packaging yarn, tbread. 

and the like. 1,592.432 ; July 13. 
Barry, Joseph A., Philadelphia, Pa. Spotting device for 

the tenpins of bowling alleys. 1.608,156 ; Nov. 23. 
Barry-Macbeth Sales Company. (See Bushnell, John B., 

assignor.) 
Barry, Richard J., Houston, Tex. Dehydrating crude oil. 

1,593,893 ; July 27. 
Barry, Tracy J., and H. O. Sidenfaden, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Cuff device. 1,596,792 ; Aug. 17. 
Barry, Walter F., Newark, N. J., assignor to The S. S. 

White Dental Manufacturing Companv. Dental ex- 
tracting device. 1,600.686 ; Nov. 9. 
Barry, William B., jr., East Orange, and E. G. Myers, 

Montclair, N. J. Lamp construction. 1,598,036; 

Aug. 31. 

Barsam, Rene, Los Angeles, Calif. Mechanical almond 
cooker. 1,599,805; Sept. 14. 

Barsby, Harry H., Denver, Colo. Brake for baggage 
trucks. 1,580,801 : Apr. 13. 

Barsch, Emelie M, St. Joseph, Mo. Curtain tie and shade 
protector. 1,593,156 ; July 20. 

Barsky, George. (See Osborne, J. L„ and Barsky.) 

Barsky, George, assignor to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Making potassium ferricyanide. 
1,589,041; June 15. 

Barsky, George, assignor to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Fertilizer. 1,599,198; Sept. 7. 

Barstad, Adolf, Smiley Township, Pennington County, 
Minn. Concrete-wall mold. 1,575,959 ; Mar. 9. 

Barstow, Frank B., Rehoboth, Mass. Cigarette former. 
1,579,061 ; Mar. 30. 

Barstow, Lawrence M., Index, Wash. Adjustable stub 
axle joint. 1,569,311 ; Jan. 12. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Electroplating and 
apparatus therefor. 1,570,819 ; Jan. 26. 

Bart. Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Depositing silver. 
1,574,544; Feb. 23. 

Bart, Blasius, Newark, N. J. Forming reflecting sur- 
faces. 1,583.268 ; May 4. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Glass protector for 
reflectors. 1,583,269 ; May 4. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Forming electroplated 
articles and apparatus therefor. 1,587.268 : June 1. 

Bart, Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Depositing silver. 
1,593.998; July 27. 

Bart. Blasius, East Orange, N. J. Metallic shell. 
1,603,374 ; Oct. 19. 

Bart, Charles, New York, N. Y. Package seal. 1,582,444 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bart, Charles, Kew Gardens, N. Y. Coat hanger. 
1,582,662; Apr. 27. 

Bart, Thomas E., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The Mur- 
dock Manufacturing and Supply Company. Automobile 
radiator-filling device. 1,590,221 ; June 29. 

Bartell, Harry R., assignor to Commonwealth Steel Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Buffer casting. 1,595,336 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Bartell Pressing Machine Company. (See Bartell, Rein- 
hold, assignor.) 

Bartell, Reinhold, Newark, N. J., assignor to Bartell 
Pressing Machine Company. Trousers presser. 
1,608,716; Nov. 30. 

Bartels, Carl. (See Goehel, C. J., and Bartels.) 

Bartels, Carl. (See Goldsmith, G. M., and Bartels.) 

Bartels, Carl, and C. J. Goebel. assignors to The Mosler 
Safe Company, Hamilton, Oho. Safe or vault door. 
1.610. 01 6; Dec. 14. 



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Bartels, Edward E., and E. J. Shaeffer. Whiting, Ind., 
assignors' to Standard Oil Company, Whiting, Ind., and 
Chicago, 111. Handling pressure tar. 1,594,038 ; 
July 27. 

Bartels, Reinhard E., Lynn, Mass. Making shank stiffen- 
ers. 1,580,278; Apr. 13. 

Bartels, William, New York, N. Y. Connecting means. 
1,596,706 : Aug. 17. 

Bartels. William E. (See Broderson, H. J., and Bartels.) 

Bartelstone, Louis, Platbush, N. Y. Making laminated 

glass. 1,611,139; Dec. 14. 
Barten, Hans, Chicago, 111. Knife. 1,611,988 ; Dec. 28. 

Barth, Anthony, Chicago, assignor to Woodruff & Edwards 
Company, Elgin, 111. Lamp base. Des. 71,169 : Oct. 5. 

Barth, Anthony, Chicago, assignor to Woodruff & Edwards 
Company, Elgin, 111. Lamp base. Des. 71,170 ; Oct: 5. 

Barth, Henry C, Helena, Mont. Mail box. 1,574,354 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Barth. Joseph L., Bismarck, N. Dak. Metatarsal pad 
locator. 1,585,458 ; May 18. 

Barth, Luther, St. Paul, Minn. Wheel and tread struc- 
ture. 1,610,731 ; Dec. 14. 

Barth, William L., Venice, Calif. Catapult. 1,581,626; 
Apr. 20. 

Barthel, Alfred, Friedrichsfeld-Nord, assignor to Motoren- 
werke Mannheim A. G., vorm. Benz Abt. Stationarer 
Motorenbau, Mannheim, Germany. Internal-combus- 
tion engine with ignition chamber. 1,597,041 ; Aug. 24. 

Barthel, Hermann, Schweinfurt, Germany. Machine for 
grinding rollers. 1,577,097 ; Mar. 16. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Engine head. 
1,581,481; Apr. 20. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Engine head. 
1,584,003; May 11. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Engine head. 
1,584,004; May 11. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Overhead truck for 
cars. 1,605,384; Nov. 2. 

Barthes, Emil, Salinas, Calif. Heel protector. 1,571,466 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Bartholomae, William, Brooklyn, assignor to Bar-Zim 
Toy Mfg. Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Xylophone. 
1,575,960; Mar. 9. 

Bartholomae, William, Brooklyn, assignor to Bar-Zim 
Toy Mfg. Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Musical toy. 
1,575,961 ; Mar. 9. 

Bartholomae, William, Brooklyn, assignor to Bar-Zim 
Toy Mfg. Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Xylophone. 
1,576,263; Mar. 9. 

Bartholomew Robert, Berlin, Germany. Pneumatic play- 
ing device for musical instruments. 1,600,160 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Bartholomew, Bert E., Pasadena, Calif. Weightless sash 
construction. 1,581,908 ; Apr. 20. 

Bartholomew, George P., Essex Fells, N. J. Dust-collect- 
ing apparatus. 1,589,831 ; June 22. 

Bartholomew, Herbert. (See Clayton, Harry F., as- 
signor.) 

Bartholomew, John. (See Lyon, John S., assignor.) 

Bartholomew, John R., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Vehicle brake mechanism. 1,601,158 ; Sept. 28. 

Bartholowsky, Johannes, Los Angeles, Calif. Scenery for 
pictures and producing same. 1,574,464 ; Feb. 23. 

Bartkowiak, Wojciech. (See Leskiewicz, M., and Bart- 
kowiak.) 

Bartle, George H., New York, assignor to A. L. Kugel, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Cap for a pencil or similar article. 
Des. 69,556 : Mar. 2. 

Bartlemay, Arlie, assignor to The Red Cross Manufactur- 
ing Co., Bluffton, Ind. Power transmission mechanism. 
1,572,264: Feb. 9. 

Bartlett, Alfred E., assignor of one-third to R. Spry 
and one-third to A. M. Cormier, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 
Guard for paper-winding machine's. 1,575,088 ; Msr. 2. 

Bartlett, Arthur F., and W. F. Straub, Fitchburg, Mass. 
Nut lock. 1,571,037 ; Jan. 26. 

Bartlett, C. O., & Snow Company, The. (See Gertz, 
Samuel, assignor.) 

Bartlett, Clarence E., St. Louis, Mo. Attachment for 
journal boxes. 1,600,707 ; Sept. 21. 

Bartlett, Daniel, El Reno, Okla., assignor to C. R. Bendig, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Hairpin. 1,596,707 : Aug. 17. 

Bartlett, David S., Springfield, Mass. Knob. 1,582,502 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bartlett, Francis A., Stamford, Conn. Fibrous composi- 
tion of matter. 1,598,636 ; Sept. 7. 

Bartlett, Francis A., Stamford, Conn. Material for 
building and other purposes. 1.606,051 : Nov. 9. 

Bartlett, Gail M„ Detroit, Mich. Funnel attachment for 
pails. 1,587,934 ; June 8. 

Bartlett, George B., Louisville, Kv. Inside awning ad- 
juster. 1,598,037 : Aug. 31. 

Bartlett, Henry R., Pittsfield, Mass. Multiple dial control. 
1,601,965: Oct. 5. 

Bartlett, Kent W., Hammond, Ind. Liquid-treating ap- 
paratus. 1,587,628 ; June 8. 

Bartlett, Oscar L., New York, N. Y. Machine for the 
construction of hampers. 1,600,920; Sept. 21. 

Bartlett, Sydney, South Bend, Ind. Ice creeper. 
1,597,710; Aug. 31. 

Bartlett, Wallace A.. London, England, assignor to 
Brandes Laboratories, Inc., Newark, N. J. Adjustable 
electromagnetic sound reproducer. 1,597,711 ; Aug. 31. 



Bartlett, Willard, Paris, France, assignor to American 
Chicle Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Dispensing 
cover for containers. 1,598,698 ; Sept. 7. 

Bartlett, William D., assignor to The Ross Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tool dresser. 
1,580,945; Apr. 13. 

Bartlett, William W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Rail- 
way-track-tie-removing device. 1,590,070 ; June 22. 

Bartling, Howard G. (See Barrett, H. G., and Bartling.) 

Bartling, Howard G., assignor to Binks Spray Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Spray booth. 1,578,950; 
Mar. 30. 

Bartling, Howard G., assignor to Peerless Pneumatic 
Systems, Inc., Chicago, 111. Spray cabinet. 1,583,911 ; 
May 11. 

Barto, Ward, Cedar Rapids, Nebr. Toy fly killer. 
1,597,140; Aug. 24. 

Barton, Ben D., assignor to American Steam Pulp Com- 
pany, Battle Creek, Mich. Primer for centrifugal 
pumps. Rel6,406 ; Aug. 24. 

Barton, Bruce R., San Jose, Calif. Pump. 1,587,361 ; 
June 1. 

Barton, Charles N., assignor to Quick Repair Washer 
Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Sectional machinery-repair 
washer. 1,596,571 ; Aug. 17. 

Barton, Edward D., Canon City, Colo. Rope and strap 
fastener. 1,586,061 ; May 25. 

Barton, Edward H. R., Englewood, N. J. Extruding 
machine. 1,604,799; Oct. 26. 

Barton, Frederick C, and I. S. Bobrovsky, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Loud 
speaker. Des. 71,657 ; Dec. 21. 

Barton, Henry A., Princeton, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Voice-operated 
repeater system. 1,574,781 ; Mar. 2. 

Barton, Henry A., New York, and H. Nyquist, Elmhurst, 
N. Y., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Repeater for transmission lines. 1,592,883; 
July 20. 

Barton, Joseph M., and R. D. Poole, Danvers, Mass. 
Pressing machine. 1,599,868 ; Sept. 14. 

Barton, Lyman G., Plattsburg, assignor to G. Tiemann 
& Co., New York, N. Y. Obstetrical forceps. 1,585,523 ; 
May 18. 

Barton, Max, Winchester, Idaho. Automobile signal. 
1,591,355; July 6. 

Barton, Paul D. (See Prutzman, P. W., and Barton.) 

Barton, Ralph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Stehli 
Silks Corporation. Textile fabric. Des. 69.557 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Barton, Ralph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Stehli 
Silks Corporation. Textile fabric. Des. 69,558 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Barton, Theophilus F., Sehenectedy, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Voltage-regulating sys- 
tem. 1,568,710; Jan. 5. 

Barton, Theophilus F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric regulating system. 
1.580,802; Apr. 13. 

Barton, Theophilus F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Rotary transformer. 
1,588,398 ; June 8. 

Bartow, Charles H., Lancaster, Ohio. Range. Des. 
69,626 ; Mar. 9. 

Bartram, George C, Inc. (See Bartram, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Bartram, George C, Freeport, assignor to George C. 
Bartram, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. Pipe joint. 1,570,223 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bartrum, Eric R. (See Whidbourne, H., and Bartrum.) 

Bartsch, Herbert E. (See Camp, P. B., and Bartsch.) 

Barty, Thomas, and F. A. Burrows, London, England, as- 
signors to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wil- 
merding, Pa. Brake-valve device. 1,585,819 ; May 25. 

Baruch, Milton, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Ele- 
vator. 1,580,363; Apr. 13. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Seal and knot pro- 
tector. 1,580,946; Apr. 13. 

Baruch, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Seal and knot pro- 
tector. 1,605,638; Nov. 2. 

Barva, Bernard R., assignor to Wedge Heel and Rubber 
Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Shoe heel. 1,602,637; 
Oct. 12. 

Bar-Zim Toy Mfg. Co. (See Bartholomae, William, 
assignor.) 

Basch, David. (See Fuller, T. S., and Basch.) 

Baseh, David, Schenectady, N. Y. and G. B. Gerhart,. 
Govanstown, Md., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Composite-metal article. 1,587,362 ; June 1. 

Basel, Eli A., Kansas City, Mo. Control device for oil- 
burner valves. 1,607,041 ; Nov. 16. 

Basford, Harold R., San Francisco, Calif. Folding camp 
bed. 1,608,290; Nov. 23. 

Basford, Harold R., San Francisco, Calif. Folding camp 
bed. 1.608.291 ; Nov. 23. 

Bashaw, Harley A. (See Shelters, H. H., and Bashaw.) 

Bashaw, William A., Wilkinsonville, Mass. Shuttle block. 
1.581,157; Apr. 20. 

Bashline, George S., Wynona, Okla. Pulling device. 
1,570.607; Jan. 26. 

Basinger, John H.. Oklahoma City, Okla. Typewriting 
machine. 1,598,591 ; Aug. 31. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Basini, Juhn, Missoula, Mont. Dipping fork. 1,600,649; 
Sept. 21. 

Baskerville, Elizabeth, deceased, New York, N. Y. ; M. S. 
Baskerville, administratrix. Petticoat. 1,602,319 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Baskerville, John B., Roanoke, Va. Record sheet. 
1,573.902 ; Feb. 23. 

Baskerville, John B., Roanoke, Va. Impact recorder. 
1,577,160; Mar. 16. 

Baskerville, Mary S., administratrix. (See Baskerville, 
Elizabeth.) 

Easier, Albert H., Cleveland, Ohio. Molded-wheel de 
vice. 1,599,238; July 20. 

Basmaison, Pierre, San Francisco, Calif. Bit. 1,574,725 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Basmaison, Pierre, San Francisco, Calif. Bit. 1,587,746 ; 
June 8. 

Bason, Ueorge F., Ithaca, N. Y. Ampere-hour meter. 
1,586,643 ; June 1. 

Basralian, Richard, West Hoboken, N. J. Photoprinting 
machine. 1,582,371 ; Apr. 27. 

Bass, G. H., & Company. (See Llewellyn, Ernest A., as- 
signor.) 

Bass, G. H., & Company. (See Llewellyn, E. A., and 
Leach, assignors.) 

Bass, Helen, Chicago, 111. Douching apparatus. 1,596,650; 
Aug. 17. 

Bass, John M., Joplin, Mo. Hoisting drum. 1,579,062 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bass, William L., New York, N. Y. Convertible liquid 
container. 1,585,524 ; May 18. 

Bassani, Laurent, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Bassani Processes, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus for making 
negatives from which printing plates may be pro- 
duced. 1,575,408; Mar. 2. 

Bassani, Laurent, Corbeil, France, assignor by mesne as- 
signments, to Bassani Processes, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Method and apparatus for making photomechanical 
printing plates. 1,577,442 ; Mar. 23. 

Bassani, Laurent, Paris, France, assignor to Bassani 
Processes, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Halftone- 
screen-adjusting apparatus for cameras. 1,595,065 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Bassani Processes, Incorporated. (See Bassani, Laurent, 
assignor.) 

Bassett, Cyrus W., Maplewood, assignor to Elevator Sup- 
plies Company, Inc., Hoboken, N. J. Safety device for 
elevator operation. 1,601,841 ; Oct. 5. 

Bassett, Cyrus W., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Elevator 
Supplies Company, Inc. Lubricating device. 1,603,892 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bassett, Cyrus W., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Ele- 
vator Supplies Company, Inc. Barlock for elevator 
doors. 1,004,628; Oct. 26. 

Bassett, Ethel N., Lincoln, Nebr. Pie tin. 1,596,331; 
Aug. 17. 

Bassett, Frederic B., Washington, D. C. Combined tele- 
phone seat and desk. Des. 69,170 ; Jan. 5. 

Bassett, Harry H., Flint, Mich. Instrument-case bezel. 
Des. 69,247 ; Jan. 19. 

Bassett, Harry H., Flint, Mich. Headlamp bezel. Des. 
69,476 ; Feb. 23. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky. Making sodium sul- 
phide. 1,584,597 ; May 11. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky., and T. F. Banigan. 
assignors to Meigs, Bassett & Slaughter, Inc., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Making acetylated nitrocellulose. 
1,586,437; May 25. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky., and M. R. Isaacs, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to United Products Cor- 
poration of America. Composition of matter. 
1.56S.04 1 ; Jan. 5. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky., and E. C. Latbrop, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Making "arsenates. 1,588,691 ; 
June 15. 

Bassett, Joseph II., Detroit, Mich. Display device. 
J.589,005; June 15. 

Bassett, J'reston It., assignor to E. A. Sperrv, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Aerial flare bomb. 1,571,617 ; Feb. 2. 

Bassett, Robert S., Buffalo, N. Y. Liquid strainer. 
1,568,126: Jan. 5. 

Bassett, William C, Long Beach, Calif. Composition for 
casehardening. 1,571,084 ; Jan. 26. 

Bassett, William H.. Cheshire, assignor to The American 
Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Hollow conductor. 
1,597,422 ; Aug. 24. 

Bassett. William W. (See Santon. E. A., and Bassett.) 

Bassiapei8, Richard M. (See Ofiesli, G. E., and Bas- 
sfapeis.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Moore, Raymond G., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Specht, Harry G., assignor.) 

l'.;is::irk Manufacturing Company, The. (See Allyne, Ed- 
mund E., assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Cummins, 
Norman W., assignor.) 

Bassiok Manufacturing Co., The. (See Davis, Ernest W., 
assignor. 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Fesler, 
Douglas P., assignor.) 

BasRick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Frier, James 
II., jr., assignor.) 



Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Paul, Hollis 
B., assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Piquerez, 
Emile, assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Winkley, 
Frank D., assignor.) 

Bassick Manufacturing Company, The. (See Zerk, 
Oscar, assignor.) 

Bassist, Ellis, Westwood, N. J. Halftone plate. 
1,583,518; May 4. 

Bassler, Carlos J., assignor to American Liquid Meter 
Company, Portland, Oreg. Air-relief valve. 1,576,709 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Basten, Otto, assignor to Sterling Tire Corporation, 
Rutherford, N. J. Tire tread. Des. 70,090 ; May 11. 

Basterreix, Pierre P.. Butte, Mont. Steering-wheel 
switch. 1.609,104 ; Nov. 30. 

Bastian, Arthur J. (See Bierman, H. C, and Bastian.) 

Bastian, Arthur J., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Commu- 
tator. 1,592,326; July 13. 

Bastian Blessing Company, The. (See Bastian, Charles 
L.. assignor.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Buttner, William 
C, assignor.) 

Bastian Brothers Company. (See Mitchel, Charles F.. 
assignor.) 

Bastian, Charles L., assignor to The Bastian Blessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Torch,, 1,602,320 ; Oct. 5. 

Bastian, Edward W., Houston, Tex. Switch guard. 
1,582.663; Apr. 27. 

Bastian-Morley Co. (See Birtch, Fred W., assignor.) 

Bastian-Morley Co. (See Morley, J. P., and Birtch, as- 
signors.) 

Bastian-Morley Co. (See Yoder, Carl M., assignor.) 

Bastian, Richmond E., Indianapolis, Ind. Child's vehicle. 
1,602,477 : Oct. 12. 

Bastion, Paul, Cleveland, Ohio. Brake. 1,609,105; 
Nov. 30. 

Bastien, Paul, Cleveland, Ohio. Brake. 1,609,106; 
Nov. 30. 

Bastis, Emil T., Minneapolis, Minn. Windshield. 
1,577,098; Mar. 16. 

Baston, Cyril E., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Reversible 
cable-guide bracket. 1,594,236 ; July 27. 

Bastow, Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 69,627 ; Mar. 9. 

Bastow, Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sons, Inc.', Delawanna, N. J. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 69,628 ; Mar. 9. 

Bastow. Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 69,629 ; Mar. 9. 

Bastow, Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. .1. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 09,630 ; Mar. 9. 

Bastow, Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sons, Inc., Delawanna. N. J. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 69,631 ; Mar. 9. 

Bastow, Carrodus, Allwood, assignor to T. R. Goodlatte 
& Sous, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table cover or analo- 
gous article. Des. 69,632 ; Mar. 9. 

Batayron, Louis. (See Ladoire, G., Wilmouth, Varillon, 
and Batayron.) 

Batchelder, Asa F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Locomotive or car truck. 
1,580,803 ; Apr. 13. 

Batchelder. Edmund, and J. G. M. Bullowa, New York, 
N. Y., assignors to Brooklyn Metal Stamping Com- 
pany. Electric connecter. 1,586,279 ; May 25. 

Batchelor, Andrew J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Reel. 1,591,771 ; 
July 6. 

Batcher, Ralph R., Jamaica, assignor to A. II. Grebe 
& Co., Inc., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Radio receiving 
apparatus. l,. r )S9,925 ; June 22. 

Batchler, Lnodon, Lawreneeburg, Ind. Double-acting- 
pump operating mechanism. 1,004.734; Oct. 26. 

Bate, John W.. Racine. Wis. Combined governor, pump, 
and thermal control. 1,584,421 ; May 11. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Combination tool. 
1.584,422; May 11. 

Bate, John W., Racine, Wis. Cigar lighter. 1.5S4.423 : 
May 11. 

Bate. John W.. Racine, Wis. Oil circulator and gauge. 
1.605,497; Nov. 2. 

Bate, Thomas C, et al. (See Clipsham, Kenneth M., as- 
signor.) 

Bate, Thomas C, et al., trustees. (See Jackson, Maun- 
sell B.. assignor.) 

Bate, Warwick G., Newton Falls, Ohio. Collapsible 
trestle. 1.604,254 ; Oct. 26. 

Bateman, Ernest, Madison, Wis., assignor to United States 
of America. Producing highly-adsorbent charcoal. 
1.573,509; Feb. 10. 

Bateman, Ernest, and E. E. Hubert, Madison, Wis., dedi- 
cated, by mesne assignments, to the Citizens of the 
United States of America. Composition for the pre- 
vention of sap staining and molding. 1,598,699; 
Sept. 7. 

Bateman, John M.. Long Beach, Calif. Rotary under- 
rcamer. 1,578,574: Mar. 30. 



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Bateman, Ralph E., Dayton, Ohio. Applying decorative 
coatings. 1.574.85S : Mar. 2. 

Batenburg, Peter J. F. (See Butler, Harry W., as- 
signor.) 

Bates, Adelmer M.. assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Bag. 1.5SS.646 ; June 15. 

Bates. Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Method of and apparatus for pack- 
aging material. 1.5S8.647 ; June 15. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Closing hags. 1,588,048: June 15. 

Bates. Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Making filled bags. 1,568,649 ; 
June 15. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Bag forming and filling apparatus. 
1.5SS,6D0 : June 15. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Severing device. 1,589,784 ; 
June 22. 

Bates. Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Company, 
Chicago, 111. Stencil printing. 1,594,590 ; Aug. 3. 

Bates, Adelmer M., assignor to Bates Valve Bag Com- 
pany. Chicago. 111. Sewing machine. 1,605,913 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Bates, Adelmer M., and T. H. Cosford, assignors to Bates 
Valve Bag Company, Cnicago, 111. Cement-packer bag 
support. 1,597,006 : Aug. 24. 

Bates, Albert H., Elgin, 111., assignor, by mesne assign^ 
ments, to The Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. 
Switch. 1,569,416; Jan. 12. 

Bates, Albert EL, Elgin, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Hoover Company, North Canton, 
Ohio. Handle. 1,575.028; Mar. 2. 

Bates, Albert H., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
Paramount Rubber Consolidated, Incorporated, Little 
Falls, N. J. Apparatus for forming hollow articles 
of plastic material. 1.574,015 ; Feb. 23. 

Bates, Albert H., Shaker Heights and G. M. Soule, South 
Euclid, Ohio, assignors to Paramount Rubber Consoli- 
dated, Inc.. Tuckahoe, N. Y. Making annular rubber 
tubes. 1.606.865 ; Nov. 16. 

Bates, Arthur, and J. Gouldbourn, Leicester, England, as- 
signors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Press. 1,573,903; Feb. 23. 

Bates, Arthur, F. Ricks, and A. A. Aston, Leicester, 
England, assignors to United Shoe Machinery Cor- 
poration. Paterson, N. J. Cutter adjustment. 
1,582,959: May 4. 

Bates, Azariah M., Downs, Kans. Suspended scaffold. 
1.596.572; Aug. 17. 

Bates, Carl S., assignor to Lincoln Radio Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Radioantenna. Des. 69.732 ; Mar. 23. 

Bates, Cuthbert D. (See Allen, William B., assignor) 

Bates, Eddo V., Lowell, Mass. Machine for feeding fibrous 
material. 1.571,364 ; Feb. 2. 

Bates Expanded Steel Truss Company. (See Bates, 
Walter A., assignor.) 

Bates, Frank, Coalgate, Okla. Signal. 1,584,598 
May 11. 

Bates, George E., Syracuse, N. Y. Direction indicator 
for motor vehicles. 1,568,495 ; Jan. 5. 

Bates, George T., assignor to Illinois Watch Case Com- 
pany, Elgin, 111. Vanity case. 1,580,364; Apr. 13. 

Bates. George T., assignor to Illinois Watch Case Com- 
pany, Elgin, 111. Card rack. 1.592.596 : July 13. 

Bates. Harry H., Ridley Park. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Correlating 
indicator. 1.601,057 ; Sept. 28. 

Bates, Herman F.. Ironwood, Mich. Electric switch. 
1.595,373; Aug. 10. 

Bates, James F., Belmont, Wellington, New Zealand. 
Carburetor. 1,587,629 ; June 8. 

Bates. Jesse G., Chicago, 111. Stapling machine. 
1.568.260: Jan. 5. 

Bates, Mortimer F., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Gyroscope Company. Stabilized bomb sighx. 
1,573,028; Feb. 16. 

Bates, Olie A., Hawthorne, assignor of one-half to A. 
Stephens, Los Angeles, Calif. Illuminable sign. 
1,596.390; Aug. 17. 

Bates. Thomas F., Shelbyville, Tenn. Dental curette. 
1.605.320; Nov. 2. 

Bates. Thomas F., Shelbyville, Tenn. Prophylactic scaler. 
1.605.321 ; Nov. 2. 

Bates. Thomas F., Shelbyville, Tenn. Pyorrhea curette. 
1.605,322 ; Nov. 2. 

Bates Valve Bag Company. (See Bates, Adelmer M., 
assignor.) 

Bates Valve Bag Company. (See Bates, A. M., and Cos- 
ford, assignors.) 

Bates, Walter A., assignor to Bates Expanded Steel 
Truss Company, Chicago, 111. Expanded truss struc- 
ture. 1.604,375 : Oct. 26. 

Bates, William P., Kempton. N. Dak. Dyestuffs and 
process of making same. 1,572,417 ; Feb. 9. 

Bath, John, Worcester, Mass. Adjustable internal gauge. 
1,577.099; Mar. 16. 

Bath. John. Worcester, Mass. Adjustable internal gauge. 
1.607.862; Nov. 23. 

Bathurst Company Limited. (See Chalmers, James G., 
assignor.; 



Batsel, Max C, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Wireless 
receiving apparatus. 1,572,877 ; Feb. 16. 

Batten, Edward and J. D., Beckenham, England. Manu- 
facture of inlaid floorcloths. 1.573,534 ; Feb. 16. 

Batten, James D. (See Batten, Edward and J. D.) 

Batterman, John J. (See Lawson, V. R., and Batter- 
man.) 

Battery Equipment and Supply Company, The. (See 
Taylor, John, assignor.) 

Battey, George M.. jr., Washington, D. C. Can opener. 
1,575,612; Mar. 9. 

Batting, John T., Plymouth, Mass. Picker stick for 
looms. 1,5S6,644 ; June 1. 

Battle, Cburles T., Memphis, Tenn. Shield for hangers. 
1,601,284; Sept. 28. 

Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company. (See 
Metcalf, Howard H., assignor.) 

Battle, John S., Tipton, Okla. Combination pipe marker 
and level. 1,610,193 ; Dec. 7. 

Battle, Richard, Okmulgee, Okla. Thawing device for 
automobiles. 1,582,372; Apr. 27. 

Biittner, Stephen, Brooklyn, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Rudolph Wurlitzer Manufacturing Com- 
pany, North Tonawanda, N. Y. Pneumatic action. 
1.578,182 ; Mar. 23. 

Batts, John T., Pasadena, Calif. Garment hanger. 
1,593. 2S5 ; July 20. 

Baty, George, and R. M. Ryan, New York, N. Y. Semi- 
permanent phonograph needle. 1,591,356 ; July 6. 

Eatz, George C, Topeka, Kans. Spring. 1,602,386 : 
Oct. 12. 

Batz, George C, Topeka, Kans. Spring clip. 1,602,387: 
Oct. 12. 

Batz, George C, Topeka, Kans. Spring. 1,610,732 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bauchert, Mahlon F., El Paso, Tex. Hypodermic syringe. 
1.569,961 ; Jan. 19. 

Bauda, John, Rochester, N. Y. Combination cigar saver, 
ash receiver, trimmer, and supporting clip therefor. 
1,598,112; Aug. 31. 

Baudry, George. (See Bisel, W. S., and Baudry.) 

Bauer, Adolph, assignor to R. C. Jenkinson, doing busi- 
ness as R. C. Jenkinson & Co., Newark, N. J. Air 
purifier or humidifier and inhaler. 1,577,604 ; Mar. 23. 

Bauer Brothers Company, The. (See Daniel, Allan P., 
assignor.) 

Bauer Bros. Company, The. (See Grafflin, Lewis, as- 
signor.) 

Bauer, Carl, Philadelphia, Pa. Amusement apparatus. 
1,599,982; Sept. 14. 

Bauer, Christian O., Los Angeles, Calif. Knockdown 
table. 1,585,459 ; May IS. 

Bauer, Edwin, assignor to Landis & Gyr A.-G., Zug, 
Switzerland. Coil body for electrical apparatus. 
1.600,921 ; Sept. 21. 

Bauer, George, St. Louis, Mo. Tone amplifier. 
1.583.382; May 4. 

Bauer, George J. (See Benham. E. M., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Hermann H., Vega Baja, P. R. Water-supply 
system. 1,608.355 ; Nov. 23. 

Bauer, Johann J., Budapest, Hungary. Method of and 
apparatus for combination printing with printing 
rollers. 1.579.910; Anr. 6. 

Bauer, John A., assignor to The Lamson Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Central station for despatch systems. 
1,590,147; June 22. 

Bauer, John A., assignor to The Lamson Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Central-station desk for carrier-dispatch 
systems. 1,597,505 ; Aug. 24. 

Bauer, John A., assignor to The Lamson Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Central-station apparatus for carrier-dis- 
patch systems. 1.597,506 ; Aug. 24. 

Bauer, Josef, Starnberg, near Munich, Germany. Col- 
lapsible water vehicle. 1,587,209 ; June 1. 

Bauer Lock Company. (See Bauer, Perry S., assignor.) 

Bauer Lock Company. (See Ganz, William, assignor.) 

Bauer, Mamie A., Los Angeles, Calif. Incense burner. 
Des. 69,812 ; Apr. 6. 

Bauer. Martin, Cleveland, Ohio. Jack ladder. 1,600,572; 
Sept. 21. 

Bauer, Perry S., assignor to Bauer Taxicab Manufactur- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111. Taxicab body. Des. 71,353 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bauer, Perry S, assignor to Bauer Taxicab Manufactur- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111. Luggage carrier. 1,597,338 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Bauer, Perry S., Chicago, 111., assignor to Bauer Lock 
Company, Chicago, 111. Automobile lock. 1,603,505 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bauer Taxicab Manufacturing Co. (See Bauer, Perry S., 
assignor.) 

Bauer, Walter, New York, N. Y.. assignor to Pyrene 
Manufacturing Company. Newark, N. J. Auto ther- 
mometer. 1,593,645 ; July 27. 

Bauer. Walter C, Linden, N. J., assignor to Uppeicu 
Cadillac Corporation. Piston. 1.569,253 ; Jan. 12. 

Bauer. Walter E.. Delano, Minn. Roughage plate or lun 
1.595.282; Aug. 10 

Bauersfeld, Walther, assignor to Firm of Carl Zeiss, 
Jena, Germany. Making mark plates for micrometer 
oculars and mounting of the same. 1,588,221 ; June 8. 

Baugh, Theodore G., Lake Placid, N. Y. Electric heatov. 
1,596,141 ; Aug l'i 



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INDEX Olf PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Baugher, llarlie T., and J. E. Milum, Trenton, Mo. Safety 
signal and motor-car control. 1,583,110 ; May 4. 

Baughman, David, Pittsburgh, Pa. Signaling apparatus 
for motor vehicles. 1,577,676 ; Mar. 23. 

Baughman, Frank, administrator. (See Tickner, Wil- 
liam D.) 

Baughman, George T., McCormick, S. C. Carbon tool. 
1,609,285 ; Dec. 7. 

Baughman, Harold E., Waterloo, Iowa. Brake for air- 
planes. 1,572,834 ; Feb. 9. 

Baukus, John L., Saginaw, Mich. Barometer. 1,599,002 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Baulch, Ernest L., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 1.606,139 ; Nov. 9. 

Baum, Bert C, assignor of two-tenths to K. Sweet, two- 
tenths to W. V. Sweet, two-tenths to L. Sykes, and 
one-tenth to O. K. Garrard, Fort Wayne, Ind. Iron- 
ing machine. 1,589,042 ; June 15. 

Baum, Erich. (See Herrmann, W. O., and Baum.) 

Baum, Ewald G., assignor to Seal-Kap Company, Natick, 
Mass. Bottle-capping device. 1,585,820 ; May 25. 

Baum, Gustav, Weissenstein, Austria. Distillation of per- 
sulphuric acid and of solutions of persulphuric-acid 
salts. 1,577,201 ; Mar. 16. 

Baum, Harry L., and J. M. Shields, assignors to Paul V. 
Muckle and Company, Denver, Colo. Oculist's lamp. 
1,591,206; July 6. 

Baum, Henry, East Cleveland, Ohio. Fruit-juice extrac- 
tor and strainer. 1,582,156 ; Apr. 27. 

Baum, Isaac A., Memphis, Tenn. Frame construction. 
1,578,796; Mar. 30. 

Baum, Isaac A., Memphis, Tenn. Baseboard and shoe 
mold. 1,585,960; May 25. 

Baum, W. A., Co. Inc. (See Baum, William A., assignor.) 

Baum, William A., assignor to W. A. Baum Co. Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Manometer. 1,594,039 ; July 27. 

Bauman, Harry A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Bathing cap. 
Des. 69,683 ; Mar. 16. 

Bauman, Louis C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Desk blotter. 
1,578,063 ; Mar. 23. 

Baumann, Adolf, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, 
Boveri & Cie., Baden, Switzerland. Centrifugal com- 
pressor or blower. 1,600,708 ; Sept. 21. 

Baumann, Ernst K. A., Stuttgart, Germany. Aeroplane. 
1,580,577 ; Apr. 13. 

Baumann, Karl, Urmston, England, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric and Manufacturing Company. Steam 
turbine. 1,574,859 ; Mar. 2. 

Baumann, Ulricb, jr., Woodcliff, N. J. Fabric-dyeing ma- 
chine. 1,598,418; Aug. 31. 

Baumbacb, Emil A., Chicago, 111. Oiler for leader pins. 
1,574,355 ; Feb. 23. 

Baumberger, Walter E., San Francisco, Calif. Knock- 
down form for molding concrete. 1,599,035 ; Sept. 7. 

Baumberger, William J. (See Yerk, H. H., and Baum- 
berger.) 

Baumeister, Leonhard, assignor to the Firm : Keiniger, 
Gebbert & Schall Aktiengesellschaft, Erlangen, Bavaria, 
Germany. X-ray system. 1,580.804 ; Apr. 13. 

Baumeister, Susan E., Chicago, 111. Moth insecticide. 
1,605,202 ; Nov. 2. 

Baumgart, Albert E., Evansville, Ind. Air-operated tur- 
bine. 1,599,944 ; Sept. 14. 

Baumgart, Emil, Falkenberg, Germany. Sterile preserva- 
tion of dosed medicaments and of their solvents. 
1,570,328 ; Jan. 19. 

Baumgarten, John C, Portland, Oreg. Bottle opener. 
1,578,627 ; Mar. 30. 

Baumgartl, Leroy, assignor to Federal Cement Tile Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Skylight and roofing construction. 
1,574,860 ; Mar. 2. 

Baumgartl, Leroy, Hubbard Woods, assignor to Federal 
Cement Tile Company, Chicago, 111. Building slab. 
1,583.111; May 4. 

Baumgartl, Leroy, Hubbard Woods, assignor to Federal 
Cement Tile Company, Chicago, 111. Building slab or 
tile of concrete, clay, or like substances. 1,598,700 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Baumgartncr, Effie B. (See Taylor, M. F., and Baum- 
gartner.) 

Baumgartncr, Joseph P., Philadelphia, Pa. Garter but- 
ton and garter fastening. 1,595,495; Aug. 10. 

Baumgartner, Walter J., assignor to The Garford Motor 
Truck Company, Lima, Ohio. Engine-ventilating de- 
vice 1,610,817; Dec. 14. 

Baumgartner, Werner, Brookfleld, Wis. Bee-box venti- 
I itor. 1,593,008; July 20. 

Baumhover, Louis B., Carroll, Iowa. Log-sawing ma- 
chine. 1,576.025; Mar. 9. 

Baur; Hugo .1. (Sec Thompson, 10. IT., and Baur.) 

Baurercamper, Charles C. A., Fairfield, Iowa. Tractor- 
driven mower. 1,598,843; Sept. 7. 

Bauroth, Leonhard, assignor to The Wlllvs-Overland 
Company. Toledo, Ohio. Muffler. 1,607,146; Nov. 16. 

Bauseh, Albert, New York, N. Y. Flexible bracelet box. 
1,604,013 ; Oct. 19. 

Bauseh, Carl L., and W. L Patterson, assignors to Bauseh 
& Lomb Optical Company. Rochester, N. Y. Projection 
apparatus. 1,589,349 ; June 22. 



Bauseh, Edward, assignor to Bauseh k Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Magnifying glass. 1,612,693 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Bauseh, George, Syracuse, N. Y. Lens mounting for eye- 
glasses. 1,584,714 ; May 18. 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bauseh, Edward, 
assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bauseh, C. L., 
and Patterson, assignors.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Drescher, Theo- 
dore B., assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Eppenstein, 
Otto, assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, George, 
assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, George 
B., assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Hart, Edwin, 
assignor.) 

Bauseh and Lomb Optical Company. (See Jeaneret, 
Albert A., assignor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Poser, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Powell, J. R., 
and Bauseh, assignors.) 

Bauseh & Lomb Optical Company. (See Rayton, Wilbur 
B., assignor.) 

Bauseh and Lomb Optical Company. (See Stevens, 
Frederick A., assignor.) 

Bauseh and Lomb Optical Company. (See Stevens, F. 
A., and Welsh, assignors.) 

Bauseh, William. (See Powell, J. R., and Bauseh.) 

Bausinger, Henry C, jr., G. W. Faulkener, and J. O. 
Turner, Bucyrus, Ohio. Picker. 1,583,866 ; May 11. 

Bausinger, Henry C, jr., G. W. Faulkener, and J. O. 
Turner, Bucyrus, Ohio. Lug-strap support. 1,592,884 ; 
July 20. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Confection-coating ma- 
chine. 1,571,365 ; Feb. 2. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Confection-cooling appa- 
ratus. 1,595,443 ; Aug. 10. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Companv, Springfield, Mass. Confectionery-coating ma- 
chine. 1,595,444; Aug. 10. 

Bausman, Alonzo L., assignor to National Equipment 
Company, Springfield, Mass. Confection-coating ma- 
chine. 1.611,576; Dec. 21. 

Bavett, Joseph, Baltimore, Md. Door closer. 1,605,158 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Baxenden, Thomas G., Watford, England. Spool for 
photographic-camera films and similar purposes. 

1.577.202 ; Mar. 16. 

Baxenden, Thomas G., Watford, England. Spool for pho- 
tographic-camera films and similar purposes. 1,599,271 ;. 
Sept. 7. 

Baxter, August (G) S., assignor to Mills Baking Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Automatic fried-cake machine. 

1.605.203 ; Nov. 2. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch box. 
1,572,878 ; Feb. 16. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch 
mechanism. 1,575,029 ; Mar. 2. 

Baxter, Harold G., Baldwin, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company. Switch box. 1,612,348 ; Dec. 28. 

Baxter, Hector M., Battle Creek, Iowa. Grass-cutting 
attachment for graders. 1,568.439 ; Jan. 5. 

Baxter, Kenneth S., and C. H. Cannon, assignors to Sheet 
Metal Products Company, Michigan City, Ind. Auto- 
mobile cab. 1,569,168 ; Jan. 12. 

Baxter, Leon, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stylus mounting. 
1.585,525 ; May 18. 

Baxter, William M., assignor to Ideal Removable Body 
Company, Chicago, 111. Removable-body truck. 
1,570,119 ; Jan. 19. 

Baxter, William M., assignor to Ideal Removable Body 
Company, Chicago, 111. Removable truck-body-opei- 
ating mechanism. 1,598,844 ; Sept. 7. 

Bav, H. C, Company. (See Purcell, Isaac S., assignor.) 

Bay State Fishing Company. (See Mudge, Raymond C, 
assignor.) 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Clulee, Stephen J., 
assignor.) 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Jones, Percival W., 
assignor.) 

Bay State Tap & Die Company. (See Williams, CharleB 
E., assignor.) 

Bayard Manufacturing Corporation. (See Willners, John 
A., assignor.) 

Bayard! Bros. Inc. (See Bayardi, Ettore E., assignor.) 

Bayardi, Ettore E., assignor to Bayardi Bros. Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Finger ring. Des. 69,248 ; Jan. 19. 

Bayer. A. J., Company. (See Krog, H. T., and Hartel, 
assignors.) 

Bayer, Albert A., Milwaukee, Wis. Artificial bait. 
1.609.855; Dec. 7. 

Bayer Co. Inc., The. (See Forbing, John W., assignor.). 



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Bayer, Johann, Pfaffstatten, Austria, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Control device. 1,593,379 ; 
July 20, 1926. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Soot blower. 1,571,038 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Soot blower. 1,571,039 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Bayer, Matthew F., assignor to Simmons Company, 
Kenosha, Wis. Adjustable rest for bedsteads. 
1,600.392 ; Sept. 21. 

Bayerische Elektrizitats-Industrie Rott & Co., et al. (See 
Kellendorfer, Richard, assignor.) 

Bayersdorfer, H., & Co. (See Walsh, John W.) 

Bayersdorfer, Harry, et al. (See Walsh, John W., as- 
signor.) 

Bayersdorfer, Sydney H., et al. (See Walsh, John W., 
assignor.) 

Bayler, Louis H., Los Angeles, Calif. Valve-spring lifter. 
1,570,224; Jan. 19. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Throttle valve. 

1.571.992 ; Feb. 9. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Valve for rock drills. 

1.571.993 ; Feb. 9. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Removable water-tube 
connection for stope drills. 1,573,474 ; Feb. 16. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rock-drill front end. 
1,574,016; Feb. 23. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Steering apparatus. 
1,579,063 ; Mar. 30. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rock drill. 1,581,668 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Spool valve for rock 
drills. 1.5S4.715 ; May 18. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Hand-rotated rock 
drill. 1.585,821 ; May 25. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Air and water tube. 
1.585,822 ; May 25. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Dustless rock drill. 
1,593,561; July 27. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Compressor unloader. 
1,598,637 ; Sept. 7. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Shank and bit punch. 
1,599,199; Sept. 7. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J.- Blowing device. 
1,601,713; Oct. 5. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Rock-drill-shell oiler. 
1,604,957 ; Nov. 2. 

Bayles, Lewis C, Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Hammer-type extractor. 
1,604,958; Nov. 2. 

Bayles, Lewis C. Easton, Pa., assisnor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Flat valve. 1,606,823 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bayles, Lewis C, and C. C Hansen, Easton, Pa., as- 
signors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. 
Dustless rock drill. 1,594 922 ; Aug. 3. 

Bayles, Lewis C., and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to Ingersoll-Rand Company. Jersey City, N. J. Throt- 
tle valve for rock drills. 1,578,383 ; Mar. 30. 

Bayles, Lewis C. and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., as- 
signors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. 
Rotation and feed regulator. 1,585,641 ; May 25. 

Bayles, Lewis C. and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Lug 
chuck for rock drills. 1,590,222 ; June 29. 

Bayles, Lewis C, and F. M. Slater, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Lug 
chuck for rock drills. 1.590.223 ; June 29. 

Bayles, William E., Fort Smith, Ark. Holding drying 
lumber under pressure. 1.583,647 ; May 4. 

Bayless, Mark O., Long Beach, Calif. Control system. 
1,590,275 ; June 29. 

Bayley, Alfred J. (See Chaplin, Manley J., assignor.) 

Bayley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. * Extension for 
silos. 1.602,388 ; Oct. 12. 

Bayley, William D., Springfield, Ohio. Silo. 1,605,49S ; 
Nov. 2. 

Baynes, Frederick A.. Gloucester, N. J., assignor to 
Fabreter Corporation of America, Wilmington, Del. 
Mixer. 1.589.735: June 22. 

Baynes, James B., Buffalo, N. Y. Four-cycle internal- 
combustion engine. 1.601,842 : Oct. 5. 

Baynes, William J., Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for ejeet- 
ine ice cream from packages. 1.597,950 ; Aug. 31. 

Bayona, Genaro. San Diego, Calif. Pneumatic-tire protec- 
tor. 1,612,601 ; Dec. 28. 

Bayrer, Louis G., Buffalo, N. Y. Die-sinking machine. 
1,580,097 ; Apr. 6. 



Bayse, Harry V., assignor to American Furnace Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Furnace attachment. 1,604,959 ; Nov. 2. 

Bayuk Cigars Incorporated. (See Mullan, Joseph E., as- 
signor.) 

Bazarek, Waldo J., assignor of one-fourth to C. Gritz- 
baugh and one-fourth to D. Daniels, Belvidere, 111. 
Shock absorber. 1,599.159 ; Sept. 7. 

Bazemore, Daniel S., Tampa, Fla. Cotton chopper. 
1,601,667 ; Sept. 28. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,571,175 ; Jan. 26. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Button- 
location-marking machine. 1,577,554 ; Mar. 23. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for applying reenforcing strips to articles of footwear. 
1,580,110; Apr. 13. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Button- 
ing machine. 1,582.116 ; Apr. 27. 

Beach, Chester H, Racine, Wis., assignor to Wisconsin 
Electric Company. Drink mixer. 1,5(9,590; Apr. 6. 

Beach, Chester H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
S. C. Johnson & Son, Racine, Wis. Floor-polishing 
machine. 1,588,157; June 8. 

Beach, Clarence E., Bmghamton, N. Y., assignor to The 
Gamewell Company, Newton, Mass. Repeater. 
1,603.065 ; Oct. 5. 

Beach, Edmund, Paterson, N. J. Flush-tank apparatus. 
1,581,158; Apr. 20. 

Beach, Edward S., et al. (See Henry, Ira W., assignor.) 

Beach, Fitch H. and F. S.. Charlotte, Mich. Self-hold- 
ing scraper. 1,609,107 ; Nov. 30. 

Beach, Fred S. (See Beach, Fitch H. and F. S.) 

Beach, Frederick E., assignor to Pines Winterfront Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Spare-tire lock. 1,587,498 ; 
June 8. 

Beach, H. D., Company, The. (See Gibson, Francis W., 
assignor.) 

Beach, Herbert L. (See Williamson, J. S., and Beach.) 

Beach, John M., and C. G. Hammarstram, Grand Rapids, 
Mich., assignors to The Stromberg-Carlson Telephone 
Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cabinet. 
Des. 71.318 ; Oct. 26. 

Beach, John M., and O. V. Weeks, Grand Rapids, Mien., 
assignors to The Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manu- 
facturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 

69.791 ; Mar. 30. 

Beach, John M., and O. V. Weeks, Grand Rapids, Mich., 
assignors to The Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manu- 
facturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cabinet. Des. 

69.792 ; Mar. 30. 

Beach, Mary C, Arvada, assignor of one-half to E. R. 
Cooper, Denver, Colo. Mechanical toy. 1.585,887 ; 
May 25. 

Beacham. Thomas E. (See Hele-Shaw, H. S., and 
Beacham.) 

Beacon Folding Machine Company. (See Ridderstrom, 
Andrew R., assignor.) 

Beacon Manufacturing Company. (See Kerwin, William 
J., jr., assignor.) 

Bead Chain Manufacturing Company, The. (See Gagnon. 
William J., assignor.) 

Bead Chain Manufacturing Company, The. (See Good- 
ridge, Gilbert W., assignor.) 

Beadle, Elisha A. (See Nordstrom, John P.., assignor.) 

Beadle, Eugene E., Waterbury, Conn. Inhaler. 1.599,111 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Beadle, Warren E., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Process and 
apparatus for regulating paper stock and the like. 
1,577,555 ; Mar. 23. 

Beadle, Warren E., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., assignor to 
Beloit Iron Works. Fan for paper driers. 1,582.892 ; 
May 4. 

Beagben, Thomas, jr., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Tank car. 
1.600,393; Sept. 21. 

Beagle, Steve A., et al.- (See Seifke, Herman A., as- 
signor.) 

Beakes, Mahlon H., New York, N. Y. Box of confec- 
tions. 1,576.026 : Mar. 9. 

Beal, Arthur G. (See Bristol, B. H., Beal, & Hall.) 

Beal, Carl L. (See Eberlin, L. W., and Beal.) 

Beal, Carl L. (See Sheppard, S. E., and Beal.) 

Beal, Carl L., and L. W. Eberlin, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Electrodeposition 
of organic materials on anodes from aqueous emulsions 
thereof. 1,589.324 ; June 15. 

B§al, Pierre E., and L. L. E. Fanet, Levallois-Perret, 
France. Electrovibrator. 1,573,797 ; Feb. 23. 

Beal, Ralph B. (See Nicholson, E. E., and Beal.) 

Beale, Carroll, assignor of one-half to D. P. Moore, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Plaster tie and reenforcement chair. 
1,597,423; Aug. 24. 

Beale, John F., New York, N. Y. Spray nozzle. 
1.609,047 ; Nov. 30. 

Beall, Charles R., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Centrifugal device. 
1.600.788 ; Sept. 21. 

Beall, Clarence A., Saticoy, assignor of one-third to E. C. 
Barkstrom, Los Angeles, Calif. Rillboard and removing 
posters from billboards. 1.579,750; Apr. 6. 

Beall. John S., assignor to Coast Culvert and Flume Co., 
Portland, Oreg. Bending roll. 1,590,491 : .Tune 29. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Beals. Albert E., Lukewood, assignor to himself and 
it. C. McKeighan, Cleveland, Ohio. Float-actuated op- 
erating niecnanisin. 1,601,008 ; Sept. 28. 

Beals, Allen E.. et al., executors. (See Francke, Wil- 
liam J.) 

Beam, Perry E. (See Eoyall, John H., assignor.) 

Beam, Robert, Woodriver, 111. Shock absorber. 1,607,809 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Beaman, George B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Corrugated box. 
1,591,734; July G. 

Beamer, Minnie J., Flint, Mich. Skirt-measuring device. 
1,572,835 ; Feb. 9. 

Beamer, Richard F., San Francisco, Calif. Golf club. 
l,5i>9,9-!0 ; June 22. 

Beamish, Arthur M. (See Spaulding, William R., as- 
signor.) 

Bean, Andrew W. (See Killinger, J. A., and Bean.) 

Bean, Deleie D., East Jaffrey, N. H. Reenforced box. 
1,5S0,279 ; Apr. 13. 

Bean, Floyd G. (See Swanson, Oscar E., assignor.) 

Bean, George L., Quincy, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. .1. Appa- 
ratus for operating on rubber articles. 1,568,54:1 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bean, Leon H., Pawtucket, R. I. Insulator. 1,580,463 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Beanes, Warwick H., Kingsway, London, England, as- 
signor to Baker-Perkins Company, Incorporated, White 
Plains, N. Y. Apparatus for atomizing liquids and 
mixing same with gaseous substances. 1,575,671 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Beanes, Warwick H., London, England, assignor to Baker- 
Perkins Company Incorporated, White Plains, N. 1". 
Oven. 1,591,955; July 13. 

Beaney Rubber Company. (See Beaney, Thomas A., 
assignor.) 

Beaney, Thomas A., Poughkeepsie, assignor to Beaney 
Rubber Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Shuttle and 
bobbin for sewing machines. 1,578,797 ; Mar. 30. 

Beaney, William, New York, N. Y. Tire flap. 1,591,605 ; 
July 6. 

Bear, Charles H., assignor to Bear Combustion Company, 
York, Pa. Oil heater. 1,574,545 ; Feb. 23. 

Bear, Claud C, Denison, Tex. Carrier for infants or 
young children. 1,584,101 ; May 11. 

Bear Combustion Company. (See Bear, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Bear Tractor Corporation of America. (See Leake, 
Thomas C, assignor.) 

Beard, Ellsworth, Evanston, Wyo. Miter gauge. 
1,597,756; Aug. 31. 

Beard, Ernest G., North Sydney, New South Wales, as- 
signor to United Distributors Limited, Sydney, Aus- 
tralia. Amplifying system for vacuum-tube circuits. 
1,610,918 ; Dec. 14. 

Beard, Harry E., assignor to The Nolde and Horst Com- 
pany, Reading, Pa. Circular-knitting machine. 
1,611,404; Dec. 21. 

Beard, James, Pasadena, Calif. Gas heater. 1,595,638 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Beard, James, Pasadena, Calif. Hot-air gas furnace. 
1,595,639; Aug. 10. 

Beard, John C, Iola, Kans. Sun shield and antiglare de- 
vice. 1,607,503 ; Nov. 16. 

Beard, Lewis, Englewood, Colo. Gate. 1,592,251 ; 
July 13. 

Beard, William E., Buckner, Mo. Safety signal. 
1,569,907 ; Jan. 19. 

Beardall, John P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Building material. 
1,573,029 ; Feb. 16. 

Beardslee Chandelier Manufacturing Company. (See 
Dvorak, Anton, assignor.) 

Beardslee Chandelier Manufacturing Company. (See 
Mettler, John C, assignor.) 

Bcardsley, Ailing P., Plainfield, and C. E. Mensing, 
Somerville, N. J., assignors to The Calco Chemical 
Company, Bound Brook, N. J. Diuitrobeiizene pellet. 
1,612,167 ; Dec. 28. 

Beardsley, Lester A., assignor to Norwich Wire Works, 
Inc., Norwich, N. Y. Producing trap jaws. 1,585,526 ; 
May 18. 

Beardsley, Paul R., et al. (See Warren, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Bearson, Edwin A., Fertile, Minn. Welding-rod holder. 
1,580,674 ; June 22. 

Beasley, Ernest R., Aberdeen, Wash. Collar. 1,588,931; 
June 15. 

Beasley, Frank A.. Garnett, Kans. Explosive engine. 
1,609,898; Dec. 7. 

Beasley, Herbert C, Oak Park, and R. MacDongall, 
Downers Grove, 111., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Beemaek Furnace Company. Furnace for enameling 
metal ware. 1,003,014; Oct. 12. 

Beasley, Herbert C, Oak Park, and R. MacDougall, 
Downers Grove, 111., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Beemaek Furnace Company. Furnace and operat- 
ing the same. 1,003,015; Oct. 12. 

Beason, Perle E., Springfield, Ohio. Spark plug. 
1,610,032 : Dec. 7. 

Benton, Donald N., and A. Law, North Vancouver, British 
Columbia, Canada. Saw guard. 1,097,007 ; Aug. 24. 

Beaton, Harry D. (See Benedict, E. L., and Glose, as- 
signors.) 



Beatson, Francis H. P., Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Liquid-fuel control for internal-combustion en- 
gines. 1,594,705 ; Aug. 3. 

Beattie, Arthur E., Manzanillo, Cuba. Thermiouic valve. 
1,589,9-17 ; June 22. 

Beattie, Daniel S., New York, N. Y., assignor to Nathan 
Manufacturing Company. Valve. 1,574,017. Feb. 23. 

Beattie, H. W., and Sons, Inc. (See Beattie, Reveley G., 
assignor.) 

Beattie, Joseph F., Hurley, N. Mex. Motor fuel. 
1,591,735; July 6. 

Beattie. Reveley G., Chagrin Falls, assignor to H. W. 
Beattie and Sons, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Badge or 
article of similar nature. Des. 71,260 ; Oct. 19. 

Beatty, Clarence E., Des Moines, Iowa. Automobile 
headlight. 1,575,523; Mar. 2. 

Beatty, James P., assignor to The Electrograph Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Printing press. 1,611,873 ; Dec. 28. 

Beatty, James U., assignor of one-half to H. Hanson, 
Atkins, Va. Dirigible headlight mechanism for auto- 
mobiles. 1,607,504 ; Nov. 16. 

Beatty, Robert D., Birmingham, Ala. Dust-distributing 
car. 1,578,628 ; Mar. 30. 

Beatty, Wallace A., New York, assignor to Beech-Nut 
Packing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Jelutong product 
and making the same. 1,594,191 ; July 27. 

Beatty, William E., Bayside, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Signal- 
ing. 1,612,090 ; Dec. 28. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, 111. Scraper attachment 
for road scarifiers. 1,577,677 ; Mar. 23. 

Beatty, William T., Flossmoor, F. S. Davis, Homewood, 
and F. D. Wilson, Harvey ; said Davis and said Wilson 
assignors to Austin Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. 
Road-roller maintainer with reversible blade. 
1,578,384; Mar. 30. 

Beaty, James P., Silverdale, Kans. Composition of mat- 
ter for use as stucco. 1,601,285 ; Sept. 28. 

Beaty, Walter E. (See Healey, F. R., and Beaty.) 

Beaubien, De Gaspe, and J. L. Busfield, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Aid to navigation between different water 
levels. 1,605,888; Nov. 2. 

beauchamp, Dora F., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor of 
thirty one-hundredths to D Calhoun, New Orleans, La. 
Adjustable reflector. 1.578,629 ; Mar. 30. 

Beaudequin, Jacques, Paris, France. Making coal 
briquettes of anthracitic quality from immature carbon- 
iferous substances. 1,597,570 ; Aug. 24. 

Beaudequin, Jacques, Paris, France. Manufacturing 
briquettes. 1,597,571 ; Aug. 24. 

Beaudin, Eli, Laona, Wis. Doorlock. 1,589,095; 
June 15. 

Beaudoin, Maximilien, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Com- 
bined gramophone and radlocabinet. Des. 71,261 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Beaudry, Arthur J. (See Gamache, W., and Beaudry.) 

Ueaulieu, John, and E. Conners, Everett, Wash. Safety 
attachment for bathing suits. 1,596,573 ; Aug. 17. 

Beaumont, Joseph, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Regan 
Safety Devices Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ramp- 
governed circuit controller. 1,586,772 ; June 1. 

Beaumont, R. H., Co. (See Beaumont, Robert H., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Co. (See Beaumont, R. H., and Hale, 
assignors.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Company. (See Beaumout, R. H., and 
Hampton, assignors.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Company. (See Hale, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Company. (See Lowenthal, Harry N., 
assignor.) 

Beaumont, R. H., Co. (See Warner, Arthur, assignor.) 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beau- 
mont Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Skip-hoist bucket. 
1,571,784; Feb. 2. 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beau- 
mont Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Tailblock equipment. 
1,573,778; Feb. 16. 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beau- 
mont Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hoist. 1,577,161 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, assignor to R. H. Beau- 
mont Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Material-handling appa- 
ratus. 1.595,539 : Aug. 10. 

Beaumont, Robert H., Radnor, Pa., and J. H. Hampton, 
Oaklyn, N. J., assignors to R. H. Beaumont Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Skip hoist. 1,601,698; Sept. 28. 

Beaumont, Robert H.. Radnor, and W. E. Hale, Fort 
Washington, assignors to R. H. Beaumont Co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Material-handling apparatus and system. 
1,609,271 ; Nov. 30. 

3eaumont, William M., Summit, N. J., assignor to Boll 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 1,011.711; Dec. 21. 

Beausejour, Reme A., Port Richmond, assignor to Stand- 
ard Varnish Works, New York, N. Y. Application of 
cellulose-ester lacquers. 1,572,461 ; Feb. 9. 

Beausejour, Reme A., Port Richmond, assignor to Stand- 
ard Varnish Works, New York, N. Y. Coating appara- 
tus. 1,593,789; July 27. 

Beauvais, Ernest J. (See Nail, T. O., and Beauvais.) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Beaver, Charles J., Hale, and E. A. Claremont, Dunham 
Massey, assignors to W. T. Glover and Company Lim- 
ited, Manchester, England. Insulation of electric 
cables. 1,591,736 ; July 6. 

Beaver, Gail D., Philadelphia, assignor to Haslett Chute 
and Conveyor Company, Oaks, Pa. Interlocking door 
for -waste chutes. 1,586,505 ; May 25. 

Beaver Machine and Tool Co. (See Driscole, Prank E., 
assignor.) 

Beaver Machine & Tool Co. Inc. (See Downing, John B., 
assignor.) 

Beaver Machine & Tool Co. Inc. (See Slade, Harold E., 
assignor.) 

Beavers. George E. (Sep Jones, E. M., Beavers, Pairlie, 
and Houser.) 

Beazlev, Arthur T., Tampico, and N. O. Watson, Puerto 
Mexico. Mexico. Well. 1,584,969 ; May 18. 

Beaziey. William T., Wbitneyville, Conn. Christmas-tree 
base. Des. 70,397 ; June 22. 

Bebel, Abraham. (See Generich, Arnold, assignor.) 

Bebel, Abraham, New York, N. Y., assignor to The De 
Long Hook and Eye Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ad- 
justable presser foot and needle clamp. 1,605,385 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bebry, Percival B., assignor to Englander Spring Bed 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sliding double day bed. 
1,590,276 ; June 29. 

Becchetti, Frank, Dawson, N. Mex. Cork extractor. 
1,596,960; Aug. 24. 

Becher, Harold M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dyed fur. Des. 
69,249 ; Jan. 19. 

Bechheim, Karl, Detroit, Mich. Reamer. 1,575,613; 
Mar. 9. 

Bechler, Andre\ Moutier, Switzerland. Gear-wheel pump. 
1,602,740; Oct. 12. 

Bechman, Henry P., assignor to Duplex Printing Press 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Web-prlnting prc*>&. 
1,569,065; Jan. 12. 

Bechman, Henry P., assignor to Duplex Printing Press 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Tubular-stereotype- 
plate-casting machine. 1,569,698 ; Jan. 12. 

Bechman, Henry P., assignor to Duplex Printing Press 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Inking mechanism for 
printing presses. 1,571,882 ; Feb. 2. 

Bechtelheimer, Harry A., Kock Island, 111., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Moline Implement Company. 
Power farming apparatus. 1,572,462 ; Feb. 2. 

Bechtold, Reuben E., assignor to S. P. Bowser & Com- 
pany, Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind. Motor for dispensing 
pumps. 1,591,956 ; July 13. 

Bechtold, William S., Newark, N. J. Comb. 1,580,365; 
Apr. 13. 

Beck, Adolf, assignor to the Firm : Chemische Fabrik 
Griesheim-Elektron, Griesheim-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Recovering light metals from scrap and the like, 
t 1,576,080; Mar. 9. 

Beck, Adolf, assignor to Chemische Fabrik Griesheim- 
Elektron, Griesheim-on-the-Main, Germany. Casting 
metal. 1,584,072 ; May 11. . 

Beck, Alfred R., Holcomb, Miss. Dancing doll. 
1,580,993; Apr. 13. 

Beck, Alwin H., assignor to Hickok Mfg. Company, Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Belt buckle. 1,578,309 ; Mar. 30. 

Beck, Alwin H., and E. S. Mix, assignor to Hickok 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Clamp- 
ing member for belt buckles. 1,600,268 ; Sept. 21. 

Beck, Charles W., assignor to The Beck-Frost Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 1,591,268 ; July 6. 

Beck, Charles W., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Beck- 
Frost Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel. 
1,591,269; July 6. 

Beck, Daniel, Okmulgee, Okla. Fan suction ventilator. 
1,582,373; Apr. 27. 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Fecher, Frederick 
P., assignor.) 

Beck Duplicator Company, The. (See Isaacs, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

Beck, Edward J., Detroit, Mich. Gauge stick. 1,602,741 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Beck, Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Com- 
pany, Meriden, Conn. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
69,733; Mar. 23. 

Beck, Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Com- 
pany, Meriden, Conn. Spoon or similar article. Des. 
69,734; Mar. 23. 

Beck. Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Co., 
Meriden, Conn. Dish or similar article. Des. 71,448 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Beck. Ernest T., assignor to International Silver Co., 
Meriden, Conn. Coffeepot or similar article. Des. 
71,449; Nov. 9. 

Beck, Foster A., Allentown, Pa. Vacuum tonsillectome, 

1,609,238 ; Nov. 30. 
Beck, Frederick, Neuilly-sur-Sein, France. Automatic 

chuck. 1.570,724; Jan. 26. 
Beck-Friis, Ebbe C. (See Thorssell, C. T., Beck-Friis, and 
Edlundh.) 

Beck-Frost Corporation, The. (See Beck, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Beck, Joseph, Two Harbors, Minn. Hook. 1,572,347 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Beck, Marcia F., La Grande, Oreg. Abdominal supporter. 
1,605.323; Nov. 2. 



Beck, Michael, Minneapolis, Minn. Combined explosive 

motor and propeller. 1,569,607 ; Jan. 12. 
Beck, Morris W., Dorchester, Mass. Garment. 1,587,576 ; 

June 8. 
Beck, Paul L. (See Porster, Hans P., assignor.) 
Beck, Robert F., jr., Newnan, Ga. Brace for bicycle mud 

guards. 1,581,827 ; Apr. 20. 
Beck, Sigmond P., New Haven, Conn. Coach-door latch. 

1,589,832 ; June 22. 
Beck, Wesley J., and J. A. Aupperle, assignors to The 

American Rolling Mill Company, Middletown, Ohio. 

Enameling metal. 1,578,706 ; Mar. 30. 
Beck, William E., Herrick, 111. Antiskidding device. 

1,579,432 ; Apr. 6. 
Beck, William O., Ridgefield, N. J., assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Electromagnetic device. 1.578.707 ; Mar. 30. 
Becker, Arman E., Newark, N. J., assignor to Standard 

Development Company. Lubricant. 1,590,800 ; June 29. 
Becker, Arman E., Newark, N. J., assignor to Standard 

Development Company. Packing for journal bearings. 

1,596,574 ; Aug. 17. 
Becker, Arthur H., Baltimore, Md. Trolley harp. 

1,603,575; Oct. 19. 
Becker, August, and O. Stark, Budapest, assignors to 

Ganz & Co.-, Danubius Machine-, Railway-Carriage 

Manufacturing & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Budapest, X., 

Hungary. Roller mill. 1,579,998 ; Apr. 6. 
Becker, August M., New York, N. Y. Can opener. 

1.568.312 ; Jan. 5. 

Becker, B. V., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, Leigh 
J., assignor.) 

Becker, Christopher A., Nutley, N. J., assignor to The 
Torsion Balance Company, New York, N. Y. Balance 
or weighing scale. 1,591,802 ; July 6. 

Becker, Edmund H. (See Martus, M. L., and Becker.) 

Becker, Edmund H. (See Martus, M. L., Becker, and 
Ross.) 

Becker, Edna P., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Churn. 1,595,814 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Becker, Erich, Kladno, assignor to Poldihiitte, Praha- 
Vinohrady, Czechoslovakia. Nonmagnetic steel. 

1,574,782; Mar-. 2. 

Becker, Frank, and L. Pelzman, Chicago, 111. Helmet 
linir cap. 1.600,530 ; Sept. 21. 

Becker, Frederick W., East Rutherford, N. J. Vehicle 
washer. 1,611,874 ; Dec. 28. 

Becker, Hans, Dusseldorf, Germany. Apparatus for trim- 
ming shafts, rolls, and like stock. 1,612.758 ; Dec. 28. 

Becker Hardware Manufacturing Co. (See Becker, James 
P., assignor.) 

Becker, Harry G., Menands, N. Y. Wrist-pin mounting 
for locomotive crossheads. 1,599,740 ; Sept. 14. 

Becker, Harry E., Brea, assignor to Regan Forge and 
Engineering Company, Inc., San Pedro, Calif. 
Combined core barrel and reamer. 1,577,605 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Becker, Harry S., assignor to American Flyer Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Door and mounting 
therefor for toy railway cars. 1,571,505 ; Feb. 2. 

Becker, Harry S., River Forest, assignor to American 
Flyer Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Clip for 
toy tracks. 1,575,089 ; Mar. 2. 

Becker, Harry S., assignor to American Flyer Mfg. Co., 
Chicago. Ill- Reversing switch for toy electric trains. 
1,589,096; June 15. 

Becker, Harry S., assignor to American Flyer Mfg. Co., 
Chicago. 111. Toy railway bridge. 1.590.071 ; June 22. 

Becker, Harry S., assignor to American Flyer Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago. 111. Toy electric trolley rail- 
way. 1,595,283 ; Aug. 10. 

Becker, Harry S., assignor to American Flyer Mfg. Co., 
Chicago. 111. Illuminating means for toy railway cars. 
1.602,297; Oct. 5. 

Becker. Harry S.. River Forest, assignor to American 
Flyer Manufacturing Company, Chicago, III. Wire ter- 
minal clip for toy tracks. 1,610,033 ; Dec. 7. 

Becker. Herbert W, Milwaukee, Wis. Ink remover. 

1.571.313 ; Feb. 2. 

Becker. Howard I.. Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Producing alternating currents. 
1.608,292; Nov. 23. 

Becker, James P., assignor to Becker Hardware Manu- 
facturing Co., Miami, Fla. Closure operator. 
1,594,089; July 27. 

Becker. John. St. Marys, Pa. Pipe-turning apparatus. 
. 1.576,027 ; Mar. 9. 

Becker. John J.. Maspeth, N. Y. Mechanical toy. 
1.583,567; May 4. 

Becker, Joseph, Waring, Tex. Pump mechanism. 
1.586,138 ; May 25. 

Becker. Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Coke-handling apparatus. 1,595,594 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Becker, Joseph, assignor to The Koppers Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Inclined coking-retort oven. 

1.606,140; Nov. 9. 

Becker, Julius, assignor to Fried. Krupp Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Sighting device 
for guns. 1,571,391 ; Feb. 2. 

Becker, Julius H., assignor of one-half to W. Arnstein, 
San Francisco, Calif. Indicator for pressure gauge. 
1,598,361 ; Aug. 31. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Becker, Leo G. (See Florence. Albert F., assignor.) 

Becker, Louis, Paris, France. Bottle. Des. 70,310 ; June 8. 

Becker, Louis, Paris, France. Bottle. Lies. 71,125 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Becker, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sanitary toilet-seat cover. 
1,592,597 ; July 13. 

Becker, Oscar, Berlin-Treptow, assignor to Actien Gesell- 
scbaft fiir Anilin Fabrikation, Berlin, Germany. Film 
pack. 1,592,513; July 13. 

Becker, Otto F., New York, N. Y. Hairpin. 1,609,048 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Becker, Ray, assignor to Chas. Emmerich & Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Box. Des. 69,196 ; Jan. 12. 

Becker, Rudolph, Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Ma- 
chine for making hat linings. 1,588,001 ; June 8. 

Becker-Seidel Company, The. (See Seidel, Albin, as- 
signor. ) 

Becker, Smith & Page, Inc. (See Hanft, Johannes, as- 
signor.) 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Electro 
Metallurgical Co. Seamless hollow article and making 
same. 1,590,277 ; June 29. 

Beckett, Laycock & Watklnson Limited. (See Bridgwood, 
William D., assignor.) 

Beckhardt, Gene G., Newark, N. J. Game device. 
1,578,70S ; Mar. 30. 

Beckman-Dawson Roofing Company. (See Hofmann, 
William T., assignor.) 

Beckman, John E., Detroit, Mich. Transmission gearing. 
1.592,327 ; July 13. 

Beckman, John E., Detroit, Mich. Transmission gearing. 
1,592,328; July 13. 

Beckman, John W., Oakland, assignor to Beckman-Linden 
Engineering Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Re- 
ducing metallic sulphides. 1,582,157 ; Apr. 27. 

Beckman-Linden Engineering Corporation. (See Beck- 
man, John W.. assignor.) 

Beckwith, Charles J., and R. K. Austin, Brooklyn, as- 
signors to Johns-Manville, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Roofing. 1,606,496; Nov. 9. 

Beckwith Company, The. (See Howes; George W., as- 
signor.) 

Beckwith, Edward S., Albion, Nebr. All-around halter. 
1.570,225 ; Jan. 19. 

Beckwith, Harry H. (See Lane, Elmer E., assignor.) 

Beckwith, Harry H. (See Swett, Charles E., assignor.) 

Beckwith, Harvey, Tracy, Calif. Sickle- bar - adjusting 
means. 1,576.264 ; Mar. 9. 

Beckwith, James, Hillsboro, Oreg. Method and appara- 
tus for treating pipes. 1,600,501 ; Sept. 21. 

Beckwith, Joseph H., Lockesburg, Ark. Sliding door. 
1.602,997; Oct. 12. 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company. (See Clapp, Albert 
L., assignor.) 

Beckwith, Otto Q. (See Isbell, John F., assignor.) 

Beckwith, Raymond A., assignor to Koehring Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Cable drive for shovels. 1,572,177 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Beckwith, Reuben P., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
J. D. Cardinell, Montclair, N. J. Game. 1,592,252; 
July 13. 

Becvar, John O., Brookfield, 111. Sash fastener. 
1,570,034; Jan. 19. 

Bedack, Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bridal crown. Des. 
69,477; Feb. 23. 

Bedack. Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bridal crown. Des. 
69,479 ; Feb. 23. 

Bedack, Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bridal crown. Des. 
69,480; Feb. 23. 

Bedard, Alfred F. (See Laurita, Robert R., assignor.) 

Bedard, Frank W. (See Easdale, G. W., and Bedard.) 

Bedaux, Charles E. (See Parsons, George A., assignor.) 

Beddoes, Hubert, and J. W. Cox, assignors to Pacific 
Flush T:inl< Company, Chicago, 111. Dosing-tank sys- 
tem. 1,600,306; Sept. 21. 

Bedel, Mathew 1'., and C. A. Meurer, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Advertising display device. 1,607,042 ; Nov. 16. 

Bedford, Augustine B., Rossendale, Manitoba, Canada. 
Harrow. 1.600,269; Sept. 21. 

Bedford, Clate D., Beaumont, Tex. Tire-pressure gauge. 
1.594.993; Aug. 3. 

Bedford, Clayton W. (See Sebrell, L. B., and Bedford.) 

Bedford, Howard E., London, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Pyrene Manufacturing Company, 
Newark, N. J. Reel for double hose lines. 1,573,439 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bee, O. E. (See Kraft, Herman T., assignor.) 

Bee, William E., assignor to Palmer-Bee Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Coupling. 1,584.424 ; May 11. 

Bee, William E., assignor to Palmer-Bee Company, De- 
troit. Mich. Reduction gearing. 1,585.361 ; May IS. 

Bee, William E.. assignor to Palmer-Bee Company, 
Detroit, Midi. Reduction gearing. 1,589.928 ; June 2*2. 

Beehe, Anton N., assignor to J. and V. J. Todd, Seattle, 
Wash. Cleaner and paint remover. 1,581,421 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Beebe, Daniel S., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Vitro- 
li to Company, Parkersburg. W. Va. Anchor between 
vitreous slabs arranged at an angle to each other. 
1,568,944; Jan. 5. 



Beebe, Daniel S., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Vitrollte 
Company, Parkersburg, W. Va. Apparatus for utilizing 
ladle chills. 1,604,376 ; Oct. 26. 

Beebe, Edgar A., Downey, Idaho. Automatic switch. 
1,611.405; Dec. 21. 

Beebe Glove Company. (See Beebe, Stuart J., assignor.) 

Beebe, Lucian H., New London, Conn. Tent. 1,576,942 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Beebe, Murray C, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The 
Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Dayton, Ky. Light- 
sensitive medium and producing the same. 1,574,356 : 
Feb. 23. 

Beebe, Murray C, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to The 
Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Dayton, Ky. 
Medallion-etching process. 1,583,519 ; May 4. 

Beebe, Murray C, Fort Thomas, assignor to The Wads- 
worth Watch Case Company, Dayton, Ky. Optical 
copying. 1,574,358; Feb. 23. 

Beebe, Murray C, Cincinnati, Ohio, and H. V. Herlinger, 
Southgate, assignors to The Wadsworth Watch Case 
Company, Dayton, Ky. Photographic medium and pro- 
duction thereof. 1,604,674; Oct. 26. 

Beebe, Murray C, and A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Day- 
ton, Ky. Photographic media and process. 1,574,357 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Beebe, Murray C, and A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Day- 
ton, Ky. Photographic medium. 1,574,359 ; Feb. 23. 

Beebe, Murray C-, and A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company. 
Dayton, Ky. Photographic sensitizer. 1,575,143 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Beebe, Murray C, and A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Day- 
ton, Ky. Natural-resin photographic medium and 
process. 1,587,271 ; June 1. 

Beebe, Murray C, and A. Murray, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Day- 
ton, Ky. Photographic media and process. 1,587,274 ; 
June 1. 

Beebe, Murray O, and E. M. Wise, Fort Thomas, as- 
signors to The Wadsworth Watch Case Company, Day- 
ton, Ky. Serial-numbering device. 1,580.947 ; Apr. 13. 

Beebe, Murray C, A. Murray, and H. V. Herlinger, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, assignors to The Wadsworth Watch Case 
Company, Dayton, Ky. Synthetic resins, photographic 
process, and media. 1,587,269 ; June 1. 

Beebe, Murray C, A. Murray, and H. V. Herlinger, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, assignors to The Wadsworth Watch Case 
Company, Dayton, Ky. Condensation photographic 
process, media, and preparing same. 1,587,270 ; 
June 1. 

Beebe, Murray C, A. Murray, and H. V. Herlinger, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, assignors to The Wadsworth Watch 
Case Company, Dayton, Ky. Synthetic resins, photo- ' 
graphic process, photographic media, and preparing 
same. 1,587,272 ; June 1. 

Beebe, Murray C, A. Murray, and H. V. Herlinger, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, assignors to The Wadsworth Watch Case 
Company, Dayton, Ky. Synthetic resins, photosrapbic 
process, media, and preparing same. 1,587,273 ; 
June 1. 

Beebe, Norman H., and H. E. Smith, assignors to Modern 
Broom Machinery Company, Davenport, Iowa. Evener 
and cutter. 1,594,237; July 27. 

Beebe, Paul. (See O'Brien, W. G., and Beebe.) 

Beebe, Paul, assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Making a rubberized fiber 
composition. 1,595,374 ; Aug. 10. 

Beebe, Paul, assignor to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Making rubberized fibrous ma- 
terial. 1,595,375 ; Aug. 10. 

Beebe, Robert H., Seattle, Wash. Hoist. 1,596,477 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Beebe, Stanley J. (See Teetsal, R. M., Beebe, and War- 
ner.) 

Beebe, Stanley J., assignor to Endicott Johson Corpora- 
tion, Endicott, N. Y. Work holder. 1.60S.293 ; Nov. 23. 

Beebe, Stuart J., Richmond, Ind. Gauntlet. 1,597,042 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Beebe, Stuart J., Richmond, Ind. Glove. 1,602,321 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Beebe, Stuart J., Richmond, Ind., assignor to Beebe Glove 
Company, Richmond, Ind. Glove. 1.598,671 ; Sept. 7. 

Beech, Clare E., assignor to The Tappan Stove Company, 
Mansfield. Ohio. Range. 1,595,751; Aug. 10. 

Beecher, Edward E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Railway crossing 
gate. 1,569.908; Jan. 19. 

Beecher, Eugene L., assignor to The Westinghouse Air 
Spring Company, New Haven, Conn. Pneumatic valve. 
1,584,350; May 11. 

Beecher, Eugene L., assignor to The Westinghouse Air 
Spring Company, New Haven, Conn. Air spring. 
1.584,351 ; May 11. 

Beecher, Eugene L., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Spring Company. Expander mecha- 
nism for cup washers. 1.594,349 ; Aug 3. 

Beecher, Milton F., and A. E. Olson, assignors to Norton 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Tunnel-kiln car. 

1,587,210; June 1. 

Beecher, Philip, Batavia, N. Y. Figure wheeled toy.. 
1,574,275; Feb. 23. 



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Beechlyn, John T., assignor to Story and Beechlyn, 

Worcester, Mass. Method of and device for animated 

picture display. 1,591,737 ; July 6. 
Beechnut Packing Company. 

assignor.) 
Beech-Nut Packing Company. 

assignor.) 
Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, 



(See Beatty, Wallace A., 
(See Penley, Benjamin S., 



R. I. Drive mechanism for 
twisting and spinning frames. 1,578,183 ; Mar. 23. 

Beede, Herbert G., Pawtucket, E. I. Drive mechanism^ 
for twisting and spinning frames. 1,578,798 ; Mar. 30. 

Beegle, Raymond E., Bast St. Louis, 111. Spike. 
1,605,204 ; Nov. 2. 

Beeh, Louis, Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Robert Boseb. 
Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Impulse start- 
er for ignition apparatus. 1,584,162 : May 11. 

Beehler Steel Products Company. (See Steinbreder, Wil- 
liam J., assignor.) 

Beekley, Wilber S., Glendale, Ohio. Marine propulsion 
paddle wheel. 1,576,641 ; Mar. 16. 

Beeler, Esten B., assignor to S. J. Harbaugh, Chicago, 111. 
Sled runner for coasters. 1,581,420 ; Apr. 20. 

Beeler, George L. (See Perry, George R., assignor.) 

Beelman, David H., Youngstown, Ohio. Vending ma- 
chine. 1,603,576 ; Oct. 19. 

Beelman, David H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Vending machine. 
1,603,577; Oct. 19. 

Beemack Furnace Company. (See Beasley, H. C, and 
MacDougall, assignors.) 

Beer, James C, Long Beach, Calif. Mail box. 1,604,629 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Beers, Bradford E. (See Anderson, C. A., and Beers.) 

Beers, Louis G., Trenton, N. J., assignor to New Jersey 
Wire Cloth Company. Tree-holder package. 1,600,969 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Beers, Royce L., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Riley Stoker Corporation, Worcester, 
Mass. Tuvere structure for underfeed stokers. 
1,595,986 ; Aug. 17. 

Beery, John H., assignor to The Bolmer Manufacturing 
Company, Springfield, Ohio. Molding apparatus. 
1,577,100 ; Mar. 16. 

Beesch, Hazel O., et al., administrators. (See Owens, 
Michael J.) 

Beesley, Benedict. (See Hansell, J. B., and Beesley.) 

Beesley, Harvey A. (See Byrne, W. L., and Beesley.) 

Beesmeyer. Gilbert S., et al.< (See Eastman, J. B., and 
Sniffin, assignors.) 

Beet Machinery Company. (See Cain, Jesse A., assignor.) 

Beetem, Frank G., Philadelphia, Pa. Suspension for axle 
lighting dynamos 1,592,067 ; July 13. 

Beeth, Clyde A., Rochester, N. Y. Fteding mechanism for 
glass-molding machines. 1,592,253 ; July 13. 

Beezley, Regnald R., Memphis, Tenn. Terminal-block at- 
tachment. 1,586,438; May 25. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to Union Trust Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Running-gear construction. 

1.600.953 ; Sept. 21. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to The Union Trust Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Spring-shackling mechanism. 
1,600,954: Sept. 21. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to The Union Trust Company, 
Clevelnnrt, Ohio. Running-gear construction. 

1,600,955 ; Sept. 21. 

Beggs, Thomas R., Hartford, Conn. Fluid motor. 
1,595. 49G : Aug. 10. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Wire tightener 
and twister. 1,576,400 ; Mar. 9. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Wire cutter. 
1,587,464 ; June 1. 

Beghetti, Peter, San Francisco, Calif. Wire bending and 
cutting machine. 1.589,456 ; June 22. 

Begy. Elfreda, Rochester, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
1.610,194 ; Dec. 7. 

Behan, Thomas W., assignor to The Nineteen Hundred 
Washer Company, Binghamton, N. Y. Ironing machine. 
1,578.001 ; Mar. 23. 

Behimer, Otto. (See Holmes, R. C, Manley, and Be- 
himer.) 

Behimer, Otto, Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
treating hydrocarbon oils. 1,582,893 ; May 4. 

Behm, Jack. (See Nathanson, W., and Behm.) 

Behme, John E. (See Hallock, William I., assignor.) 

Behn, Adolph, and J. G. Schmitt, New York, N. Y. Inter- 
nal-combustion engine. 1,587,275 ; June 1. 

Behn, Guido G., Detroit, Mich. Making hood hinges for 
automobiles. 1,575,030 ; Mar. 2. 

Behneman, Frederick J. (See Fields, Herbert B., as- 
signor.) 

Behnke, Dagmar, Oak Grove, Oreg. Women's garment 
supporter. 1,607,810 ; Nov. 23. 

Behnke, George W. (See Soldan, L. E., and Behnke.) 

Behnke, George W., and L. E. Soldan, Gladwin, as- 
signors to Simplicity Engineering Company, Durand, 
Mich. Portable foldable conveyer. 1.607,601 ; Nov. 23. 

Behnken, Hermann, Berlin-Charlottenburg, G. Jaeckel, 
BerJin-Lichterfelde, and W. Kutzner, Berlin, Germany. 
Measuring device for the examination of electromagnetic 
waves. 1.589.833; June 22. 

Behr, Allen H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tennis racket. 
1,568,127; Jan. 5. 



Behr, Han* C, Scarsdale, N. Y. Apparatus for separat- 
ing liquids from solids. 1,586,395 ; May 25. 
Behr, Hans C, Scarsdale, JN. Y. Apparatus for con- 
tinuously separating liquids from solids. 1,589,097 ; 

June 15. 
Behr, Hans C., Scarsdale, N. Y. Driving-gear mechanism 

for centrifuges. 1,611,989 ; Dec. 98. 
Behrends, Nick, assignor of one-third to G. D. Moulton 

and one-third to L. W. Wiemer, Ledyard, Iowa. Com- 
bined cream saver and can washer. 1,584,599 : 

May 11. 
Behrer, Arnold M., New York, N. Y. Valve for low- 
down flush tanks. 1,576,299 ; Mar. 9. 
Behringer, Emil, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination water 

heater. 1.568,440 ; Jan. 5 
Behringer, Emil, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cooling holder for 

milk and the like. 1,574,861; Mar. 2. 
Behrman, Abraham S., assignor to International Filter 

Co., Chicago, 111. Adsorbent material and making 

same. 1.584,716; May 18. 
Behrman, Marcus B., New York, N. Y. Milk-bottle 

opener. 1,587,490 ; June 1. 
Behrman, Marcus B., New York, assignor to The Lox Seal 

Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fastening means. 

1,577,678 ; Mar. 23. 
Behrsing, David, and F. W. Henke, jr., assignors to Fox 

Automotive Products Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hand-starting-crank mechanism for engines. 1,583,332 ; 

May 4. 
Behrstock, Isadore, Los Angeles, Calif. Stone setting. 

Des. 69.343 ; Feb. 2. 
Beibin, Morris, Brooklyn. N. Y. Automobile wheel. 

1,605,386 ; Nov. 2. 
Beich, Albert J., Camden, N. J. Leather-cutting die. 

1,596,917 ; Aug. 24. 
Beidelstein, Frank, Milwaukee, Wis. Merchandising 

wheel. Des. 69,197 ; Jan. 12. 
Beidelstein, Frank, Milwaukee, Wis. Game-wheel spider. 

Des. 71,708 ; Dec. 28. 
Beierle, Albert C, Saginaw, Mich. Fastening device for 

window sashes. 1,605,499 ; Nov. 2. 
Beiger, John W., assignor to The Carrom Company, Lud- 

ington, Mich. Knockdown toy building. 1,569,066 ; 

Jan. 12. 
Beilharz, Carl E., Joliet, 111., assignor to William E. 

Pratt Mfg. Co. Jack. 1,602.961 ; Oct. 12. 
Bein, Isaac, New York, N. Y. Window-sash-securing 

means. 1,577,053; Mar. 16. 
Beisel, Frank A., assignor to Menasha Printing and 

Carton Company, Menasha, Wis. Carton-spot dewaxer. 

1,572,879 ; Feb. 16. 
Beistle, Martin L., Shippensburg, Pa. Ornamental basket 

structure. 1,593,646; July 27. 
Beistle, Martin L., Shippensburg, Pa. Ornamental basket 

structure. 1,593,647 ; July 27. 
Beitel, William J., assignor to Lambert Tire & Rubber 

Co., Barberton, Ohio. Tire mold. 1,587,677 ; June 8. 
Beitzell, August F., and C. B. Wheltle, Baltimore, Md. 

Ship propulsion. 1,577,101 ; Mar. 16. 
Bej'ar, Tomfis L., Habana, Cuba. Mixing devices for 

liquid refreshments. 1,597,712 ; Aug. 31. 
Bek. Ernst G. (See Weber, Johann M., assignor.) 
Beksinski, Marceli J., Curwensville, Pa. Combination 

phonograph, bookcase, and electric lamp. Des. 70,936 ; 

Aug. 31. 
Belais, David, New York, N. Y., assignor to David 

Belais, Incorporated. White gold. 1,584,352 ; May 11. 
Belais. David, Incorporated. (See Belais, David, as- 
signor.) 
Beland, Edith M., Nashua, and H. J. Beland, Franklin, 

N. H. Attachment for sinks. 1,587,693; June 8. 
Beland, Henry J. (See Beland, Edith M. and H. J.) 
Belanger, Frangois X., Langdon, N. Dak. Land-cleaning 

device. 1,571,883; Feb. 2. 
Belanger. Paul J., Lake City, Minn. Portable tent. 

1,590,072 : June 22. 
Belanger, Theodore, Provemont, Mich. Potato picker 

and grader. 1,585,527 ; May 18. 
Belber, Edmond H., Philadelphia, Pa. Automobile horn. 

1,612,561 ; Dec. 28. 
Belber Trunk & Bag Company. (See Langmuir, Frank 

H., assignor.; 
Belcher, Claude, assignor of forty-nine per cent to F. J. 

Douglas, Des Moines, Iowa. Adjustable flange for 

pipe lines. 1,573,511 ; Feb. 16. 
Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag. Co., St. 

Louis, Mo. Forming stitches. 1,592,433 ; July 13. 
Belcher, Daniel, Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Bemis 

Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis, Mo. Sewing machine. 

1,592,434 ; July 13. 
Belcher, J. E. (See Brown, James F., assignor.) 
Beldam Asbestos Company Limited. (See Beldam, Wil- 
liam R., assignor.) 
Beldam Packing and Rubber Company, Limited, The. 

(See Robinson, George H., assignor.) 
Beldam, William R., assignor to Beldam Asbestos Com- 
pany Limited, Hounslow, England. Packing such as is 

used for piston rods. 1,590,801 ; June 29. 
Belden, Albert G., and C. G. Flygare, Worcester, assignors 

to Norton Company, Worcester, Mass. Grindlng- 

Wheel - spindle - reciprocating mechanism. 1,584,717 ; 

May 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys - Overland 

Company, Toledo, Ohio. Tire carrier. 1,584,690 ; 

May 11. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys-Overland 

Company, Toledo, Ohio. Folding seat. 1,588,692 ; 

June 15. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys-Overland 

Company, Toledo, Ohio. Vehicle window. 1,595.497 ; 

Aug. 10. 
Belden, Edward H., assignor to The Willys-Overland 

Company, Toledo, Ohio. Vehicle frame construction. 

1,607,147; Nov. 16. 
Belding, George A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sheet-metal shingle. 

1,589,675 ; June 22. 
Belding & Mull, Inc. (See Belding, Warren S., assignor.) 
Belding, Warren S., assignor to Belding & Mull, Inc., 

Philipsburg, Pa. Mounting for telescopic sights for 

firing pieces. 1,609,789 ; Dec. 7. 
Beler, Kobert J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Water heater. 

1,602,389 ; Oct. 12. 
Belger, Otto A., Newton, Mass. Driving mechanism for 

carding-machine stripper rolls. 1,597,043 ; Aug. 24. 
Belgrove, Edward, Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. 

Combination saw and square construction. 1,589,676 ; 

June 22. 
Belian, Lorena M., et al. (See Mulvany, Clyde T., as- 
signor.) 

Belian, Markus H., et al. (See Mulvany, Clyde T., 
assignor.) 

Beliveau, Dlric, Detroit, Mich. Motor-horn-operating 
mechanism. 1,571,695 ; Feb. 2. 

Belknap, Charles, Burlington, Wash. Bricklayer's jointer. 
1,569,067; Jan. 12. 

Belknap, Joel R., Toledo, Ohio. Allaying dust in fuels. 
1.592,810 ; July 13. 

Bell, Albert C, trustee. (See Sessions, Edson O., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Arthur F. L., assignor to Associated Oil Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Can-filling machine. 1,590,278 ; 
June 29. 

Bell, Charles H., Thomaston, Conn. Rake. 1,591,738 ; 
July 6. 

Bell, Edwin H., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 1,604,960 ; 

Nov. 2. 
Bell, Edwin H., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 1,610,733 : 

Dec. 14. 
Bell, Edwin H., and W. S. Boyce, Chicago, 111. Shim for 

tie plates. 1,604,961 ; Nov. 2. 
Bell, Elmer, assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, Mount 

Pleasant, Pa. Glass goblet or similar article. Des. 

69,868 ; Apr. 13. 
Bell, Elmer, assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, Mount 

Pleasant, Pa. Goblet. Des. 70,091 ; May 11. 
Bell Engine Company. (See Armstrong, Edwin J., as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Fred C, Alameda, Calif. Rotary compressor. 

1,584,207 ; May 11. 
Bell, Fred C, Alameda, Calif. Expansion valve. 

1.610,650 ; Dec. 14. 
Bell, Frederick E„ and R. Harris, San Diego, Calif. 

Syringe. 1,609,640 ; Dec. 7. 
Bell, George, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westinghousc 

Electric & Manufacturing Company. Condenser. 

1,578,002 ; Mar. 23. 
Bell, George, and W. E. Kirk, Dalhart, Tex. Barrel rack. 

1.579.627 ; Apr. 6. 
Bell, George P., Tulsa, Okla. Swivel rope socket. 

1,598,701 ; Sept. 7. 
Bell, George G.. Providence, R. I. Micrometer calipers. 

1.608,356 ; Nov. 23. 
Bell, Guy A., San Francisco, Calif. High-pressure me- 
tered fuel ejector for internal-combustion engines. 

1,585,277; May 18. 
Bell, Harmon. (See Lol'lus, Thomas J., assignor.) 
Bell, Henry V., New York, and II. E. Eastman, Eaton, 

N. V. Lock for transmissions and other purposes. 

1,607,426; Nov. 16. 
Bell, Howard H. (See Gill, H. M., and Bell.) 
Bell & Howell Company. (See Howell, Albert S„ as- 
signor.) 

Bell, Ivan C, Dallas, Tex. Wrench. 1,5S9,736 ; June 22 
Bell, James A., Clintonville, Wis. Convertible tractor 

truck device. 1.576.499; Mar. 16. 
Bell, James P., Pelzer, S. C., assignor to Draper Cor- 
poration, Hopedale, Mass. Loom treadle guide. 
1.580.948; Apr. 13. 
Hell, James W., Cleveland, Ohio. Guy-line tightener. 

1,686,174; May 25. 
Bell, John 10. (See Isom, K. W.. and Bell.) 
Bell, John E. (See Krelslnger, H., Anderson, and Bell.) 
Bell. John E. (See Krelslnger, H., Bell, and Anderson.) 
Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, Chicago, ill. Process and apparatus 
for fractional condensation. 1,678,129; Feb. 16. 
Bell. John i: . Brooklyn, N. Y.. assignor to Sinclair Re- 
Qnlnj; Company, Chicago, ill. Oll-hcating furnace. 
1.574.54';; Feb. 23. 
Hell. John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, Chicago, 111. Operation of oil stills. 
1,574,547 ; Feb. 23. 



Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Sinclair 
Refining Company, Chicago, 111. Method and appara- 
tus for cracking oils under pressure. 1,575,031 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, Chicago, 111. Oil distillation. 
1.576,401 ; Mar. 9. 

Bell, John E.. Brooklyn, assignor to Power Specialty 
Company, New York, N. Y. Soot-blowing provision. 
1,578,385 : Mar. 30. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to International 
Combustion Engineering Corporation. Pulverizing. 
1.608,717 ; Nov. 30. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, and W. E. Dowd, jr., assignors 
to Power Specialty Company, New York, N. Y. Air- 
preheating system 1.590,408 ; June 29. 

Bell, John E., Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. J. A. London. Hart- 
ford, Conn., assignors to International Combustion Engi- 
neering Corporation. Pulverizing apparatus. 1,598,702 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bell, John F., Pleasant Hill, Mo. Anchor. 1,586,957 ; 
June 1. 

Bell, John W. (See Estep, F. L., and Bell.) 

Bell. Nebraska P., Marionville, Va. Churn. 1,594,488; 
Aug. 3. 

Beii, Needham E., Cloverdale. Ala. Apparatus for apply- 
ing fertilizer. 1,611,406 ; Dec. 21. 

Bell, Osie E. (See Binns, John E., assignor.) 

Bell, Raymond W., Washington, D. C, dedicated to the 
Government and the people of the United States. 
Separating proteins and other matter from whey in 
soluble form. 1,600,161 ; Sept. 14. 

Bell, Raymond W., Washington, D. C, assignor to the 
Government and the people of the United States of 
America. Manufacture of crude milk sugar. 
3,600,573; Sept. 21. 

Bell Register, Inc. (See Bell, Samuel J., assignor.) 

Bell, Robert, assignor to The Faraday Co., New Haven, 
Conn. Regeneration radiotransformer. 1,596,391 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bell, Samuel H., et al. (See Fisk, Clark F., assignor.) 

Bell, Samuel J., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Bell 
Register, inc., Wonnsocket, R. 1. Change-making ma- 
chine. 1.571,618 : Feb. 2. 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Beau- 
mont, William M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories-, Incorporated. (See Borg- 
mann, Charles, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Heising, 
Raymond A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Otis, 
R. M., and Funk, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Steven- 
son, George H., assignor.) 

Bell, Thomas L., Garth, Ky. Drill head. 1,602,322 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Bell, Willard J., Newaygo, Mich. Shade for motor ve- 
hicles. 1,599,200 ; Sept. 7. 

Bell, William A. J. (See Fleck, Herman, assignor.) 

Bell, William A. J. (See Thews, Karl B., assignor.) 

Bell, William E. EL, Glenside, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to II. W. Butterworth & Sons Company. 
Dyeing machine. 1,600.574: Sept. 21. 

Bell, William H., Alachua, Fla. Insect trap. 1,601,552 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bell, William I. (See Brueggeman, Frank, assignor.) 

Bell, William L., Oakland, Calif. Operating table. 
1,569,350; Jan. 12. 

Bell, William O. (See Pfanstiehl, C. and Bell.) 

Bell Wire and Metal Goods Company. (See Foster, 
Edward S., assignor.) 

Bellairs, Hamon d'A., et al. (See Foster, Arnaud, as- 
signor. ) 

Bellairs, Nigel A., et al. (See Foster, Arnaud, assignor.) 

Bellamy, Harry T., River Forest, 111., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
casting slip. 1,585,010 ; May 18. 

Bellamy, Harry T., River Forest, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Se- 
curing a union between elements. 1,605,205 ; Nov. 2. 

Bellamy, John I. (See Gardner, J. E., and Bellamy.) 

Belle City Manufacturing Company. (See Hendrickson, 
Robert O., assignor.) 

Belles, Albert C. assignor to Standard Gauge Steel Com- 
pany, Beaver Falls, Pa. Wire straightener. 1,610,195; 
Dec. 7. 

Bellevue Manufacturing Company, The. (See Martin, 
Jacob F., assignor.) 

Belli, John V., Clifton, N. J. Belt buckle. 1,610.237; 
Dec. 14. 

Belli, John V., Clifton, N. J. Loose-leaf binder. 
1.610,992 : Dec. 14. 

Bellis, Arthur E., Springfield, Mass., and C. S. Collins, 
New York, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
The Bellis Heat Treating Company, New Haven, Conn. 
Pot or crucible. 1.573,535 ; Feb. 16. 

Bellis Heat Treating Company, The. (See Bellis, A. E., 
and Collins, assignors.) 

Bellis, Joseph, St. Paul, Minn. Filing system. 1,612,562; 
Dec. 28. 

Bellis, Joseph, St. Paul, Minn. Filing-cabinet support 
stand. 1,612,563 ; Dec. 28. 



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Belliveau, Canaille H., Moncton, New Brunswick, Can- 
ada. Automatic window washer. 1,599,272 ; Sept. 7. 

Bello, Aurelio C, Sagua la Grande, Cuba. Spading ap- 
paratus. 1.575.962 ; Mar. 9. 

Bello Byfield Corporation. (See Bello, Marino, assignor.) 

Bello, Marino, Highland Park, assignor to Bello Byfield 
Corporation. Waukegan, 111. Manufacture of contain- 
ers. 1,585,642 ; May 25. 

Bello, Marino, Highland Park, assignor to Bello Byfield 
Corporation, Waukegan, 111. Manufacture of contain- 
ers. 1.585,643 : May 25. 

Bello, Rosario, Trenton, N. J. Gas mask. 1,590,668 ; 
June 29. 

Bellocchio, John, New York, N. Y. Extension table. 
1,601,159; Sept. 28. 

Belloir, Earl E., Black Diamond. Wash. Car-washing de- 
vice. 1,607,229 ; Nov. 16. 

Bellomy, Homer E., Boise City, Okla. Broomcorn knife. 
1.586,396; May 25. 

Bellon, Louis J. G., Vincennts, France. Fishing winch 
or reel for casting. 1,609,684 ; Dec. 7. 

Bellows, Franklin H., assignor to Walden-Worcester, 
Incorporated, Worcester. Mass. Socket wrench. 
1.596,708 ; Aug. 17. 

Bellows, John S., Woonsockct, R. I., assignor to Crorop- 
ton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Warp 
stop motion. 1.596,229 ; Aug. 17. 

Bellows, Warren S., assignor to Walden-Worcester, In- 
corporated, Worcester, Mass. Brace wrench. 1,584,208 ; 
May 11. 

Bell's United Asbestos Company Limited. (See King, 
Robert O., assignor.) 

Bellvis, Camilo, and J. Montesano, Zaragoza, Spain. 
Beverage pot. 1.612,410 ; Dec. 28. 

Belmont Casket Company, The. (See Diday, Jesse N., as- 
signor.) 

Belmont, Harry, assignor to The Elyria Iron and Steel 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Welding apparatus. 
1.611,875 ; Dec. 28. 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Aldrich, Alonzo, assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Beadle, Warren E., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, E. E., and Ross, as- 
signors.) 

Belt, Fred R., Company. (See Belt, Fred R., assignor.'* 

Belt, Fred R., assignor to Fred R. Belt Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Miner's lamp. 1,612,694 ; Dec. 28. 

Belt, Fred R., assignor to Fred R. Belt Company, Chicago, 
111. Miners' acetylene lamp. 1,612,695 ; Dec. 28. 

Belvin, Preston, Richmond, Ya. Heating and ventilating 
apparatus. 1,571.785 ; Feb. 2. 

Bern, Joseph P., assignor to Pacific Pitting Machine Com- 
pany Inc., Fresno, Calif. Peach-pitting machine. 
1,581,482; Apr. 20. 

Beman, Lynn W., Chicago. 111. Combination bill bank 
cheek. 1,608,294: Nov. 23. 

Bement, John W., Denver, Colo. Luggage rack. 
1,586.939 ; June 1. 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Belcher, Daniel, assignor.) 

Beinis Bro. Bag Company. (See Pierce, Robert E., as- 
signor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Pierce, R. E., and Welts, 
assignors.) 

Bemis, Thomas, sr., assignor to Anderson Steam Yulcan- 
izer Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Manhole cover. 
1.599.509; Sept. 14. 

Bemis, Walter S., Chicago, 111. Hand brake for railway 
cars 1.599.633; Sept. 14. 

Bemus, Thomas A., North East, Pa., and E. F. Bickford 
and F. T. Coffin, Boston, Mass. Wrench set. 1,578,065 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Benbow, James D., assignor to Western Wheeled Scraper 
Company, Aurora, 111. Elevating grader. 1,5S0,687 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Benbow, James D.. assignor to Western Wheeled Serpppr 
Company, Aurora, 111. Elevating grader. 1,580,638 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bench. Marion F., Chillicothe, Mo., and O. F. Rohwedder, 
Davenport, Iowa. Bread-display rack. Des. 71,354 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bench. Marion F.. Chillicothe, Mo., and O. F. Rohwedder, 
Davenport. Iowa. Display rack. 1,591,357 ; July 6. 

Benckenstein. Charles H., Vinton, La. Screen for oil 
wells. 1.570.725 ; Jan. 26. 

Benckenstein, Charles H., Yinton. Iowa. Yalve mechanism 
for wells. 1.612.16S ; Dec. 28. 

Benda, Louis, Mainkur, near Frankford-on-the-Main, and 
O. Sievers, Fechenheim-on-the-Main, Germany, as- 
signors to Leopole Cassella & Co., Gesellschaft mit 
beschriinkter Haftung. Production of acridinium com- 
pounds. 1,577,415 ; Mar. 16. 

Benda, Louis, Mninkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, and 
W. Schmidt, Fechenheim. near Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktien- 
gesellschaft. Production of 5-amino-3-chloro-4-hy- 
droxyhenzene-1-arsonic acid. . 1.595,498 : Aug. 10. 

Benda, Louis. Mainkur. near Frankfort-on-the-Main, and 
W. Schmidt. Fechenheim-on-the-Main. assignors to I. 
G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on- 
the-Main, Germany. P-dialkylamino aryl phosphinous 
acids. 1,607,113 ; Nov. 16 



Benda, Ludwig, Mainkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Hydroxy benzoyla- 
mino-benzenearsonic acids and making the same. 
1,588,381; June 8. 

Benda, Ludwig, Mainkur, near Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
and W. Schmidt, Fechenheim, near Frankfort-on-the- 
Main, Germany, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengesellschaft. N-acyl derivatives of 5-amino- 
3-chloro-4-hydroxybenzene-l-arsonic acid. 1,588,382 ; 
June 8. 

Bendelari, Mary E., Paris, France. Ornamentation of 
leather. 1.570.329 : Jan. 19. 

Bender, Albert G., Hays, Kans. Corn-topping machine. 
1,591,695 ; July 6. 

Bender, Christian U. (See Watson, Darlington C, as- 
signor.) 

Bender, Frederic H., assignor to American Steel Foun- 
dries, Chicago, 111. Retaining bolt for self-centering 
devices. 1,585,362; May 18. 

Bender, Frederic H., assignor to American Steel Found- 
ries, Chicago, 111. Draft-rigging-supporting arrange- 
ment. 1.604,336; Oct. 26. 

Bender, Frederick C, Hempstead, N. Y. Musical instru- 
ment. 1,572,418 ; Feb. 9. 

Bender, George W. (See Bard, F. N., and Bender.) 

Bender. George W., assignor to Mudge & Company, 
Chicago, 111. Yentilator. 1,582,894; May 4. 

Bender, Harrv, Omaha, Nebr. Sport cap. 1.590,409 ; 
June 29. 

Bender, Lillian M., San Francisco, Calif. Portable ward- 
robe. 1,571,366 ; Feb. 2. 

Bendig, Charles R. (See Bartlett. Daniel, assignor.) 

Bendig. Charles R., Philadelphia, Pa. Hairpin. 
1,585,363; May 3 8. 

Bendikson, Iver P., Mandan, N. Dak. Car door. 
1,576,500 ; Mar. 16. 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Andres, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Auger, Joseph T., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, Adiel Y., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, A. Y., and Andres, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Gallup, David L., as- 
signor, i 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Hay, John D., assignoi.) 

Bendix Brake Company, t See Janowski, Charles S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, Ludger E., as- 
signor. ) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See McConkey, Montgomery 
W., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See McDonald, Eugene G., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Price, Jacob L., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Sanford, Roy S., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Sharlock, H. L., and Mc- 
Conkev. assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Smith, F. H., and Sindelar, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Thomas, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See White, D'Orsay M., as- 
signor.) 

Bendixen, Kristian. (See Ehrenreich. A., and Bendixen.) 

Bendixen. Niels, assignors to The F. R. M. Company 
Limited, London, England. Extraction, solution, and 
mixture of soluble and insoluble substances. 1,592,713 ; 
Julv 13. 

Bendixen, Peter. (See Dailey, Owen R., assignor.) 

Bendixon, Elmer A., Chicago, 111. Musical toy. 
1.575,032: Mar. 2. 

Benedict, Adelbert A., assignor of one-third to D. A. 
Bridge and one-third to J. Darmody, New York, N. Y. 
Thermometer. 1,590.613 ; June 29. 

Benedict, Charles H. (See Anthony, W. C, and Bene- 
dict.) 

Benedict, Charles L., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mail- 
ing folder. 1,5S3,867; May 11. 

Benedict. Edward L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Wire fabric. 
1,597.507: Aug. 24. 

Benedict, Edward L., and R. L. Glose, Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Reenforcing fabric for cementitious slabs. 1,5S1,505 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Benedict, Edward L., and R. L. Glose, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Reenforcement for pavements and the like. 1,581,506 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Benedict, Edward L., and R. L. Glose, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Reenforced roadway. 1.581,507 ; Apr. 20. 

Benedict. Edward L., and R. L. Glose, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors of one-third to H. D. Beaton," Philadelphia. Pa. 
Paving joint an'd making the same. 1.603.506 : Oct. 19. 

Benedict, George H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Warehouse Corp., Washington, D. C. Egg- 
preserving apparatus. 1,587,499 ; June 8. 

Benedict, George H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Warehouse Corp., Washington, D. C. Appa- 
ratus for preserving eggs. 1.596.142 : Aug. 17. 

Benedict, George H., and W. J. Tucker, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to American Warehouse Corp., 
Washington, D. C. Apparatus for preserving eggs. 
1,589,457 ; June 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Benedict, Frederick K., assignor to Machinery Company 
of America, Big Rapids, Mich. Shaper for the teeth 
of saws. 1,603,893 ; Oct. 19. 

Benedict, Frederic K., assignor to Hanchett Swage 
Works, Big Rapids, Mich. Clamp screw for saw 
swages. 1,603,894 ; Oct. 19. 

Benedict, Frederick K., assignor to Machinery Company 

' of America, Big Rapids, Mich. Shaper for saw teeth. 
1,608,157; Nov. 23. 

Benedict, Laurance D., Grand Rapids, Mich. Fabricated 
metal wheel for trucks. 1,605,206 ; Nov. 2. 

Benedict, T. N., Mfg. Co. (See Saunders, Albert F., as- 
signor.) 

Benedict, William H., Sound Beach, Conn. Closure fas- 
tener. 1,605,422; Nov. 2. 

Beneke Manufacturing Company. (See Hinkle, Walter 
F., assignor.) 

Beneke Manufacturing Company. (See Rayfield, Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Benford, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Reflectometer. 1,600,865 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Benford, George L., assignor to The Spencer Manufac- 
turing Company, Spencer, Ohio. Steering-wheel lock. 
1,596,230; Aug. 17. 

Bengert, Edgar F., Kansas City, Mo. Ring. Des. 70,154 ; 
May 18. 

Bengtsson, Harry E. (See Pearson, Victor I., assignor.) 

Benham, Edgar M., Norwood, Ohio, assignor to The 
Mosler Lock Company, Covington, Ky. Key. 1,573,536 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Benham, Edgar M., Norwood, Ohio, assignor to The Mos- 
ler Lock Company, Covington, Ky. Time controller for 
electric circuits. 1,607,385 ; Nov. 16. 

Benham, Edgar M., Norwood, and G. J. Bauer, Madison- 
ville, Ohio, assignors to The Mosler Lock Company, 
Covington, Ky. 1,611,712 ; Dec. 21. 

Benjamin, Alfred W., Cleveland Heights Village, as- 
signor to H. C. Benjamin, Cleveland, Ohio. Ironing 
machine. 1,600,211 ; Sept. 21. 

Benjamin, Benjamin, Chicago, 111. Bottle. Des. 71,631 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Benjamin, Bert R. (See- Johnston, E. A., Benjamin, 
and Pearson.) 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, and C. R. Raney, and 
A. E. W. Johnson, assignors to International Harvester 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cultivator attachment for trac- 
tors. 1,607,230; Nov. 16. 

Benjamin, Clarence F., Milford, Conn. Hair crimper. 
1,584,831 ; May 18. 

Benjamin, Dana H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Negligee-shirt press. 1,587,747 ; June 8. 

Benjamin, Dana H. and H. W., Cleveland Heights, as- 
signors to The American Laundry Machinery Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Power pressing machine. 1,571,040 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Benjamin. E. V., Company, The. (See Goben, Edward 
G., assignor.) 

Benjamin & Edward J. Gross Co. Inc. (See Binger, Ar- 
nold, assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin, Reuben B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Benja- 
min, R. B., and Harris, assignors.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
jamin, R. B., and Warner, assignors.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Curless, 
James M., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Hop- 
kins, Charles L., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Hop- 
kins, C. L., and Warner, assignors.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Mc- 
Clatchie, Stanley, assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Phil- 
lips, Paul D., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Rogers, 
Barrett, assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See 
Sanders, Albert D., jr., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company. (See War- 
ner, Chester E., assignor.) 

Benjamin, George R., Jersey City, N. J., and H. Angel, 
Brooklyn, assignors to The Western Union Telegraph 
Company, New York, N. Y. Cable telegraphy. 
1.579.9W) ; Apr. 6. 

Benjamin, George S., Detroit, Mich. Window mounting. 
1,576,081 ; Mar. 9. 

Benjamin, Henrietta C. (See Benjamin, Alfred W., as- 
signor.) 

Benjamin, Howard W. (See Benjamin, Dana H. and 
H. W.) 

Benjamin & Johnes. (See Brigham, E. P., and Daniels 
assignors.) 

Benjamin & Johnes. (See Roth, Isidor, assignor.) 

Benjamin, Merrill G.. Lakewood, Ohio. Method and ap 
paratus for switching. 1,574,548 ; Feb. 23. 

Benjamin. Merrill G., Lakewood, Ohio. Furnace control. 
1,583.440: May 4. 

Benjamin, Philip, New York, N. Y., B. E. Stoinhardt, 
Jersey City, N. J., and II. Liftln, New York, N. Y 
Waterproof receptacle. Rel6,479 ; Nov. 16. 



Dunsmuir, Calif. 
1,601,466 ; 



mill. 



Golf-ball tee. 



Benjamin, Philip, New York, N. Y., B. E. Steinhardt, 
Jersey City, N. J., and H. Liftin, New York, N. Y. 
Waterproof receptacle. 1,575,524 ; Mar. 2.- 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Attachment 
plug. 1,568,995; Jan. 12. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Current tap. 
1,571,696 ; Feb. 2. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Outlet fitting 
1,573,440; Feb. 16. 

Benjamin. Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecter 
device. 1,587,138 ; June 1. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company Chicago, 111. Hand portable 
electric lamp. 1,594,489: Aug. 3 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company. Chicago, 111. Electrical -fixture- 
supporting device. 1,598.038; Aug. 31. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Electric fix- 
ture. 1,605,159 ; Nov. 2. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., assignor to Benjamin Electric Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Switch. 1,607,272 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., Chicago, 111., and T. H. Harris, 
Dayton, Ohio, assignors to Benjamin Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Outlet fitting. 
1,587,748; June 8. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., Chicago, and C. E. Warner, Ber- 
wyn, assignors to Benjamin Electric Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Pull-switch socket. 1,586,958 ; 
June 1. 

Benjamin, Virginia S., Washington, D. C, assignor of 
one-half to C. L. Hill, District of Columbia. Plaque. 
Des. 70,311 ; June 8. 

Benjamins, Israel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanism for power 
transmission and speed variation in automobiles. 
1,576,624 ; Mar. 16. 

Benkosky, Frank, and W. Van Wormer, 
Brush holder. 1,599,273; Sept. " 

Benna, Angelo, Juneau, Alaska. Ball 
Sept. 28. 

Benneke, Charles F., Chicago, 111. 
1,584,832; May 18. 

Benner, Adam, assignor to Anthracite Separator Company, 
Hazelton, Pa. Spiral separator. 1,582,503 ; Apr. 27. 

Benner, Harry P. (See Egloff, G„ and Benner.) 

Benner, Henry W. (See Kaemmerling, G. H., and Ben 
ner.) 

Benner, John W., Oxford, Fla. Moss-gathering device. 
1,598,514; Aug. 31. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor to The Prest-O- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Composition for 
storage-battery positive electrodes and making same. 
1,572,512; Feb. 9. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor to The Prest-O- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Storage-battery 
separator. 1,573,369 : Feb. 16. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor to The Prest- 
O-Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Storage bat- 
tery. 1,583,648 ; May 4. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor to The Prest-O- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Active-material 
support for storage cells. 1,583,649 ; May 4. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, assignor to The Prest-O- 
Lite Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electric storage 
cell. 1,603,443 ; Oct. 19. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. W. Jones, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. 
Dry cell and making the same. 1.611,153 ; Dec. 21. 

Benner, Raymond C, Bayside, and H. H. Thompson, 
Flushing. N. Y., assignors to The Prest-O-Lite Com- 
pany. Storage battery and expansible active-mate- 
rial support therefor. 1,585.073; May 18. 

Benner, Raymond C. Bayside N. Y., and H. H. Thomp- 
son, Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to National Carbon 
Company, Inc. Thermoplastic composition. 1,591,810; 
Aug. 3. 

Bennet, Jules A. R., Stockholm, Sweden. Device for 
maintaining a constant pressure in containers. 
1,585,181 ; May 18. 

Bennett, Arthur F., Richmond Hill, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone device. 1.570,120; Jan. 19. 

Bennett, Arthur J., Cambridge, Ohio, 
similar article. Des. 69,735 ; Mar. 23. 

Bennett, Arthur J., Cambridge, Ohio. 
Des. 69,736 ; Mar. 23. 

Bennett, Arthur J.. Cambridge, Ohio, 
vase inserts. 1,606,687 ; Nov. 9. 

Bennett, Asher C, San Francisco, Calif, 
hanger. 1.606,288 ; Nov. 9. 

Bennett, Azzel C, assignor to Gifford-Wood Company, 
Hudson, N. Y. Method and apparatus for bending sheet 
metal. 1.601.992; Oct. 5. 

Bennett, Carl K. (See Petschel, William, assignor.) 

Bennett, Charles B., Louisville, Ky. Scouring attach- 
ment. 1,602,742 ; Oct. 12. 



Glass bowl or 
Smoker's tray. 
Making flower- 
Adjustable pipe 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bennett, Charles H., Oakhurst. Brisbane, Queensland, 
Australia. Combined metal hook and lever. 1,573,759 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bennett, Claude W., Whittier, Calif. Tool holder. 
1,601,669 ; Sept. 28. 

Bennett, Edny D.. Mound City, Kans. Folded-paper sup- 
port and guiding attachment for typewriters 
1,587,465 ; June 1. 

Bennett, F. H. Biscuit Company. (See Bennett, Fred 
H., assignor.) 

Bennett, F. H., Biscuit Company, New York, N. Y. Bis- 
cuit. Des. 70,354 ; June 15. 

Bennett. Frank G., Los Angeles, Calif. Vehicle. 
1,603,934; Oct. 19. 

Bennett, Frank B.. Keene, N. H., assignor to Wilcox 
Comb Company, Inc., Keene, N. H. Wind shield or 
deflector. 1,582,240 ; Apr. 27. 

Bennett, George H., New York, N. Y. Glareshield for 
vehicles. 1.595,987: Aug. 17. 

Bennett, George L. (See Harris, W. T., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, George L., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Method of 
and apparatus for making sheet ice. 1,582,158; 
Apr. 27. 

Bennett, George L.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Ice box. 
1,596.865 : Aug. 24. 

Bennett, George L., Cleveland Heights, and H. T. Patton, 
East Cleveland, assignors to The Freezerator Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Thermostatic control valve for iceless 
refrigerators. 1,593,743 ; July 27. 

Bennett, Gilbert A., Columbus, Ohio. Golf-bag support. 
1,596.231 ; Aug. 17. 

Bennett, Harold C, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Utility 
Trailer Manufacturing Company. Steering device for 
vehicles. 1.592,068 ; July 13. 

Bennett, Harry T., G. B. Murphy, and L. G. Story, 
Tulsa, Okla. Product derived from acid sludge and 
making the same. 1.568,261 ; Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Irving T.. assignor to T. E. Murray, Brooklyn. 
N. Y. Protection of metals against corrosion. 
1,578,254; Mar. 30. 

Bennett, John, Newport, England. Ratchet brace. 
1.607.584: Nov. 16. 

Bennett, John C, et al. (See Hauhert, Leo, assignor.) 

Bennett. John L., assignor to U. S. Manufacturing Cor- 
poration. Decatur, 111. Device or implement for killing 
or disabling insects, flies, and the like. 1,571,619 ; 
Feh. 2. 

Benffett, Margaret R., and H. Russell, Gary, Ind. Hygi- 
enic water receptacle. 1,579,591 ; Apr. 6. 

Bennett, Morris H., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Electric furnace. 1,572,634 ; 
Feh. 9. 

Bennett, Orin, assignor of one-fourth to P. Freedette and 
one-fourth to H. M. Armistead, San Francisco, Calif. 
Annunciator. 1,590,720 ; June 29. 

Bennett Pumps Corporation. (See Prescott, Le Roy R.. 
assignor.) 

Bennett, Robert S., Cleveland, Ohio. Cot-holding device 
for invalid carriages. 1,603,309 ; Oct. 19. 

Bennetts, James H., Finchley, London, assignor to Scaf- 
folding (Great Britain) Limited, London, England. 
Device for spacing, strutting, and clamping in position 
shuttering forms for the construction of concrete struc- 
tures. 1,597,424 ; Aug. 24. 

Bennetts, James H., Finchley, London, assignor to Scaf- 
folding (Great Britain) Limited, London, England. 
Mold for molding cementitious materials, such as ce- 
ment or concrete. 1,603,016 ; Oct. 12. 

Bennhold, Walter, Furstenwalde, assignor to Julius 
Pintsch Aktien-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany. Gas 
producer with a revolving grate. 1,581,159 ; Apr. 20. 

Bennie, Harold C, Almena. Kans. Transmission drive 
for Ford speedometers. 1.595.13S : Aug. 10. 

Benning. Clyde P., Oak Park, assignor to Mudge & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Engine-base tightener. 1,593,744 ; 
July 27. 

Benning. Ralph T., Birmingham, Ala. Adjustahle insole. 
1.602.323; Oct. 5. 

Bennington, Albert P.. Philadelphia, Pa. Blackboard 
washer. 1,577,944 ; Mar. 23. 

Bennington, Albert P.. Philadelphia, Pa. Portable black- 
board renovator. 1.582.664 ; Apr. 27. 

Bennington, Albert P., Philadelphia, Pa. Blackboard 
wiper. 1,586.439 ; May 25. 

Bennington, Earl T., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, Wickliffe, 
Ohio. Drop track section. 1,570,035; Jan. 19. 

Bennington, Earl T., Willoughby, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Crane & Engineering Companv, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Current collector. 1,570,933; Jan. 26. 

Bennington, Earl T., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, Wickliffe, 
Ohio. Tramrall switch. 1,570,934 ; Jan. 26. 

Bennington. Earl T., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Cleveland Crane and Engineering Company, Wickliffe, 
Ohio. I-beam monorail. 1.577,162 ; Mar. 16. 

Bennington, Earl T., Willoughby, assignor to The Cleve- 
land Crane and Engineering Company, Wickliffe. Ohio. 
Crane. 1,577,606 ; Mar. 23. 

Bennington. Melvin, Everett, Wash. Mop head. 
1,599.945; Sept. 14. 

Bennington Wax Paper Company. (See Hurlbut, Daniel 
C, assignor.) 



Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Furnace grate. 
1,574,276; Feb. 23. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Compressed-air 
furnace. 1,577,416 ; Mar. 16. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Water-heating and 
steam-generating boiler. 1,580,776 ; Apr. 13. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Water-heating and 
steam-generating boiler. 1,585,528 ; May 18. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Power-producing 
system. 1.58S.568 : June 15. 

Bennis, Alfred W., Bolton, England. Water-heating and 
steam-generating boiler. 1,598,113 ; Aug. 31. 

Bennison, Arnold D. (See Prutzman, P. W., and Ben- 
nison.) 

Benno, Benjamin, Dallas. Tex. Cap. 1.589.737 : June 22. 

Bensa, Felice. (See Sehopfer, Hermann, assignor.) 

Bensa, Felice. (See Zinke, Alois, assignor.) 

Bensa, Felice. (See Zinke, A., and Schoepfer, assignors.) 

Benscheidt, Emil, Tillamook, Oreg. Stump-puller at- 
tachment for tractors. 1,608,357 ; Nov. 23. 

Bensing, L. P. (See Cooper, H. S., and Bensing.) 

Benson, Anthony F., Virginia, Minn. Pocket case. 
1,590,492 ; June 29. 

Benson, August, Chicago, 111. Coating composition. 
1,574,862 : Mar. 2. % 

Benson, Curl G., et al. (See Anderson, Fred P., as- 
signor.) 

Benson, Clarence R. (See Rutter, A. M., and Benson.) 

Benson, Frederick, San Francisco, Calif. Egg beater. 
1,575,090; Mar. 2. 

Benson, Harry F., Holyoke, Mass., assignor to Worthing- 
ton Pump and Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Adjustable shaft mounting. 1,608,158 ; Nov. 23. 

Benson, Lewis N, Wenatchee, Wash. Elevating convever. 
1,502,069 ; July 13. 

Benson, Mark, London, England, assignor to The Cana- 
dian American Finance & Trading Company, Limited, 
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Method of and 
apparatus for desulphurizing and fractionally separat- 
ing petroleum. 1,607.043 ; Nov. 16. 

Benson, Peter J., Worcester, Mass. Spring wheel. 
1,582,626 ; Apr. 27. 

Benson, Robert, Skamokawa, Wash. Game trap. 
1,589,929 ; June 22. 

Benson, Samuel C, Harrisville, assignor of one-fourth to 
J. J. Roby, Cleveland, one-fourth to R. W. Moore, and 
one-fourth to L. S. Moscrip, Adena. Ohio. Electric- 
motor protection. 1.602,743 ; Oct. 12. 

Benson, Samuel C, Harrisville, assignor of one-fourth 
to J. J. Roby, Cleveland, one-fourth to R. W. Moore, 
and one-fourth to L. S. Moscrip, Adena, Ohio. Elec- 
tric motor. 1,602,744 : Oct. 12. 

Benson, Thomas J., Melcher, Iowa. Cushion tire. 
1.610,238 ; Dec. 14.. 

Benson, William A., assignor, by mesne assignments, t« 
Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Service observa- 
tion arrangement for telephone systems. 1,580,398 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bent Brothers, Inc. (See Milburn, Charles P., assignor.) 

Bente, Henry K., Sedalia, Mo., assignor of one-third to 
M. T. Henderson and one-third to E. D. Bosserman 
Fence post. 1,604,561 ; Oct. 26. 

Bentham, Cecil, assignor to Henry Simon Limited. Mac- 
chester, England. Grain-cleaning machine. 1,592.752 ; 
July 13. 

Bentkamp, August, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing 
Artificial Flowers. 1,611,713 ; Dec. 21. 

Bentley, Anson J., Niles, Ohio. Freezing can. 
1,583,112; May 5. 

Bentley, Ernest G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotary internal- 
combustion engine. 1.607.505 ; Nov. 16. 

Bentley, Harry T. (See Michael, Loren P.. assignor.) 

Bentley, Jetson O., Schenectady, N. Y. Oscillograph 
timer. 1,597,174 ; Aug. 24. 

Bentley, John B., Jamestown, N. Y. Fish lure. 
1,600,618; Sept. 21. 

Bentley, Louis L., Beaver Falls, assignor to Armstrong 
Cork Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cork board and the 
manufacture thereof. 1.598,039 ; Aug. 31. 

Bentley, Louis L., Beaver Falls. Pa., assignor to Arm- 
strong Cork Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making arti- 
ficial cork. 1.607,046; Nov. 16. 

Bentley, Louis L., Beaver Falls, and J. W. Sloan, New 
Brighton, assignors to Armstrong Cork Company, Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. Shoe-botton-filling apparatus. 1,570,608 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Bentley, Oliver D. H., Norfolk, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Hyde Park, Mass. Elastic-fluid tur- 
bine. 1,584,915 ; May 18. 

Bentley, Rowland. (See Duck, F. J. G., and Bentley.) 

Bentley, Walter O., and F. T. Burgess, London. England. 
Shaft-driving mechanism. 1,596,332 : Aug. 17. 

Bentley, William P., Dallas, Tex. Treatment of rock 
asphalt. Rel6,301 ; Mar. 30. 

Bentley, William P., Dallas. Tex. Bituminous composi- 
tion and making same. 1,612.411 ; Dec. 28. 

Benton. Donald L., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Ameri- 
can Chain Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Bumper. 
Des. 69.478 ; Feb. 23. 

Benton, Ernest F., Belmar, N. J. Wall tie. 1,605,324; 
Nov. 2. 

Benton, Harry W., Elmira, N. Y. Shield. 1,594,238; 
July 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Benton, Homer W., assignor to Whiting Corporation, 
Harvey, 111. Self-rightyig bucket. 1,573,130 ; Feb. 10. 

Benton & Stone Limited. (See Milner, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Bentz, Charles, St. Marys, Ohio. Hallway safety crossing. 
1.580,777 ; Apr. 13. 

Bentz, Charles, St. Marys, Ohio. Safety crossing. 
1,601,236; Sept. 28. 

Beiuzon, Malcolm, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Machine 
for grinding lenses. 1,575,311 ; Mar. 2. 

Benyon, George A., and J. W. Hanshus, Chicago, 111. 
Physician's unit table. Des. 70,644 ; July 27. 

Benyuu, John T., Chicago, 111. Automobile spotlight. 
1,599,946 ; Sept. 4. 

Benz & Cie. (bee Eltze, Kurt, assignor.) 

Benz, Henry, Newark, N. J., assignor to Meyer & Gross. 
Finger ring. Des. 70,260 ; June 1. 

Benz, Jacob. (See Tiedtke, R., and Benz.) 

Benz, Joseph P. (See Sharpnack, K. S., and Benz.) 

Benza, Felice. (See Zinke, A., and Hanselmayer, as- 
signors.) 

Benzon, George H., jr., Jenkintown, assignor to William 
Sellers & Company, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Driving-wheel lathe. 1,604,962 ; Nov. 2. 

Berbecker & Rowland Manufacturing Company. (See 
Horton, Clement E., assignor.) 

Kerens, Bernlce B. B. (See Horn, M. G.. and Berens.) 

Beres, Rezso, Kobolkut, Czechoslovakia. Airscrew. 
1,612,696 ; Dec. 2S. 

Berg, Albert. (See Rogers, Joel H., assignor.) 

Berg, Andrew, assignor to The Coulter & McKenzie Ma- 
chine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Rotary swaging ma- 
chine. 1,580,949 ; Apr. 13. 

Berg, Elmer. tSee Raney, C. R., and Berg.) 

Berg, Fred, et al. (See Hendrickson, Verner A., assignor.) 

Berg, ilakon A., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for indi- 
cating and recording material level in blast furnaces 
or the like. 1,611,407 ; Dec. 21. 

Berg, Hans, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to The Bruns- 
wick-Balke-Collender Company, Chicago, 111. Game 
table. Des. 71,262 ; Oct. 19. 

Berg, John, assignor to Metal Specialties Mfg. Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Electric connecter. 1,580,639 ; Apr. 13. 

Berg, John, assignor to Metal Specialties Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecter. 

1,586,506; May 25. 

Berg, John, assignor to Metal Specialties Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Visor. 1,586,507 ; May 25. 

Berg, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Bookbinding. 1,578,799; 
Mar. 30. 

Berg, Olaf, St. Paul, Minn. Oarlock. 1,577,417 ; Mar. 
16. 

Berg, Olav, Paterson, and M. Imhoff, Clifton, N. J. 
Weighting libers and the product thereof. 1,579,628; 
Apr. 6. 

Berg, Peter O. (See Johnson, I. G., and Berg.) 

Berg, Robert B.. New Smyrna, Fla. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,594,654 ; Aug. 3. 

Berg, William, et al. (See Djuberg, Adolph F., as- 
signor, i 

Bergrlal, Eyvind, Anchorage, Alaska. Filing system for 
phonograph records. 1.590,148; June 22. 

Berge, David, Trondhjem, Norway. Profilograph. 
1.570.54S ; Jan. 19. 

Berge, Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Magnet mechanism for magnetic speed- 
ometers. 1,568,040 ; Jan. 5. 

Berge, .Joseph, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company. 
Flint, Mich. Odometer and speedometer mechanism. 
1,605 576 ; Nov. 2. 

Berge, Joseph, Flint, assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Instrument mounting. 1,006,984; 
Nov. 10. 

Berge, Joseph, Montclnir. N. J., assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Steer- 
ing-wheel drive for vehicle-carried mechanism. 
1,605,500 ; Nov. 2. 

Bergenia nn, Rudolf C, Milnor, N. Dak. Chicken nest. 
1,595,S 1". ; Aug. 10. 

Bergen, Harry S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Pivot bearing. 1,569,608; Jan. 12. 

Bergen, Harry S., assignor to Toledo Scale Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Weighing scale. 1,569,609; Jan. 12. 

Bergen, Wiliiam V., llillsboro, Oreg. Pin holder. 
1,581,422 ; Apr. 20. 

Berger. Abraham L., Steubenville, Ohio. Safety razor. 
L.000,922 : Sept. 21. 

Berger, Alfred A. R.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Surgical instru- 
ment. 1,606,497 : Nov. 9. 

Berger. Allied A. It.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Surgical instru 
nie„l. 1,606,498 ; Nov. 9. 

Berger, Bruno A., assignor to Berger Specialty Manufac 
turing Company, Inc., Richmond, Va. Tilting frame 
1, .",80,098 ; Apr. 0. 

Berger, Bruno A., assignor to Berger Specialty Mann 
facturing Company, Inc.. Richmond, Va. Reel 
1.583.808; May 11. 

Berger, Charles, assignor to David Lupton's Sons Com 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Pivoted sash mounting 
1,584,970; May 18. 

Berger, christian, New York. N. Y., assignor to F. L, 
Sawyer, Evanston, 111. Mechanism for depositing 
coins or other objects. 1,568,711 ; Jan. 5. 



Berger Device Mfg. Co. (See Berger, Frank P., as- 
signor.) 
Berger, Eugene F. (See Jenkins, J. D., and Berger.) 
Berger, Firm Alwin. (See Hanff, Max, assignor.) 
Berger, Frank P., assignor to Berger Device Mfg. Co., 

Chicago, 111. Riveting machine. 1,611,876; Dec. 28. 
Berger. Harry, Rockaway .oeach, N. Y. Door-control ap- 
paratus. 1,594,700 ; Aug. 3. 
Berger, John, and J. C. Luce, Toledo, Ohio. Pasting 

machine. 1,602,S07 ; Oct. 12. 
Berger, John D. (See McGowan, Robert B., assignor.) 
Berger, Knute, Seattle, Wash. Pressure-regulating 

valve. 1,593,648 ; July 27. 
Berger, Louis A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to W. J. Ryan, Indianapolis, Ind., doing business 

as Ryber Manufacturing Company. Wall construction. 

1,603,895 ; Oct. 19. 
Berger, Matthew R., Philadelphia, Pa. Gutter-hanger 

circle. 1,577,163; Mar. 16. 
Berger, Nathan I., assignor to Sandow Tool Co., U. S. A., 

New York, N. Y. Plate for lighting fixtures. Des. 

69,481; Feb. 23. 
Berger, Nathan I., assignor to Sandow Tool Co., D. S. A., 

New York. N. Y. Plate for lighting fixtures. Des. 

69,482; Feb. 23. 
Berger, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Toy. Des. 69,559 ; 

Mar. 2. 
Berger, Samuel, Newark, N. J. Toy. Des. 71,450 ; 

Nov. 9. 
Berger, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Toy. Des. 70,497 ; 

July 6. 
Berger, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Toy. Des. 70,025 ; 

July 13. 
Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Statuette. Des. 

70.871; Aug. 24. 
Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Statuette. Des. 

71,043 ; Sept. 14. 
Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Mechanical toy. 

1,595,701 ; Aug. 10. 
Berger, Samuel I.. Newark, N. J. Brake for toy motors. 

1,595,702; Aug. 10. 
Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Mechanical figure toy. 

1,607,231 ; Nov. 16. 
Berger, Simon, New York, N. Y. Artificial flower. 

1,580,399 ; Apr. 13. 
Berger Specialty Manufacturing Company. (See Berger. 

Bruno A., assignor.) 
Berger, Walter E., Duvall, Ohio. Apparatus for husking 

corn. 1,600,212 ; Sept. 21. 
Berger, William L., St. Paul, Minn. Container. 

1,597,757 ; Aug. 31. 
Bergere, Emerick W., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to F. 

Howard, New York, N. Y. Slide projector. 1,573,030 ; 

Feb. 16. 
Bergere, Harry B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Radio loud-speaker 

frame. Des. 71,355; Nov. 2. 
Bergh, Arthur. (See Ballou, George F., assignor.) 
Bergh. Herman N., St. Paul, Minn. Game apparatus. 

1,611,506; Dec. 21. 
Bergh, Martha, Los Angeles, Calif. Exercising device. 

1,011,807; Dec. 21. 
Bergius, Friedrich, Berlin, Germany. Treating carbon 

and carbon compounds under heat and pressure. 

1,592,772 ; July 13. 
Bergius, Friedrich, Heidelberg, Germany. Hydrogenating 

and cracking hydrocarbons, carbonaceous matters, and 

the like. 1,607,939 ; Nov. 23. 
Bergling, Swen, and K. Anderson, assignors to Reliable 

Hoist Company, Chicago, 111. Hoist. 1,609,599; Dec. 7. 
Bergling Swen, and K. Anderson, assignors to Reliable 

Hoist Company, Chicago, 111. Hoist. 1,609.600 ; Dec. 7. 
Berglund, Charles II., Worcester, Mass. Dish drainer. 

1,596,073; Aug. 17. 
Berglund, Edward S., Djursholm, Sweden. Converting 

zinc powder into fluid zinc. 1,608,358; Nov. 23. 
Berglund, Otto R. P., Stockholm, Sweden. Reciprocating 

engine having an oscillating piston rod. 1,610,239 ; 

Dee. 14. 
Berglund, Sven O. F. A. Son, Berlin. Germany, assignor 

to Aktiebolaget Filmfotofon, Stockholm, Sweden. 

System for recording accoustic and other oscillations. 

1.582.374 ; Apr. 27. 
Bergman, Axel W. (See Agar, J. V., Karlsson, and 

Bergman.) 
Bergman, Gustavo A., Los Angeles, Calif. Scraper for 

ranges. 1,610,352; Dec. 14. 
Bergman, John. Dos Moines, Iowa. Safety mail box. 

1.595.2S4 ; Aug. 10. 
Bergman, Lars H., assignor to Raymond Bros. Engineer- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for pulverizing and 

feeding fuel to furnaces. 1, SOS, 945 ; Jan. 5. 
Bergman, Otto M., Rochester, N. Y. Flying machine. 

1,601,670 ; Sept. 28. 
Bergman Process Paper Mills. (See Bergman, Simon, 

assignor.) 
Bergman Process Paper Mills, Inc. (See Jonsson, Sixten 

I., assignor.) 
Bergman, Simon, assignor to Bergman Process Pape^ 

Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Printing. 1,601,491 ; 

Sept. 28. 
Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Alternator field. 1,581,828 ; 

Apr. 20. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Bergtuann, Christian N., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Packard Eiectrie Company, Warren, Ohio. Switch- 
actuating mechanism. 1.573,904 : l-'eb. 23. 

Bergmann. Christian N., assignor to Bergmann Packaging 
Machine Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. "Wrapping mer- 
chandise. 1.608,159 ; Nov. 23. 

Bergmann Harold W., Chicago, 111. Vehicle wheel-rim 
fastener. 1.609.108 ; Nov. 30. 

Bergmann, Karl, Wernigerode, Germany. Film pack. 
1.607.044; Nov. 16. 

Bergincnn. Max. E. Immendorfer, and A. ImmenJorfer, 
nee Goodson, Dresden. Germany. Removing the hair 
from green hides. 1.599.35S ; Sept. 7. 

Bergmann Packaging Machine Company. (See Bergmann, 
Christian N., assignor.) 

Bergner, John C, Lansdowne, assignor to The Barber 
Asphalt Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Device for fasten- 
ing roofing shingles. 1.582,018 ; Apr. 20. 

Bergquist, Edward. New York, N. Y. Pen-filling mech- 
anism. 1.607.048 : Nov. 16. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding Box 
Company, Middletown, Ohio. Making adhesive joints 
and the like. 1,574,018 ; Feb. 23. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding Box 
Company, Middletown, Ohio. Paper-box-makicg ma- 
chine. 1,574,019 ; Feb. 23. 

Bergstein, Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding 
Box Company, Midddletown, Ohio. Paper folding car- 
ton and the like. 1,580,366; Apr. 13. 

Bergstein. Samuel, assignor to The Interstate Folding 
Box Company, Middletown, Ohio. Paper folding box 
and the like. 1.599,983 ; Sept. 14. 

Bergstein, Samuel, and W. C. Miller, assignors to The 
interstate Folding Box Company, Middletown, Ohio. 
Paper box and the like. 1,577,556 ; Mar. 23. 

Bergstrom, Carl G. G., St. Paul, Minn. Attachment for 
motor-vehicle transmissions. 1,579.064 : Mar. 30. 

Bergstrom, Carl O., assignor to B. F. Sturtevant Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Dvnamo-electric machine. 
1,568,262 : .Tan. 5. 

Bergstrom, Gosta. (See Sjolander, A. K., and Bergstrom.) 

Bergstrom. Johan E., Dresden, Germany, assignor to G. 
Stahle, Stockholm. Sweden. Feeding device for ma- 
chine tools. 1,585,823 ; May 25. 

Bergstrom, Johan E., Dresden, Germany, assignor to G. 
Stahle, Stockholm, Sweden. Machine for producing ob- 
jects with milled grooves. 1.585.S24 ; May 25. 

Bergstrom, John F. O., Ange, and B. J. Brunz^ll, Arbra, 
Sweden. Apparatus for retaining parcels or the like 
on vehicles. 1,569.699 ; Jan. 12. 

Bergter, Friedrich, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to General Electric Com- 
pany, Schenectady, N. Y. Converting the energy taken 
from high-tension continuous-current supply mains into 
alternating current. 1,589.350 ; June 22. 

Jerigan, Leroy G., assignor to French Battery Company, 
Madison, Wis. Dry cell and manufacture. 1,608,196 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Berill. Carroll H., Buffalo, N. Y.. assignor to Berill Mfg. 
Company. Inc. Measuring instrument. 1,592,621 ; 
July 13. 

Berill Mfg. Company. (See Berill. Carroll H„ assignor.) 

Beringer. Roscoe, assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit. Mich. Latch. 1,601,790: Oct. 5. 

Beringer, Sol. Bronxville, N. Y. Auto attachment 
1.576,265 ; Mar. 9. 

Berkeley, Laurence J.. Youngstown, Ohio. Spike ma- 
chine. 1,582,895 ; May 4. 

Berkey, Dwight L. (See Griffin. M. C, and Berkey.) 

Berkins, Clarence A., Minneapolis, Minn. Hydrocarbon 
burner. 1.590,669 ; June 29. 

Berkley, Richard H., Plainville. Mass., assignor to Whit- 
ing & Davis Company. Machine for making link mesh. 
1,570.197 ; Jan. 19. 

Berkley. Richard H., Plainville, Mass., assignor to 
Whiting and Davis Company. Machine for making 
staples for mesh fabric. 1,570,198 : Jan. 19. 

Berkmann, Boris, Chicago, 111. Surgical instrument. 
1.577,054: Mar. 16. 

Berkowitz. Ben, New York. N. Y. Combined ash tray and 
card holder. Des. 71,489 ; Nov. 16. 

Berkowitz, Ben, New York, N. Y. Combined menu and 
match-box holder. Des. 71.658 : Dec. 21. 

Berkowitz, Benjamin, Philadelphia, Pa. Apron. 
1.579.629: Apr. 6. 

Berkowitz, Leon L.. Philadelphia, Pa. Lamp shade and 
making same. 1.583,568 ; May 4. 

Berkowitz. Max. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Hand-bag con- 
struction. 1.587.891 ; June 8. 

Berkowitz. Max, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Round hand bag. 
1,587,339; Aug. 24. 

Berkshire, Melvin, assignor of one-half to J. S. Barnett, 
A. Zimmer, and V. C. Stocker, Newcomerstown, Ohio. 
Pump. 1,577,102 ; Mar. 16. 

Berlin-Chapman Company. (See Chapman, Frank D., 
assignor.) 

Berlin, David W., assignor to Aktiebolaget Ferrolegerin- 
gar, Stockholm, Sweden. Producing ferrochromium 
and other ferroalloys. 1.593,157 ; Julv 20. 

Berlin-Karlsruher Industrie-Werke A. G. (See Schall, 
Josef, assignor.) 

Berlin-Karlsruher Industriewerke A.-G. (See Selbel, 
Fritz, assignor.) 



Berliner, Emile, Washington, D. C. Auditorium wail ana 
the like. 1,573,475 ; Feb. 16. 

Berliner, Henry A., Washington, D. C. Helicopter. 
1,570,121 ; Jan. 19. 

Berlinger, Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wedding ring. Des. 
70,209 ; May 25. 

Berlow, Elias, East Orange, N. J. Radio apparatus. 
1,610,919 ; Dec. 14. 

Cerlow, Harry, New York, N. Y. Brush or mop holder. 
1.598.549 ; Aug. 31. 

Berman, Jacob, Revere, Mass. Collapsible platform 
scaffold ladder. 1,588.295 ; June 8. 

Btrwai.. Jacob, New York, N. Y. Luggage carrier. 
1,000.307 ; Sept. -1. 

Berman, Joseph. (See Metzgar, Harold C, assignor.) 

Berman, Louis. Detroit, Mich. Belt. 1,606,688 : Nov. 9. 

Berman, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Holder for donres. 
globes, and like objects. 1.608.485 ; Nov. 30. 

iierines, John W., Chicago, 111. Automobile awning. 
1,000.270: Sept. 21. 

Bermond, Lester W., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Swift & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Bacon hanger. 1,572,178 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bernabe\ Fernando S., Malaski, P. I. Combination cane 
and gun. 1.569,700: Jan. 12. 

Bernal, Pedro, Honolulu, Hawaii. Spark plug. 1,612.091 ; 
Dec. 2S. 

Bernard, Edwin L.. and H. F. Eeynaud. New Iberia, La. 
Safety coupled drilling joint. 1,610.414 ; Dec. 14. 

Bernard, Frank J., Portland, Oreg. Piumb bob. 
1.090,410 ; June 29. 

3ernard, Harold B., assignor to Sinclair Oil and Gas 
Company, Tulsa, Okla. Gasoline-recoverv apparatus. 
1.5S4,504 ; May 11. 

Bernard, Harry M., Braddock. Pa. Fabric-measuring ap- 
paratus. 1,609,049; Nov. 30. 

Bernard, James L., Beaver, Pa. Steam trap. 1,573,131 ; 
Feb. 10. 

Bernard, Lon A., Houston, Tex. Shade-roller-operating 
mechanism. 1,568,203 ; Jan. 5. 

Bernard, William A., assignor to The William Schollhorn 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Hand tool. 1,604,6(5; 
Oct. 26. 

Bernardy, John W.. Beardsley, Minn. Toboggan slide. 
1,594,444; Aug. 3. 

Bernau, Frederick W., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Ellis 
Adding Typewriter Company, Newark, N. J. Signal- 
printing lm cnanism. 1.599.634 : Sept. 14. 

Bernau, Frederick W., Hillside, assignor to Ellis Adding- 
Typewriter Company, Newark, N. J. Electric drive 
for calculating machines. 1,601,102 ; Sept. 28. 

Bernd, Jules R., sr., Jackson Heights. N. Y. Refrigerat- 
ing coil. 1.5S0.000 ; Apr. 6. 

Berndt, Richard F., assignor to Automatic Printing De- 
vices Company. San Francisco, Calif. Machine for 
producing raised printing. 1.5S4.164 ; May 11. 

Berndt, Richard F., and P. Collischocn. jr.. assignors to 
Automatic Printing Devices Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Automatic embossing machine. l,5S4,lGi> ; 
May 11. 

Bernegau. Carl M., assignor to Keuffel and Esser Com- 
pany, Hoboken, N. J. 'Transit. 1.571,697 ; Feb. 2. 

Bernet. John J., Cleveland, Ohio. Locomotive terminal 
and method of salvaging fire. 1.56S.542 ; Jan. 5. 

Bernhard. Fred, New York, N. Y. Soldering iron. 
1,589,738: June 22. 

Bernhard. Morris, New York. N. Y. Hanger: 1,604,963 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bernhard, Morris, New York, N. Y. Hanger. 1.607,045 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bernhard, Morris, assignor to Morris Bernhard Co.. New 
York, N. Y. Adjustable ornament for drapery tie backs. 
1,581,909 ; Apr. 20. 

Bernhard, Morris, Co. (See Bernhard, Morris, assignor.) 

Bernhard, Richard. (See Haas, J. S., and Bernhard.) 

Bernhard, Richard. Allentown, Pa., assignor to B. A. 
Mitchell, Tompkiasville. Staten Island, N. Y. Gyra- 
tory crusher. 1.584,697 ; May 11. 

Bernhardt. Joseph F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Spring-holding 
device for automobiles. 1.608.576 ; Nov. 30. 

Bernhardt, Max E. (See Holtzman, John, assignor.) 

Bernhardt, Sanford R., Los Angeles. Calif. Belt or belt- 
strap turner. 1.600.7S9 : Sept. 21. 

Bernhart Mercantile Company. (See Skinner, E. R., 
Renne, and Ostermeyer, assignors.) 

Bernheimer, Alex. (See Bocchino, De Cesare. and Bern- 
heiiner. 

Bernier, Ernest, assignor of one-half to .T. B. Charette, 
Detroit, Mich. Ticket holder. 1.574.752 ; Mar. 2. 

Bernier, John E., New Bedford. Mass. Blackboard- 
eraser cleaner. 1.597.572 ; Aug. 24. 

Bernmann, Carl. (See Topliff, G. W., and Bornmann.) 

Bernstein, Celia, New York, N. Y. Mop shaker. 
1.575.733 : Mar. 9. 

Bernstein, Isaac H., New York. N. Y. Chart for and 
method of laying patterns. 1.612,349; Dec. 28. 

Bernstein, Jacob. (See Neuwirth, H., and Bernstein.* 

Bernstein, Louis, Chicago, 111. Sleeve cuff. 1.609,2S6 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Bernstein, William, New York, N. Y. Headgear. 
1,569.112; Jan. 12. 

Berold, Frederick II., Cincinnati. Ohio. Tobacco-leaf- 
steninTing machine. 1,571,537; Feb. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED- FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bei - ray, Kenneth E. (See Merritt, L. G., Berray, and 
Stanley.) 

Berray, Kenneth E., and R. W. Stanley, assignors to 
Merritt Manufacturing Co., Lockport, N. Y. Progres- 
sive plate drying machine. 1,598,191 ; Aug. 31. 

Berrenberg, Keinold, Boston, Mass. High-vacua pump. 
1,582.960 ; May 4. 

Berrenberg, Reinold, Boston, Mass. High-vacua pump. 
1,582,9G1 ; May 4. 

Berrien, Andrew J., assignor of one-half to Pierce-Roberts 
Rubber Co., Trenton, N. J. Battery filler. 1,595,540 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Berrill, Roland P., London, England. Meridian watch or 

clock. 1,581,910 : Apr. 20. 
'erry, Bert C, Altadena, assignor to Berry Corn Server 
Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Corn server. 1,579,911 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Berry, Bert C, Long Beach, Calif, assignor to Berry 
Shocker Incorporated, Wilmington, Del. Shocker. 
1.580.501; May 25. 

Berry, Charles H., Mansfield, Ohio. Ball cock. 1,612,350 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Berry, Clarence H., Islip, assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Selector 
switch. 1,601.058 ; Sept. 28. 

Berry Corn Server, Inc. (See Berry, Bert C, assignor.) 

Berry, Earl E (See Morns, G.. and Berry.) 

Berry, Earl E., Beloit, Wis. Suction roll for paper- 
making machines. 1,602.875 ; Oct. 12. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Adjustable apron board. 1,579,204 ; Apr. 6. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Friction drive for driers. 1,582,665 ; Apr. 27. 

Berry, Earl E., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Beloit Iron 
Works. Breast-roll transfer mechanism for Fourdrinier 
paper-making machines. 1,599,402 ; Sept. 14. 

Berry, Earl E., and H. N. Ross, assignors to Beloit Iron 
Works, Beloit, Wis. Apparatus for removing con- 
densate from revolving driers. 1,575,249 ; Mar. 2. 

Berry, Edward F., London, England, assignor to Stokes 
and Smith Company, Camden. N. J. Mechanism for 
registering or controlling paper sheets, blanks, or the 
like in printing machines. 1,609,601 : Dec. 7. 

Berry, Edward R., Maiden, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Quartz working. 1,581,829 ; Apr. 20. 

Berry, Edwin D., Palmerston North, New Zealand. 
Cooler for cream and other liquids. 1.598,040 ; Aug. 31. 

Berry, Prank, Yakima, Wash. Tent frame. 1,588,391 ; 
June 8. 

Berry, George H., Shelton, assignor to International Sil- 
ver Company, Meriden, Conn. Beverage mixer or simi- 
lar article. Des. 71.001 ; Sept. 7. 

Berry, George H., Shelton, assignor to International Sil- 
ver Company, Meriden, Conn. Cigarette set or similar 
article. Des. 71,356 ; Nov. 2. 

Berry, George W. (See Rhodes, C. J., and Berry.) 

Berry, George W„ Wolfeboro, N. H. Tire-rim tool. 
1,593,894; July 27. 

Berry, George W., Leeds, assignor of one-half to C. J. 
Rhodes, Wakefield, England. ' Machine for closing or 
sealing receptacles. 1.610,734 : Dec. 14. 

Berry, Harold R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Constructive conver- 
sion of hydrocarbons. 1,571,994 ; Feb. 9. 

Berry, Harold R., Brooklyn, assignor to The Dynamics 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Heat treat- 
ment of hydrocarbons. 1,569,532 ; Jan. 12. 

Berry, Harry, Clyde, Tex. Motor support. 1,604,378 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Berry, Henry, and Company Limited. (See Bull, George, 
assignor.) 

Berry. Henry R., et al. (See Primm, Joseph P., as- 
signor.) 

Berry, Herbert H., London, England. Electric fire. 
1,572,836; Feb. 9. 

Berry, Herbert H., London, England. Imitation fire. 
1,586,597; June 1. 

Berry Herbert IL, London, England. Electric fire. 
1,608.764 ; Nov. 30. 

Berry, Ilirarn N., assignor of one-third to H. A. Gamble, 
Greenville, Miss. Cotton picker. 1,599.313 ; Sept. 7. 

Berry, Hiram N., assignor of one-half to II. A. Gamble, 
Greenville, Miss. Cotton picker. 1,610.240; Dec. 14. 

Berry Joel H., Norfolk, Va. Fluid-pressure regulation. 
1,582,890; May 4. 

Berry, John M., deceased. Albany, N. Y. ; The National 
Commercial Bank and Trust Company of Albany, ex- 
ecutor. Portable X-ray viewing box. 1,591,957 : 
July 13. 

Berry, Lee E., Chicago, III. Garter. 1,584,833; May 18 
Berry, Louis .1., Worcester, Mass. Motor-Cycle seal 

1,592.651 : July 13. 
Berry, Reni S. (See Ilibbard, L. R., and Berry.) 
Berry, Reni S. (See Wilson, J. R., Mattock, and Berrv.) 
Berry, Robert C. Indianapolis, [nd., assignor of two- 
thlnls to W. S. Pollen, Hillsdale, Mich., and A. T. 
Potter, Indianapolis Ind. Clutch and speed-control 
mechanism. 1,596,709; Aug. 17. 
Berry Shocker Incorporated. (See Berrv, Bert C, as- 
signor.) 
Berry, William. (See Macadam, J., and Berry.) 
Berry, William. Wilmington, assignor to Joseph Rancroft 
& Sons Co., Rockford. Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for 
cutting textile fabrics. 1592.805- Julv 18 



Berry, William O., Caro, Mich. Eyebeam hanger. 
1,580,578; Apr. 13. 

Berryhill, James G. (See Reed, Charles J., assignor.) 

Berseth, Harald K. (See Berseth, H. K., and Hammer.) 

Berskow, Thomas, Elbow Lake, Minn. Side-draft device. 
1,592,652; July 13. 

Berson, Elias, New York, N. Y. Metail stairway con- 
struction. 1,593,418 ; July 20. 

Bersted, Alfred and M., Chicago, 111. Waffle iron or 
similar article. Des. 70,526 ; July 13. 

Bersted, Martin. (See Bersted, Alfred and M.) 

Bersted, Martin C, Chicago, 111. Grease gun. 1,578,951 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bertanyi, Leslie. (See Sellinger, J. J., and Bertanyi.) 

Berts', Jean, Inc. (See Chambers, B. C, Knierim, and 
Messing, assignors.) 

Bertele, Ludwig, Dresden, Germany. Photographic lens. 
1,584,271 ; May 11. 

Bertele, Ludwig, Dresden, Germany. Photographic lens. 
1,584,272; May 11. 

Bertels, Arnold S. (See MacDougall, H. W., and Bertels.) 

Bertels, Arnold S., Tenafly, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Battery-control system. 1,581,160 ; Apr. 20. 

Bertels, Arnold S., Tenafly, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Testing device for telephone-exchange systems. 
1,593,380 ; July 20. 

Bertels, Arnold S., Tenafly, N. J., and E. F. Trapp, 
Valley Stream, assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Automatic testing 
system for automatic telephone switches. 1,575,312 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bertelsen, Leonard W., jr., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Armstrong Cork Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making 
artificial cork. 1.607,047 ; Nov. 16. 

Berthelemy, Pierre, and H. de Mouthy. Taris, France. 
Manufacturing aluminum alloy. 1,599,869 ; Sppt. 14. 

Berthelsen, Anders L., Chicago, 111. Interchangeable hair 
waver and drier. 1,591.207 ; July 6. 

Berthon, Marcel G., Pratt City. Ala. Milling jig. 
1,59S,703; Sept. 7. 

Berthon, Rodolphe, assignor to Socigte' du Film, K. D. B., 
Paris, France. Photographic film for color photog- 
raphy. 1.600.923: Sept. 21. 

Bertinetti, Giovanni, Turin, Italy. Printing plate for 
duplicating machines. 1,601,287 ; Sept. 28. 

Bertini, Ralph, assignor to R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co., 
Wallingford, Conn. Tray. Des. 70.818 : Aug. 17. 

Bertles, W. B., & Son Co. (See Coughlin, James M., as- 
signor.) 

Bertolet, Elmer C, assignor to George K. Hale Mfg. Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Dyeing bone and the product thereof. 
1,594,490 ; Aug. 3. 

Bertolone, Hector, assignor to Corbett and Bertolone, New 
York, N. Y. Watch band or similar article. Des. 
70,872; Aug. 24. 

Bertolotto, Luigi, Genoa, Italy. Annunciator for auto- 
mobiles. 1,602.998 : Oct. 12. 

Bertolucci, Antonio P., Sacramento, Calif. Tile roofing. 
1.596.515; Aug. 17. 

Bertorello. John J. (See Burch, R. L., Bertorello, and 
Newfarmer.) 

Bertram, Louis H. (See Grover, A. D., and Bertram.) 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. Machine for use in making shoes. 
1.568,045: Jan. 5. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Fas- 
tener remover. 1,611,154 ; Dec. 21. 

Bertron, Ernest, Brussels, Belgium. Telephonic and 
radiotelephonic message or audition bv means of fluid 
resistances. 1.568.046; Jan. 5. 

Bertsehe, Edwin, Rockville, Conn. Universal joint. 
1,579,630; Apr. 6. 

Bertsehe, Fred T., et a~>. (See McGee, Eugene II., as- 
signor.) 

Bertschinger, Charles F., Jamaica, N. Y., assignor of three- 
fourths to Tide Water Oil Company. Bayonne, N. J. 
Sealing underground tanks. 1,604,874: Oct. 20. 

Bertschy, George Z., assignor to J. W. O'Neill, Oakland, 
Calif. Combination pushing and pulling Jack. 
1.577.055 ; Mar. 16. 

Rerubee", Arthur E.. St. Thomas, Ontario. Canada. Com- 
bined collar button and cravat-retaining device. 
1. (',10,993; Dec. 14. 

Berwick, Frederick W. (See Hodson, James E., assignor.) 

Beschnitt, Albert, Berlin, Germany, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit interrupter, 1,581,830 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Beshears, Clarence J., Memphis, Tenn., assignor of one- 
half to H. C. Agnew, Washington, D. C. Automatic 
means for indicating the condition of air-brake mech- 
anism on trains. 1,568,041 ; Jan. 5. 

Resse, Carl H., et al. (See Bowers, Arlan L., assignor.) 

Besse, Carl H., Tulsa, Okla., assignor of one-third to F. 
M. Mahan and one-third to E. McCarty. Derrick. 
1,579,854 : Apr. 6. 

Besse, Carl H., Tulsa. Okla., assignor of one-third to F. 
M. Mahan and one-third to E. McCarty. Derrick brace. 
l.. r )91,077 ; July 6. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



61 



Bessie. Frank E., Los Angeles, Calif. Handle or grip. 
1,583,270; May 4. 

Bessler, Frank B. Akron, Onio. Stairway. 1,594,055 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bessolo, William L., Clearwater, Calif. Wrench. 
1,585,825; May 25. 

Bessolo, William L., Clearwater, Calif. Safety tie for 
tongs. 1,587,892 ; June 8. 

Bessolo, William L., Clearwater, Calif. Tongs. 1,011,808 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Best, Alice. (See Hudson, Virgil L., assignor.) 

Best, Allen R. (See Carter, T. C, and Best.) 

Best & Co. (See Dumont, Ray W., assignor.) 

Best, Clarence L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Caterpillar Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. Power 
transmission for vehicles. 1,584,425 ; May 11. 

Best, Clarence L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Caterpillar Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. Making 
track rollers. 1,597.340 ; Aug. 24. 

Best, Clarence L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Caterpillar Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. Track- 
laying tractor. 1,607.940 ; Nov. 23. 

Best, Frank E., Seattle, Wash. Gear-shifting device. 
1,585,364; May 18. 

Best, Frank E., Seattle, Wash. Compression brake. 
1,588,569 ; June 15. 

Best, Frank E., Seattle, Wash. Extension cylinder lock. 
1.609.050 ; Nov. 30. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Mortise lock. 1,568,441 ; Jan. 5. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Manually-releasable snap-latch-lock core-hold- 
ing device. 1,575,091 ; Mar. 2. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Lock face. 1,575,092 ; Mar. 2. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 

Wash. Stop means for locks. 1.576,943 ; Mar. 16. 
.Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Record preserving removable core lock. 
1,579,631 ; Apr. 6. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Padlock. 1,579,632 ; Apr. 6. 

Best, Frank E., assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Lock. 1,591,010; July 6. 

Best, Frank E.. assignor to Frank E. Best, Inc., Seattle, 
Wash. Lock. 1,599,314 ; Sept. 7. 

Best, Frank E., Inc. (See Best, Frank E., assignor.) 

Best, Frank E., Inc. (See Moritz, H. K., and Harp, 
assignors.) 

Best, Frank E., Inc. (See Richards, William D., as- 
signor.) 

Best, Fred H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Electrical measur- 
ing apparatus. 1,568,996 ; Jan. 12. 

Best, John E. (See Burns, G. J., and Best.) 

Best, Leigh. (See Long, A. R., and Clarkson, assignors.) 

Best, Norman A. (See Hoy, J. E., and Best.) 

Besta, Adalbert, Duisburg, Germany. Apparatus for car- 
bonizing bituminous fuels. 1.571,927 ; Feb. 9. 

Besten, Gerrit D., Holland, Mich. Movable hitch con- 
nection. 1,606,499 ; Nov. 9. 

Beswick, David. (See Hohmann, R. K., and Beswick.) 

Beswick, William, Saco, Me., assignor to Saco-Lowell 
Shops, Boston, Mass. Spinning and twister frame. 
1,608,295; Nov. 23. 

Beswicke, Charles L., assignor to Modern Sign Com- 
pany, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Display sign. 1,583,912 ; 
May 11. 
Betcke, Walter. (See Mattus, J., and Betcke.) 

Betes, Vicente, Venado Tuerto, Argentina. Ground- 
cleaning rake. 1,570,820; Jan. 26. 

Beth. Evert W., The Hague, Netherlands. Process and 
device for regenerating water of aquaria. 1,574,783 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bethel, Albert R., and J. H. Williams, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Glass feeder. 1.582,725 ; Apr. 27. 

Bethel, Claude, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Flexible 
gear. 1,602,298; Oct. 5. 

Bethel, Claude, Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Railway 
motor mounting. 1,602.299 ; Oct. 5. 

Bethel, Joseph N., Worcester, assignor to Bethel-Player 
Co., Westboro, Mass. Lapping machine. 1,582,207 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bethel, Joseph N., Worcester, assignor to Bethel-Player 
Co., Westboro, Mass. Lapping machine. 1,610,232 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bethel-Player Co. (See Bethel, Joseph N., assignor.) 

Bethel-Player Co. (See Indge, Herbert S., assignor.) 

Bethel-Player Co. (See Player, Sydney, assignor.) 

Bethel-Player Co. (See Van Keuren, Harold L., as- 
signor.) 

Bethenod, Joseph, Paris, assignor to Societe Alsacienne 
de Constructions Mecaniques, Mulhouse, France. Elec- 
tric-arc welding or cutting process. 1,610,920; Dec. 14. 

Bethlehem Fabricators, Inc. (See Smith, Reeves P., 

assignor.) 
Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. (See Christof- 
ferson, Christoffer, assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Burns, Timothy, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Entwisle, Edward F„ 
assignor.) 



(See Fischer, L. G., and 
(See Froelich, Clarence H., 
(See Froelich, C. H., and 



Bethlehem Steel Company. 
Hilpert, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company, 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. 
Miller, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hilpert, Meier G., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Hummel, Howard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Julstedt, Clas J., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kichline, Frank O., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Kinney, James A., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Lachman, Laurence S., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Lehr, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Madden, James P., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See McGrew, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Miller, Louis G., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Miller, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Mixsell, Leighton N. D., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Powell, John P., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Schenck, Charles, as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Schulz, Paul A., as- 
signor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Spigelmire, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Underwood, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See Van Essen, Pieter D., 
assignor.) 

Bethlehem Steel Company. (See West, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 

Betke, Michael, Denver, Colo. Automatic rail-joint fas- 
tening. 1,573.132 ; Feb. 16. 

Betke, Michael, Denver, Colo. Automatic rail-joint fas- 
tening. 1,589,098 ; June 15. 

Betker, Edward T., Kansas City, Mo. Vehicle wheel. 
1.595,816; Aug. 10. 

Betlem, Gerard C. (See Armbruster, F. W., jr., and 
Bet! em.) 

Bettcher Stamping & Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Bump, Spencer M., assignor.) 

Bettendorf Company, The. (See Reck, P. W., and Vetter, 
assignors.) 

Bettendorf, Joseph W., Bettendorf, Iowa. Brake hanger. 
1,591,503; July 6. 

Bettendorf, Joseph W., Bettendorf, Iowa. Brake hanger. 
1,591,504; July 6. 

Bettendorf, Joseph W., Bettendorf, Iowa. Brake hanger. 
1,591,505; July 6. 

Bettermann, Carl, Hagen, assignor to Krupp-Patent 
Platten-Gussform-Vertrieb. G. m. b. H., Hagen in West- 
phalia, Germany. Mold for producing molded stone 
slabs. 1.579,065 ; Mar. 30. 

Betterton, Jesse O.. Omaha, Nebr., assignor to American 

' Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Re- 
covery of zinc as sulphate from dross. 1,605,640 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Betterton, Jesse O.. Omaha, Nebr., assignor to American 
Smelting and Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Re- 
covering metal. 1,605,641 ; Nov. 2. 

Bettes, Fred M., assignor to Erie Citv Iron Works, Erie, 
Pa. Drill holder. 1,571,620 ; Feb. 2. 

Bettes, George W., Sparta, Mich. Road marker. 
1,594,591 ; Aug. 3. 

Bettinardi, Anton, Jersey City Heights, N. J. Ironing 
table. 1,571,698 ; Feb. 2. 

Bettincourt, Antone M. (See Teixeria, John B., as- 
signor.) 

Bettini, Gianni, New York, N. Y. Golf practice device. 
1.597,307; Aug. 24. 

Bettis, William I., Los Angeles, and L. H. Perry, Gar- 
dena, Calif. ; said Perry assignor to said Bettis. Well- 
casing protector. 1,573,031 ; Feb. 16. 

Betts, Anson G., Kinderhook, N. Y. Ceramic and re- 
fractory-making process and material. 1,585,826 ; 
May 25. 

Betts, Anson G., Kinderhook, N. Y. Refractory and 
ceramic process and material. 1.585,827 ; May 25. 

Betts. Anson G., Kinderhook, N. Y. Chemical process. 
1,598,672 ; Sept. 7. 

Betts, Arthur L., and A. B. Fey, Cincinnati, Ohio, as- 
signors to A. Davis, jr., Covington, Ky. Bucket box. 
1,579,633 ; Apr. 6. 

Betts, Edward D. (See Betts, Helen and E. D.) 

Betts, George M. (See Butler, Henry E., assignor.) 

Betts, George M., assignor of one-half to H. E. Butler, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Combination receptacle. 1,607,863 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Betts, Helen and E. D., Passaic, N. J. Dispensing de- 
vice. 1,572,837 ; Feb. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Betts, James H., Coscob, Conn., assignor to James H. 
Betts, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Socket-plug 
switch. 1.607,049 ; Nov. 16. 

Betts, James H., Incorporated. (See Betts, James H., 
assignor.) 

Betts, John H. (See Curtis, Henry E., assignor.) 

Betts, Walter L., Brooklyn, assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electric 
switch. 1,587.139 ; June 1. 

Betz. William G.. assignor to Straube Piano Co., Ham- 
mond, Ind. String plate tor grand pianos. 1,574.863 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Betzell, William F., Washington, D. C. "Vehicle wheel. 
1.476,895; Mar. 16. 

Betzler. Charles E., St. Louis, Mo. Circuit closer. 
1.583,113 : May 5. 

Beuglcr. Edwin F., assignor to E. & B. Holmes Machinery 
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Adjustable support for barrels and 
the like. 1,578,184 ; Mar. 23. 

Beuirler, Edwin F., assignor to E. & B. Holmes Ma- 
chinery Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for making bar- 
rels. 1,611.577 ; Doc. 21. 

Beulan, Sarkis H. (See Sumbulian, Sarkis II.) 

Beulke, Gordon W., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Standard 
Conveyor Company. Live-roller conveyor. 1.576,7 10 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Beulke, Gordon W., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Standard 
Conveyor Company. Conveyer roller. 1,580,367 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Beusa, Felice. (See Zinke, A. and Pongratz, assignors.) 

Beusch, Willi, assignor to Landis & Gyr S. A., Zug, 
Switzerland. Measuring device, in the connecting line 
between two electric power stations working in paral- 
lel. 1,585,326; May 18. 

Beuthien, Carl. (See Jones, Everett R., assignor.) 

Eevan, Albert E. (See McDonald, C. R., and Bevan.) 

Bevan, James N., Hartford, Conn. Game. 1,595,285 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Beveridge, James B., Richmond. Va. Process and appa- 
ratus for filtering wood pulp. 1.603,507; Oct. 19. 

Beverly, Frank, Killeen, Tex. Automobile power-take-off 
device. 1.598,114; Aug. 61. 

Beverly. Frank, Killeen, Tex. Power-operated saw. 
1,602.097 : Oct. 5. 

Beverly, Frank M., Columbus, Ohio. Barbecuing device. 
1.612,252 ; Dec. 28. 

Bevier. Hutchinson L., Duluth, Minn. Archer's bow. 
1.608,765; Nov. 30. 

Bevins, Ira J., Chicago, 111. Cleaning automotive power 
plants. 1,584,505; May 11. 

Bexten, Henry E. (See Churchill. F. A., and Bexten.) 

Beyea, Frank H., assignor to J. R. Gammeter, Akron, 
Ohio. Process and machine for shaping wire. 1,570,036 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Beyea, Frank H., assignor to J. R. Gammeter, Akron, 
Ohio. Machine for the manufacture of bead cables or 
grommets. 1.570,821 ; Jan. 26. 

Beyea, John E. (See Harris, T. L., and Beyea.) 

Beyer, Albin H., New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus 
for measuring kinetic energy. 1.573,133 ; Feb. 16. 

Beyer, Herbert G., assignor to Rae-Lite Manufacturing 
Co., Baltimore, Md. Parking lamp. 1,579,855 ; Apr. 6. 

Beyer, Jacob L., assignor to O. J. Bruun, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. Applicator cap for collapsible tubes. 
1,592.753 : July 13. 

Beyer, Otto S.. assignor to E. W. Bliss Company, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Drawing press. 1.570.199: Jan. 19. 

Beyer, Otto S., assignor to E. W. Bliss Compauv, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Drawing press. 1.574,465 : Feb. 23. 

Beyer, Otto S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to E. W. 
Bliss Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Radiator. 1,599,510: 
Sept. 14. 

Beyer. Otto S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to E. W. 
Bliss Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for cutting sheets. 1.603,265 ; Oct. 19. 

Beyerle, William N., Mesa, Ariz. Ore-grinding mill. 
1.573.032; Feb. 16. 

Beynon, John T„ Chicago, 111. Automobile spotlight. 
1,599,940 : Sept. 14. 

Beynon, Rees, assignor to Dryden Rubber Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Manufacture of rubber window-glass chan- 
nels. 1,581.777 ; Apr. 20. 

Bezarlc, Joseph, assignor to Marshall Field & Company. 
Chicago. 111. Combined sand box and play table, 
lies. 71.041: Sept. 14. 

Bezkorowajnyj, Zachary, Lyons, N. Y. Spring-gripping 
device. 1,588.471 ; June 15. 

Bozzant. Reginald, London, England. Puzzle. 1,597,260: 
Aug. 24. 

Bezzenberger. Fred K., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, as- 
signor to The Fulton Company, Kuoxville, Tenn. Ma- 
chine for making bellows. 1.000.750; Sept. 21. 

Bhopal Produce Trust Limited, The. (See Fraymouth, 
William A., assignor.) 

Bhosys, Charles w., New York. N. Y. Apparatus for 
making photographic reproductions. 1.600,709 ; 

Sept. 21. 

Blanchi, Frank, assignor to Sehwarzenlinch Ilubrr Co., 
Union City. N. J. Stripper guide. 1.603,186; Oct. 12. 

Blanchi, Louis, Redding, Calif. Siphon. 1,573,291 : 
Feb. 16 

Blason, Sergio M.. Snntn Barbara, P. I. Fountain pen anil 
attachment. 1,608,359; Nov. 23. 



Bibb, William C, Louisa, Va. Check book. 1,568,128; 
Jan. 5. 

Bibby, Reginald. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Washing 
machine. 1,580,640 ; Apr. 13. 

Bibby, Thomas D., assignor to Commercial Fixture Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Collapsible lid for soda foun- 
tains and the like. 1,577,679 ; Mar. 23. 

Bibo, Valentin, Los Angeles, Calif. Foldable baby car- 
riage. 1,576,501 ; Mar. 16. 

Bibra, Charles, Woodhaven, assignor to The Empire Tin- 
ware Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pail-cover-attaching device. 
1.002.902 ; Oct. 12. 

Bickford, Eugene F. (See Bemus, T. A., Bickford, aud 
Coffin.) 

Bickle, William C, and B. Williams, Chicago, 111. 
Clothes drier. 1,605.089 : Nov. 2. 

Bickley, Everett H., Upper Darby, Pa. Double-swing-door- 
operating device. 1,579,751 ; Apr. 6. 

Bickmore. William T., Watsonville, Calif. Spring lifter. 
1,600,965 ; Sept. 28. 

Bicknell, John E., and F. C. II. Miiller. assignors to 
Findlay Electric Porcelain Company, Findlay, Ohio. 
Machine for plastic-clay working. 1.599,274: Sept. 7. 

Bicknell, Robert H., Westminster, London, England. Ex- 
cavating apparatus. 1,580.001 ; Apr. 6. 

Bidaud, Florentin, Rhone, assignor to Societe Chimique 
des Usines du Rhone, Paris, France. Producing ar- 
senate of lime. 1,591,958: July 13. 

Biddle, Arthur, Trenton, N. J., assignor to United Prod- 
ucts Corporation of America. Caoutchouc composition. 
Rel6.476 ; Nov. 16. , 

Biddle, Arthur, Trenton, N. J., assignor to United Prod- 
ucts Corporation of America. Caoutchouc composition. 
Rel6,477 ; Nov. 16. 

Biddle, Arthur. Trenton, N. J., assignor to United Prod- 
ucts Corporation of America. Treating caoutchouc 
latex. 1,607,585 ; Nov. 16. 

Biddle. Earl O.. Wyoming, Ohio. Window guard. 
1.591,078; July 6. 

Biddle, George L.. Bunnell, Fla. Tractor attachment. 
1 611.507: Dec. 21. 

Biddle, Jacob S., Leavenworth, Kans. Gas-tank-locking 
device. 1.5S2.627 : Apr. 27. 

Birlin. Peter, Powell River, British Columbia, Canada. 
Brake for two-wheel hand trucks. 1,609,6S5 : Dec. 7. 

Bidle. W. S., Company, The. (See Bidle, William S., 
assignor.) 

Bidle, William S., assignor to The W. S. Bidle Company, 

Cleveland. Ohio. Rivet set. 1,583,770; May 11. 
Bidwell, George L., Riegelsville, Pa., assignor to The 

Warren Manufacturing Company, Riegelsville, N. J. 

Machine for working paper stock. 1.583.771; May 11. 
Bidwell, William T., Miami, Fla. Apparatus for molding 

septic tanks. 1,579.634; Apr. 6. 
Bie, Christian, Brooklyn, N. Y. Door construction. 

1,570.427; Jan. 19. 
Bieder, Herman, Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp holder. 

1.573.218; Feb. 16. 
Biederman, Charles H. and F. W.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Reduction gear. 1,592,714 ; July 13. 
Biederman, Fred W. (See Biederman, Charles H. and 

F. W.* 
Biedinger, Vera, et al. (See Tull, W. C, and Bristol, 

assignors.) 
Biel, Edward J., New York, N. Y., assignor to Progres- 
sive Musical Instrument Corporation. Radiostand. 

Dps. 71.659 : Dec. 21. 
Bieleckl, Stanislawa M.. New York, N. Y. Optical de- 
vice. 1.593,419 ; July 20. 
Bielfeldt, Henry. (See Whiteside, Robert E.. assignor.) 
Bienenstok, Edgar A., assignor to Milwaukee Tank Works, 

Milwaukee, Wis. Grease distributor. 1.591,604; 

July 0. 
Bienz, Charles. Geneva, Switzerland. Valve-controlling 

device. 1,605 501 : Nov. 2. 
Bierbaum, Christopher H., Buffalo, assignor to American 

Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y. 

Attachment for microscopes. 1.5S5.27S : May 18. 
Bierig. Jacob J., Isabella, Okla. Orthopedic device. 

1. 585.828; May 25. 
Blerly, Albert S., Chicago, 111. Skate. 1,533,114 ; 

May 4. 
Blerly, Albert S.. Chicago, 111. Propulsive-spring foot 

support. 1.587,749 : June 8. 
Bierman, Harry C. aud A. J. Bastian, Wilkinsliurg. Pa., 

assignors to Westingbouse Electric and Manufacturing 

Company, Gear blank. 1,599,550: Sept. 14. 
Biermnn. William, Pittsburgh, Pa. Side bearing. 

1.580.641 : Apr. 13. 
Bierman, William, New York, N. Y. Method of and 

menus for treating animal tissue to coagulate the 

same. 1,586.645; June 1. 
Blermanns, Josef, Karlshorst, Germany, assignor to Gon- 

er.il Electric Company. Protective system. 1.573,623; 

Feb. 10 
Blermanns, Josef, Karlshorst, Germany, assignor to Gen- 

era! Electric Company. Protective system. 1,573,624; 

Feb. 10. 
Blermanns, Josef, Karlshorst. Germany, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Transformer. 1,603,058; 

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63 



Biermanns, Josef, and O. Mayr, Karlshorst, Germany, 
assignors to General Electric Company. Protective 
system. 1.573,622; Feb. 16. 

Biernat, Carl, Glasford, 111. Combination swing and bed. 
1,603,578: Oct. 19. 

Biersdorf, Matthew F., Los Angeles, Calif. Cloth-cut- 
ting machine. 1,585,012 ; May 18. 

Biesel, William T., New York, N. Y.. assignor to Joseph 
Dixon Crucible Company, Jersey City, N. J. Pencil- 
display box. 1,591,412 ; July 6. 

Bieser, Carl W., assignor to The Gruen National Watch 
Case Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Watchcase and mak- 
ing same. 1,573.134 ; Feb. 16. 

Bieshar, Henry W., Oskaloosa, Iowa. Tire-inflating de- 
vice. 1,574,549 ; Feb. 23. 

Biette, Inc. (See Biette, Maxime, assignor.) 

Biette, Maxime, Nantes, France, assignor to Biette, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Display box for soaps. Des. 70,049 ; 
May 4. 

BLIpx Products Company. (See Ericson, Willard E., 
assignor.) 

Biflex Products Company. (See Grotenhuis. William J, 
assignor.) 

Bigelow-Bruno Manufacturing Company. (See Bruno, 
Carl O., assignor.) 

Bigelow Company, The. (See Barnum, S. H., and Soren, 
assignors.) 

Bigelow Company, The. (See Barnum, S. H., and Welter, 
assignors.) 

Bigelow. Frank B., Detroit, Mich. Furnace-arch con- 
struction. 1,612,412 ; Dec. 28. 

Bigelow, Gerret A., Piedmont, Calif. Sliding window for 
automobiles. 1.601,843 ; Oct. 5. 

Bigelow. Lucy S., Kansas City, Mo. Toy valise. 
1.609,899 ; Dec. 7. 

Bigelow, Marjorie H., administratrix. (See Haines, 
George B.) 

Biggers, Blaine, et al. (See Biggers, Lee P., assignor.) 

Biggers, Lee P., Palmersville, assignor of sixteen per cent 
to H. Buckley, Martin, Tenn., sixteen per cent to B. 
Biggers, St. Louis, Mo., and sixteen per cent to E. 
McAuliff, East St. Louis, 111. Plow. 1,569,962; 
Jan. 19. 

Biggert, Florence. C, jr., assignor to United Engineering 
and Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Roll-adjusting 
mechanism for rolling mills. 1,576.266 : Mar. 9. 

Biggert, Florence C., jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering and Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Screw down for rolling mills. 1,578.255 ; Mar. 30. 

Biggert, Florence C, jr., Crafton, and L. Johnson, as- 
signors to United Engineering and Foundry Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Keel. 1,603.017 ; Oct. 12. 

Biggs, Robert H., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. 
Garter. 1,587,211; June 1. 

Biggs, Thomas A., Sioux City, Iowa. Oil burner. 

1.597.044 ; Aug. 24. 

Biggs, Thomas A., Sioux City, Iowa. Oil burner. 

1.597.045 ; Aug. 24. 

Bigler. Frank R., Kansas City, Mo. Packing. 1,593,009 ; 
July 20. 

Bigler, Frederick A., Chippewa Falls, Wis. Cover for auto- 
mobile trunks. 1,598,954 ; Sept. 7. 

Bigoney, Thomas W., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe heel. 
1,602,324; Oct. 5. 

Bigum, Hans J. J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Rotary cool- 
ing drum. 1.583,333 ; May 4. 

Bihl, William E., assignor to Iron Mountain Co., Chicago, 
111. Pressure-controlling mechanism. 1,611,263 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bijnr, Joseph, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eclipse 

Machine Company. New York, N. Y. Engine-starting 

apparatus. 1,605,090; Nov. 2. 
Biles, Alfred F., Portland, Oreg. Manufacture of wooden 

panel doors. 1,568,395 ; Jan. 5. 
Bilger. Orris, and F. W. Schultz, Wichita, Kans. Steam 

engine. 1.599.275 ; Sept. 7. 
Bilger, Samuel B., Buckingham, assignor of one-half to 

J. D. Burkholder, Lancaster, Pa. Combined truck and 

piano loader and carrier. 1,608,160; Nov. 23. 
Bilgere, George A., St. Louis, Mo. Steering-wheel lock. 

1,610.735 ; Dec. 14. 
Bilgery, Constantin, and A. Reutlinger, Frankfort-on-the 

Main, Germany. Wooden tool handle. 1,569,533 ; 

Jan. 12. 
Bilhorn, Peter P., Chicago, 111. Portable organ. 

1,577,680 ; Mar. 23. 
Bilhorn, Peter P., Chicago, 111. Folding organ. 1,589,618 ; 

June 22. 
Bille\ Leon, Nogent-sur-Marne, France. Joint for pipes 

and the like. 1,608,197 ; Nov. 23. 
Billet. Barney, New York, N. Y. Book cover. 1,589,458 : 

June 22. 

Bilibimer, Prank M. (See Moss, C. M., and Billhimer.) 
Billhimer. Frank M. (See Smith, H. W.. and Billhimtr.) 
Billig, Fred W., Jackson, Mich. Vacuum feed tank. 

1.593,562 ; July 27. 
Billingham. Henry, Seattle, Wash. Boiler cleaner. 

1.589.099 ; June 15. 
Billings, Edna P., Vineyard Haven, Mass. Hat. 

1,610,241 ; Dec. 14. 
Billings, Frank. (See Greenleaf, Robert P., assignor.) 



gate. 



Billings, Frederick J., Whitestone, N. Y., assignor to 

E. Leitz.. Inc. Blood-transfusions apparatus. 1,599,741 ; 

Sept. 14. 
Billings & Spencer Company, The. (See Talcott, Morton 

C, assignor.) 
Billingsley, Arthur E., Hadleigh, England. Warning de- 
vice for use with electrically-controlled machinery. 

1.588,087 ; June 8. 
Billingsley, David, Orient, Pa. Trousers protector. 

1,586,235; May 25. 
Billins, Walter, Viola, Ark. Combined tractor and power 

plant. 1,574,S64 ; Mar. 2. 
Billows, Arthur J., London, England. Machine for filling 

and sealing bottles. 1,568,129 ; Jan. 5. 
Bills, Daniel W. (See Schuchert, William F, assignor.) 
Billups, Alonzo, Grenada, Miss. Railroad-crossing gat 

1,604,014 ; Oct. 19. 
Bilsky, Jacob, assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 

111. Stencil sheet. 1594,766; Aug. 3. 
Bilsky, Jacob, assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago. 

111. Stencil sheet and producing the same. 1,597,425 ; 

Aug. 24. 
Bilsky, Jacob, assignor to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 

111. Stencil sheet. 1,597,426; Aug. 24. 
Bilstein, Louis C, West Orange, N. J., assignor to United 

States Radium Corporation. Luminous compound. 

1.594.491 : Aug. 3. 
Bilton, Louis, East Liverpool, assignor to The Owen 
-China Company, Minerva, Ohio. Plate or similar 

article. Des. 71,126 ; Sept. 28. 
Bilyeu, Isaac V., Springfield, 111. Form for concrete 

steps. 1,586.440; May 25. 
Binder, John, New Hyde Park, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to New Process Cork Company, Inc., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. Machine for manufacturing bottle closures. 

1.580.642 ; Apr. 13. 

Binder, John, New Hyde Park, N. Y„ assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to New Process Cork Co. Inc., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Machine for making cork articles. 1,605,905 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Binder, Louis, Newark, N. J. Cardboard box. 1,572,125 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Binder, Oscar C, New York, N. Y. Necktie container. 

1.580.643 ; Apr. 13. 

Binder, William H., Pasadena, Calif. Treating salt solu- 
tions. 1,594,707; Aug. 3. 

Bindschedler, Emile. (See Braunlich, Friedrich, as- 
signor.) 

Bindschedler, Emile, Lansdowne, Ta., and G. Juer, Hope- 
well, Va., assignors to Tubize Artificial Silk Company 
of America. Manufacturing artificial silk and other 
products from nitrocellulose. 1,584,005 ; May 11. 

Bindseil, Herman A. W., New York, N. Y. Holder for 
safety-razor blades. 1,607,602 ; Nov. 23. 

Bing, Julius, assignor to Magnet-Werk G. m. b. H. Eise- 
nach, Spezialfabrik fur Elektromagnet-Apparate, Eise- 
nach, Thuringia, Germany. Gradually closing magnetic 
clutches. 1,601,791 ; Oct. 5. 

Bing-Werke. (See Schwarzenhauer, Waldemar, assignor.) 

Bing-Werke, vorm. Gebr. Bing A.-G. (See Reischl, Lud- 
wig, assignor.) 

Bingaman, Benjamin F., Los Angeles, Calif. Hose cou- 
pling. 1,584,353 ; May 11. 

Bingaman, John R., West Reading, Pa. Seat cover. 
1,603,896 ; Oct. 19. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Oil-cooled transformer. 

1,583,383; May 4. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Transformer Company. Transformer tank. 
1,583,384 ; May 4. 

Bingay, Robert V., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Transformer Company. Electric connecter. 1,604,111 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Bingay, Robert V.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Transformer Company. Transformer tank. 
1.606.335 ; Nov. 9. 

Binger, Arnold, assignor to Benjamin & Edward J. Gross 
Co. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Jewelry-display device. 
Des. 71.236 : Oct. 12. 

Binger, Nickolaus, Pittsburgh, Pa. Plane. 1,585,365 ; 
May 18. 

Bingham, Jeremiah, assignor to The American National 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Sheet-metal-working machine. 
1.572.376; Feb. 9. 

Bingham, Jeremiah, assignor to The Bingham Stampin^ 
& Tool Company, Toledo, Ohio. Bearing assembly. 

1.612.169 ; Dec. 28. 

Bingham, Jeremiah, assignor to The Bingham Stamping 
& Tool Company, Toledo, Ohio. Wheel construction. 

1.612.170 ; Dec. 28. 

Bingham. Jeremiah, assignor to The Bingham Stamping & 
Tool Company, Toledo, Ohio. Hub construction fo v 
disk wheels or the like. 1,612,171 ; Dec. 28. 

Bingham, Jeremiah, assignor to The Bingham Stamping 
& Tool Company, Toledo, Ohio. Wheel-hub construc- 
tion. 1,612,172 ; Dec. 28. 

Bingham, Sidney H., and A. C. Le Maire, New York, 
N. Y. Portable street-crossing bridge. 1,593,999 ; 
July 27. 

Bingham Stamping & Tool Company, The. (See Bingham. 
Jeremiah, assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FltOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bingham, William A., Cleveland, Ohio. Window latch. 

1,578,3SG ; Mar. 30. 
Binkele, Hilmar E., Los Angeles, Calif. Condiment 

holder. 1,602.745 ; Oct. 12. 
Binkes Spray Equipment Co. (See Hersleb, William, 

assignor.) 
Binkovitz, Reuben, New York, N. Y. Mattress ticking. 

Des. 70,050 ; May 4. 
Binkovitz, Reuben, New York, N. Y. Mattress ticking. 

Des. 70,051: May 4. 
Binkovitz, Reuben, New York, N. Y. Mattress ticking. 

Des. 70,092 ; May 11. 
Binkovitz, Reuben, New York, N. Y. Mattress ticking. 

Des. 70,093 ; May 11. 
Binkovitz, Reuben, New York, N. Y. Mattress ticking. 

Des. 70,094 ; May 11. 
Binks, Harry D., Oak Park, 111. Pressure tank. 1,596,710 ; 

Aug. 17. 
Binks Spray Equipment Company. (See Bartling, How- 
ard G., assignor.) 
Binns, Edward H. (See Binns, Ralph H., assignor.) 
Binns, Edward H., et al. (See Binns, R. H., and De 

Hart, assignors.) 
Binns, Edward H., et al. (See De Hart, William A., 

assignor.) 
Binns, Edward H. and R. H., Pittsburgh, Pa., and 

W. A. De Hart, Teaneck, N. J. ; said De Hart as- 
signor to said Edward H. Binns and said R. H. 

Binns, Pittsburgh, Pa. Flexible closure. 1,585,644 ; 

May 25. 
Binns, George W., Cincinnati, and W. D. Archea, Nor- 
wood, assignors to The Cincinnati Milling Machine 

Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grinding machine. 

1,589.043; June 15. 
Binns, John E., assignor of one-half to O. E. Bell, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. Combined signal and license-plate holder 

for vehicles. 1,577,557 ; Mar. 23. 
Binns, Ralph H. (See Binns, Edward H. and R. H„ 

and De Hart.) 
Binns, Ralph H., et al. (See Binns, R. H., and De Hart, 

assignors.) 
Binns, Ralph H., et al. (See De Hart, William A., 

assignor.) 
Binns, Ralph H., assignor of one-half to E. H. Binne, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Flexible closure. 1,585,645 ; May 25. 
Binns, Ralph H., Pittsburgh, Pa., and W. A. De Hart, 

Teaneck, N. J., assignors to E. H. and R. H. Binns, 

Pittsburgh. Pa. Flexible closure. 1,607,603 ; Nov. 23. 
Binocular Stereoscopic Film Company. (See Fairall, 

Harry K., assignor.) 
Bintz, Wesley, Lansing, Mich. Bathing pool. 1,572,463 ; 

Feb. 9. 
Birch, James S., Chicago, 111. Joist support. 1,578,256 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Birch, Leland W., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 

Mansfield, Ohio. Overhead trolley system. 1,5S9,619 ; 

June 22. 
Birchall, William, Ashbourne, Pa. Centrifugal separator. 

1,572,419 ; Feb. 9. 
Birchall, William, Ashbourne, Pa. Centrifugal separator. 

1,572,420; Feb. 9. 
Birchard, Pliny T. (See Brattain, Paul A., assignor.) 
Birchy, Roy O. (See Pillars, H. A.. Bircliy, and Borden.) 
Birckner, Victor. (See Paine, H. S., Walton, and Birek- 

ner.) 
Bird, Charles S., Walpole, assignor to Bird and Son, 

Inc., East Walpole, Mass. Floor covering. 1,611,330 ; 

Dec. 21. 
Bird, Edward S., and F. B. Cocltburn, assignors to The 

Lodge & Shipley Machine Tool Company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Lathe. 1,600,650 ; Sept. 21. 
Bird, Frank, Hamilton, New Zealand. Means for opening 

and closing windows. 1,582,504 ; Apr. 27. 
Bird, Frank I., Berwyn, and H. K. Harwick, assignors 

to The Baldwin Locomotive Works. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Locomotive-cylinder structure. 1,589,930 ; June 22. 
Bird, Fred J., Nevada County, near Donner, Calif. Saw- 

flling clamp. 1,594,811 ; Aug. 3. 
Bird, Fred .1., Donner, Calif. Extensible side brace for 

stepladders. 1,610,596; Dec. 14. 
Bird, George H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spool. 1,578,257 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Bird. James B., Vancouver, Wash. Liquid-fuel burner. 

1,572.838; Feb. 9. 
Bird, John, Camden, Me. Composition for removing 

carbon deposits. Rel6,350 ; May 11. 
Bird, John, Camden, Me. Carbon-removing attachment 

for Internal-combustion engines. Rel6,425 : Sept. 21. 
Bird, Richard A., Detroit, Mich. Bottle stopper and 

producing the same. 1,606,395 ; Nov. 9. 
Bird & Sou. Inc. (See Lines, E. M., and Maguirc, as- 
signors.) 
Bird and Sons, Inc. (See Bird, Charles S., assignor.) 
Blrdsall, Albert L. (See Keeler, I. S.. and Blrdsall.) 
Blrdsall, Ida, Manasquan. N. .1. Educational device. 

1,605 697 : Nov. 2. 
Blrdsall, James 10. (See Varnum, A. C, and Birdsa,ll.) 
Blrdsall, John M., Toms River, N. J. Revolving (heater 

seat chair. 1.606,919 : Nov. 16. 
BIrdsboro Steel Foundry & Machine Company. (See Laus- 

sucq, Henri P. L., assignor.) 
Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company. (See 

Peterson, Edward T., assignor.) 



Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester. Mass. Preparing foods 
and the product obtained thereby. 1,608,832 ; Nov. 30, 

Bireley, Frank W., Los Angeles, Calif. Beverage bottle. 
Des. 70,261 ; June 1. 

Birge, M. H., & Sons Co. (See Sides, Edward B., as- 
signor.) 

Birk, John, assignor to The Willys-Overland Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Window lift. 1,595,499 ; Aug. 10. 

Birkenhauer, Carl, Barmen, Germany. Single-thread lace- 
braiding machine. 1,573,625 ; Feb. 16. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, W. A. Heinrich, and J. B. Tres- 
cott, assignors, by mesne assignments, to W. N. Mat- 
thews Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Method of and ap- 
paratus for applying coatings. 1,608,833 ; Nov. 30. 

Birkigt, Mare, Bois Colombes, France. Apparatus for 
distributing liquids by rotary spindles. 1,590,073 ; 
June 22. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Braking device. 
1,592,710 ; July 13. 

Birkin and Company. (See Birkin, C. W., and Sands, 
assignors.) 

Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, Broadway, Notting- 
ham, assignors to Birkin and Company, Nottingham, 
England. Lace. Des. 69,483 ; Feb. 23. 

Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, Broadway, Notting- 
ham, assignors to Birkin and Company, Nottingham, 
England. Lace. Des. 69.484 ; Feb. 23. 

Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sands, assignors to Birkin 
and Company, Broadway, Nottingham, England. Lace. 
Des. 70,937; Aug. 31. 

Birkin, Charles W., and E. T. Sand's, assignors to Birkin 
and Company, Broadway, Nottingham, England. Lace. 
Des. 71,451 ; Nov. 9. 

Birmingham, Raymond A., Buena Vista, assignor of one- 
half to G. F. Baker, Lexington, Va. Roll-holding at- 
tachment. 1,571,786 ; Feb. 2. 

Birnhaum, Charles. (See Eliasoff, A. L., and Birnbaum.) 

Birnberg, Zingel C, Youngstown, Ohio. Game counter. 
1,579,276; Apr. 6. 

Birnkammer, Paul. (See Debs, S. G., Birnkammer, and 
Ibens.) 

Birnstock, William W., assignor to York Milk Machinery 
Company, York, Pa. Bottle crate. 1,602,325 ; Oct. 5. 

Biro, John, New York, N. Y. Metal former. 1,584,971 ; 
May 18. 

Biro. Ladislaus, Newark, N. J. Surgical instrument. 
1,583.271; May 4. 

Biron, Louis T., M. Weyenberg and A. C. Wolters, Ap- 
pleton, Wis. Gasoline gauge. 1,607,506 ; Nov. 16. 

Birrell, Andrew K. (See Barndt, H. J., and Birrell.) 

Birrer, Alfred, Burney, Calif. Reversible plow. 
1,608,198 ; Nov. 23. 

Birt, Rodger A., Beloit, assignor of one-half to L. L. 
Ensign, Sylvan Grove, Kans. Clothes drainer. 
1,588,296 ; June 8. 

Birtch, Fred E. (See Morley, J. P., and Birtch.) 

Birtch, Fred W., assignor to Bastian-Morley Co., La 
Porte, Ind. Hot-water heater. 1,585,366 ; May 18. 

Birtch, Fred W., assignor to Bastian-Morley Co., La Porte, 
Ind. Hot-water heater. 1,597,008 ; Aug. 24. 

Birtciel, John A., Tulsa, Okla., assignor of one-half to 
Tidal Oil Company. Pumping jack. 1,578,387 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Birtman Electric Company. (See Wiehle, Edward W., 
assignor.) 

Birum, Herbert L., sr., Great Falls, Mont. Floral frame. 
1,594,592; Aug. 3. 

Bisaillon, George N., Fall River, Mass. Display device. 
1,611,155 ; Dec. 21. 

Bisbee, Frank J., Noble, Pa. Filter press. 1,589.834; 
June 22. 

Bisbee, Frederick C. (See Green, I. W., and Bisbee.) 

Bisbee, Walter G., and B. P. Hoffman, Bristow. Okla. 
Fluid-expansion rubber to be used on swabs, agitators, 
and packers, for oil wells. 1,584,718 ; May 18. 

Biseh, John, Denver, Colo. Heating and ventilating 
system. 1,596,143 ; Aug. 17. 

Bisch, Louis E., Asheville, N. C. Automobile side cur- 
tain. 1,577,164; Mar. 16. 

Bisch, Louis E., New York, N. Y. Garter. 1,589,677 ; 
June 22. 

Bischof, TJlrich, assignor to Gebr. Staubli, Horgen, Swit- 
zerland. Feeding mechanism for book-sewing machines. 
1,569,909 : Jan. 19. 

Bischof, Ulrich, Horgen, Switzerland, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Smyth Manufacturing Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Thread-stitching machine. 1,592,174 ; 
July 13 

Blsel, Wilbur S., and G. Baudry, Atchison, Kans. Resili- 
ent tire. 1,585,074 ; May 18. 

Bisey, Sunker A., New York, N. Y. Typographical cast- 
ing machine. 1,568,047 ; Jan. 5. 

Bishop, Alvah J., assignor of one-half to W. W. Steeves, 
Lincoln. Me. Deflector for headlights. 1,600,271 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Bishop and Babcock Company, The. (See Palm, John 
V. O.) 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Zimmerman, William R., assignor.) 

Bishop, Charles E., Springfield Township, Summit County, 
Ohio. Toy. 1,599.947 : Sept. 14. 

Bishop, Clarence. New Florence, Mo. Weeder for culti- 
vators. 1,575,093 ; Mar. 2. 



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Bishop, Earl H., Butler, Fa. End connecter for chains. 
1,588,002 ; June 8. 

Bishop, Edward B.. Washington, D. C. Shock absorber. 
1,609,900 ; Dec. 7. 

Bishop, Edward R. (See Buchenau, J. C, and Bishop.) 

Bishop, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Lawn edger. 
1,588,094; June 15. 

Bishop, Frank, Los Angeles, Calif. Weeder and cultiva- 
tor. 1,611, 50S ; Dec. 21. 

Bishop, Franklin L. (See Bishop, Mabel R. and F. L.) 

Bishop, Frederic L., assignor to Window Glass Machine 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and apparatus for 
annealing and cooling sheet glass. 1,570,822 ; Jan. 26. 

Bishop, Frederic L., assignor to Window Class Machine 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and apparatus for 
annealing and cooling sheet glass. 1,573,033 ; Feb. 16. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Pocket in auto- 
mobile tops. 1,568,712 ; Jan. 5. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile enclo- 
sure. 1,569,254 ; Jan. 12. 

Bishop, George E., Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile door 
handle. 1,583,385; May 4. 

Bishop, George H., Archbald, Pa. Shingle. 1,594,040 ; 
July 27. 

Bishop, Jacob W., Washington, Iowa. Ventilator. 
1,575,144 ; Mar. 2. 

Bishop, James A., Denver. Colo. Desulphuring unsatu- 
rate and waste oils and their conversion into saturate 
hydrocarbons. 1.010,242 ; Dec. 14. 

Bishop, John F., Wallasey, England. Grain, fibrous, and 
other material purifying machine. 1,597,261 ; Aug. 24. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Bowling-alley ball return. 1,570.549 ; Jan. 19. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Bowling-alley ball return. 1,570,550 ; Jan. 19. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Bowling-alley ball return. 1,570,551 ; Jan. 19. 

Bishop, Joseph W„ Muskegon, Mich, assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Molding die. 1,576,642 ; Mar. 16. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Pin-setting machine. 1,581,377 ; Apr. 20. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Pin-setting machine. 1,581,378 ; Apr. 20. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Pin-setting machine. 1.581,379 ; Apr. 20. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Bowling pin. 1,583,824; May 11. 

Bishop, Joseph W., Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., Wilmington, Del. 
Electromagnet. 1,589,506 ; June 22. 

Bishop, Joseph W.. Muskegon, Mich., assignor to The 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Chicago, 111. 
Motor. 1,596.793; Aug. 17. 

Bishop, Joseph W., and J. O. Matteson, Muskegon, Mich., 
assignors to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, 
Chicago, 111. Phonograph. 1,592,117: July 13. 

Bishop. Leonidas, Haralson, Ga. Plowhead with detach- 
able plowpoint. 1,599.454; Sept. 14. 

Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Fla. Portable burner. 1,597,713 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Fla. Axle straightener. 
1,612,173; Dec. 28. 

Bishop, Mabel R. and F. L., Cleveland, Ohio. Collapsible 
tube. 1.605,914 ; Nov. 9. 

Bishop, William K. (See Stannard, B. M.. and Bishop.) 

Bishop, William K. (See Stannard, B. M., Bishop, and 
Evans.) 

Bishow, Joseph D., Los Angeles, Calif. Newspaper and 
periodical tie. 1,576,711; Mar. 16. 

Bispham, Edward H., Maumee, Ohio. Bracket. 1,575,963 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Co., Syracuse, 
• N. Y. Quick-break switch and operating mechanism. 
1,576,896; Mar. 16. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. T. Switch-operating mechanism. 1,579,687 ; 
Apr. 6. 
Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. T. Headlight switch and box. 1,593,927 ; 
July 27. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company. 
Syracuse, N. Y. Traffic-signal switch. 1,597,714 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Aisle light. 1,603,444 ; Oct. 19. 
Bissell. Carl H„ and R. H. Olley, assignors to Crouse- 
Hinds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Electric switch for 
headlights. 1,574,360 ; Feb. 23. 

Bissell. Carl H., and E. G. Smith, assignors to Crouse- 
Hinds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Incandescent-electric- 
lamp housing. 1,573,292; Feb. 16. 
Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Owen, Ira J., 

assignor.) 
Bissell, Morton L. (See Kramer. I. D., and Bissell.) 
Bissell, Richard E. (See Thompson, C. E., and Bissell.) 

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Bissell, Torrance E., Elora, Ontario, Canada. Tillage 
implement. 1,609,602 ; Dec. 7. 

Bisset, David L., assignor to A. R. Whittal Can Com- 
pany, Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Can-end 
drier. 1,570,122 ; Jan. 19. 

Bissky, Zacharie, Geneva. Switzerland. Vibratory break 
for induction coils. 1,591.696 ; July 6. 

Bisson, Louis A., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Fire Extinguisher Company. 
Providence, R. I. Fusible link and strut. 1,584,719 : 
May 18. 

Bisson, Percival N. (See Westbo, B. W., and Bisson.) 

Bitbetter Manufacturing Company. (See Croxford, Joh 
S., assignor.) 

Bute, VViuiam N„ Cincinnati, Ohio. Floating filtering 
siphon. 1.605.207 ; Nov. 2. 

Bittenbender, Francis M., Bloomsburg, Pa. Saliva ejec- 
tor. 1,596,478; Aug. 17. 

Bitticks. Emra W., Nacozari, Mexico. Air line lubricator. 
1. 603,187 ; Oct. 12. 

Bittinger, Charles, Brookline, Mass. Rail. 1,593,895 ; 
July 27. 

Bittles, Francis L., West Orange, N. J. Box or similar 
container. Des. 71,541 ; Nov. 30. 

Bittner, Alfred, Philadelphia, Pa. Oil burner. 1,578,064 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Bituinenized Road Company. (See Black, James E., as- 
signor.) 

Bituminous Sand Company. (See McClave, James M., as- 
signor.) 

Bivins, Abraham, Denver, Colo. Lathe attachment. 
1,586,139 ; May 25. 

Bixby, Virginia H„ Omaha, Nebr. Toy hat. 1,600,086 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Bixby, Virginia H., Omaha, Nebr. Doll. 1,600,502; 
Sept. 21. 

Bixby, Walter. (See Hathaway, E. F., and Bixby.) 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Supporting means for tube-frame 
spools. 1,568,396 ; Jan. 5. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Tube frame for tuft weaving. 
1,5S9,739 ; June 22. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Bearing for yarn spools and the 
like. 1,592,551 ; July 13. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
nany. Boston. Mass. Tube frame. 1.594.873 : Auz. 3. 

Bixby. Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Yafn spool support. 1,594,874 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Tube frame. 1.599.377 : Sept. 7. 

Bixby, Walter, assignor to Shawmut Engineering Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. Tube frame for tuft weaving. 
1,601,936; Oct. 5. 

Bixby, Walter. Boston, and C. Lea. Milton, assignors 
to Shawmut Engineering Company, Boston, Mass. Tuft- 
yarn carrier for looms. 1,590.169 ; June 22. 

Bjorge, Oscar B., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Clyde 
Iron Works, Duluth, Minn. Engine for log yarding, 
skidding, etc. 1,578,709 ; Mar. 30. 

Bjorge, Oscar B., Portland, Oreg., assignor to Clyde Iron 
Works, Duluth, Minn. Trolley carriage. 1,582,962 ; 
May 4. 

Bjbrhuus, Knut, Ostre Aker, near Oslo, Norway. Dirigibls 
headlight. 1,607,719 ; Nov. 23. 

Bjork, Carl, Wilmington, Calif. Engineer's and drafts- 
man's loose-leaf sketch and print case. 1,577,056 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bjorklund, Charles, St Paul, Minn. Intake-connecting 
bolt. 1,572,464; Feb. 9. 

Bjorkstedt, William G.. and P. A. Rossa, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Carboy holder. 1,602,326 ; Oct. 5. 

Bjornson, Carl, E., and S. ; said S. Bjornson assignor to 
,T. E. Adams. Bentley, Alberta, Canada. Wrench. 
1.599,399 ; Sept. 7. 

Bjornson, Emil. (See Bjornson, C, E., and S.) 

Bjornson, Sigfred. (See Bjornson, C. E., and S.) 

Blabon, Geo. W., Company, The. (See Cartwright, Frank, 
assignor.) 

Blabon, George W., Company. (See Tamberlin, John, as- 
signor.) 

Blach, Ralph C, Birmingham. Ala. ^Glarment-pocket re- 
enforcement. 1,609,051 : Nov. 30. 

Blache, Hans H., Copenhagen, Denmark. Diesel motor. 
1,587.578 ; June 8. 

Black. Burton, Redondo Beach, assignor of one-sixth to 
F. L. Feistharael, one-sixth to A. J. Carr, and one-sixth 
to T. A. Collins, Los Angeles, Calif. Derrick construc- 
tion. 1.599,742: Sept. 14. 

Black, Burton, Redondo Beach, assignor of one-sixth to 
F. L. Feisthamel, one-sixth to A. J. Carr. and one- 
sixth to T. A. Collins, Los Angeles, Calif. Fabricated 
derrick. 1,601,059; Sept. 28. 

Black. Carl, Alfeld-on-the-Leine, Germany, assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson. N. J. 
Last-block-eentering machine. 1,610.597 : Dec. 14. 

Black, Charles F., assignor to The Prestocopy Company, 
San Francisco, and L. Parker, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Stencil duplicator. 1,610.117: Dec. 7. 

Black-Clawson Company. The. (See Kutter, Herman L., 
assignor.) « 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Black, David T., Providence, It. I. Blotting pad. 
1,598,264 ; Aug. 31. 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Black, S. D., and Decker, assignors.) 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Brown, Spencer K., assignor.) 

Black, Eugene, New York, N. T. Game-chip rack. 
1,569,848 ; Jan. 19. 

Black, Harold M., Butler, Pa., assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Method of and ap- 
paratus for forming sheet glass. 1,608,644 ; Nov. 30. 

Black, Henry M. (See Smythe, Richard M., assignor.) 

Black, Hugh R., Hall, N. Y. Packaging fruit and the 
like. 1,571,041; Jan. 26. 

Black, James E., assignor to Bitumenized Road Company, 
Kansas Citv, Mo. Surfacing material and making the 
same. 1,59'6,232 ; Aug. 17. 

Black, Jewel C, Athens, Ala. Controlling attachment for 
cultivators. 1,610,994; Dec. 14. 

Black, John A., Stephen, Minn. Road shoulder and weed 
attachment for road-scraping machines. 1,573,905 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Black, John C, Destrehan, La., and J. W. Weir, Fillmore, 
Calif. Manufacturing lubricating oils. 1,572,405 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Black, John C, Destrehan, La., W. D. Rial, R. T. 
Howes, Wilmington, Calif. Treatment of petroleum 
products. 1,592,329; July 13. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Lubricating device. 
1,573.293 ; Feb. 16. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Rotary well-drilling ap- 
paratus. 1,580,002 ; Apr. 6. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Draw works of rotary 
well-drilling apparatus. 1,580,003 ; Apr. 6. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Water swivel for rotary 
drilling. 1,596,144; Aug. 17. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Hydraulic pumping sys- 
tem. 1,596,145 ; Aug. 17. 

Black, Lee J., Beaumont, Tex. Condenser pipe. 
1,606,336; Nov. 9. 

Black, Mathew, and S. Olkin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment- 
supporting clamp or clasp. 1,583,386 ; May 4. 

Black, Paul W., San Francisco, Calif. Device for dis- 
pensing and moistening gummed tape. 1,572,063; 
Feb. 9. 

Black, Robert F., San Jose, Calif. Weed cutter. 
1,573,034 ; Feb. 16. 

Black Rock Manufacturing Company, The. (See Ham- 
mond, G. L., and Nicholas, assignors.) 

Black, Samuel D., and A. G. Decker, Baltimore, assignors 
to The Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, Tow- 
son, Md. Electric-eord protector. 1,574.020 ; Feb. 23. 

Black, Walter A., assignor of one-half to J. T. Jennings, 
Kaneas City, Mo. Valve. 1,584.600 ; May 11. 

Black, T. Campbell. (See Ver Valen, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Black, V. E., Co. (See Anderson, Maurice, assignor.) 

Black, Wilbert, New Orleans, La. Fire preventing and 
extinguishing means. 1,590,877 ; June 29. 

Black, William BE, Fort Smith, assignor of one-third to 
G. W. Evans, Van Buren, Ark. Metal valve for bored- 
well huckets. 1,601,553; Sept. 28. 

Black, William M., Lansing, Mich. Milk cooler. 
1,573,760; Feb. 16. 

Blackadder, Thomas, Great Neck Estates, assignor to 
Robeson Process Company, New York, N. Y. Making 
tanning preparations and products thereof. 1,571,873 • 
Feb. 2. 

Blackburn, Alan P., Westmount, Quebec, Canada. Non- 
conducting sectional wall. 1,612,092 ; Dec. 28. 

Blackburn, Carroll D.,' Mount Lebanon Borough, assignor 
to The Koppcrs Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Liquid- 
distributing apparatus. 1.597.715; Aug. 31. 

Blackburn, Charles E., Evansville, Ind. Swinging auto- 
mobile headlight. 1,584,720; May 18. 

Blackburn, Charles E., sr., and J. R. Cambron, sr., 
Evansville, Ind. Automobile headlight. 1,584,006 ; 
May 11. 

Blackburn, Jasper. (See Albrecht, Arthur, assignor.) 

Blackburn, Jasper, Webster Groves, Mo. Earth anchor. 
1,569,068; Jan. 12. 

Blackburn, Jasper, Wehster Groves, Mo. Preselecting 
and shifting device for transmissions. 1,586,515 ; 
June 1. 

Blackburn, Jasper. Webster Groves, Mo. Cable hanger. 
1, 009,052 ; Nov. 30. 

Blackburn, Robert E., Los Angeles, Calif. Window screen. 
1.594,812 ; Aug. 3. 

Blackburn. Thomas C, Wlnnfleld, La. Chain link. 
1.570.431; Mar. 0. 

Blackburn, Victor E., Bellvlew, N. Mex. Radiator pro- 
tector. 1.570,428; Jan. 19. 

Blackburn, W. C. (See Musgrave, Claude E., assignor.) 

Blackford, Ralph E., and C. Buttcrtleld, Mlddletown, Ohio. 
Making metal cans. 1.571,367; Feb. 2. 

Blarkle, John S., Yuba City, Calif. Ditching machine. 
1,580.940; June 1. 

Blacklock, Mrs. Thomas G. (See Blacklock, Thomas G., 
assignor.) 

Blacklock, Thomas G.. Pcekskill, assignor to Mrs. T. G. 
Blnrkln<k, New York, N. Y. Tablet fuel. 1,599,94S ; 
8ept. 14. 



Blackman, Ahraham, London, England. Filter for pe- 
trol and other liquids. 1,609,856 ; Dec. 7. 

Blackman, Albert E., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Electric 
switch. 1.596,794; Aug. 17. 

Blackman, Frank O., et al. (See Wilson, William E., 
assignor.) 

Blackman, James B., (See Carter, Albert, assignor.) 

Blackman, Mabel, assignor of one-half to E. McKee and 
one-half to L. K. Hosier, New York, N. Y. Talking- 
machine needle. 1,569,351 ; Jan. 12. 

Blackman, Roy C, West Park, Ohio. Concrete construc- 
tion. 1,587.500 ; June 8. 

Blackmon, Ben C, Dallas, Tex. Support for collapsible 
container tubes. 1,568,868 ; Jan. 5. 

Blackmore. Charles C, Dayton, Ohio. Toy vehicle. 
1,583,115 ; May 4. 

Blackmore, Charles C, assignor to The Dayton Toy & 
Specialty Company, Dayton, Ohio. Curtain carrier. 
1,593,962; July 27. 

Blackmore, Lloyd. Highland Park, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle bumper. 
1,598,955: Sept. 7. 

Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, Mich., assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Mounting 
means for indicia-bearing members. 1,601.844 ; Oct. 5. 

Blackmore, Lloyd, and L. M. Spencer. Highland Park, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Wheel assembly. 1,573,671 ; Feb. 16. 

Blackmore, Lloyd, Highland Park, and F. A. Voelke, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Spring seat structure. 1.583.953 ; May 11. 

Blackstone, Andrew R. (See Riddle, Zelie, assignor.) 

Blackstone, George M. (See Carter, Frank, and E., as- 
signors.) 

Blackstone Mfg. Co., The. (See More. Glenn, assignor.) 

Blackwell, Henry F.. Highland, N. Y. Making plant 
foods. 1,606.015 ; Nov. 9. 

Blackwell, Howard. Youngstown, Ohio. Multidisk phono- 
graph. 1,568,130; Jan. 5. 

Blackwell. Otto B., Plandome, N. Y., assignor to Amer- 
ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Wire car- 
rier program-distribution system. 1.575,672 ; Mar. 9. 

Blackwell, Otto B., Plandome, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Attenuation-con- 
trolling device. 1,587.363; June 1. 

Blackwell, Otto B., Garden City, N. Y. ; D. K. Martin. 
Orange, N. J. ; and G. S. Vernam, Brooklyn, N. Y., as- 
signors to American Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany. Secrecy communication system. 1,598,673 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Blackwell, William T.. Westfield. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company. Lighting fixture. 1,572. S80 : Feb. 16. 

Blackwell. William T.. Westfield, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Lamp Company. Universal lighting fixture. 
l.fUO.48.3: Dec. 14. 

Blackwood, Arthur J.. Carrboro, N. C. Trumpet for cot- 
ton machines. 1.582,159 ; Apr. 27. 

Blackwood, William C. (See Murray, T. E.. jr., and 
Blackwood.) 

Blade, Frank L., Sycamore, 111. Tractor hitch. 
1,568,204 ; Jan. 5. 

Blades, Charles F., Topeka, Kans. Permutation lock. 
1.584,834; May 18. 

Blades. Leroy R.. Chicago, 111., assignor to F. J. Gandy. 
Auxiliary intake air valve. 1,572.842 ; Feb. 9. 

Blaeker, Joseph, assignor of one-half to M. Eisenstein, 
New York, N. Y. Lock for automobile steering wheels. 
1,607.720; Nov. 23. 

Blaeser, Alfred, Newark, assignor to Anchor Post Iron 
Works. Garwood. N. J. Name plate for wire fences. 
1.575.409 ; Mar. 2. 

Blaess, Max A. (See Clark, Edward A., assignor.) 

Blaetz, George I., assignor to Philadelphia Metal Drying 
Form Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Presser plate. 
1 610,651 : Dec. 14. 

Blngoue, Richard, Hibbing. Minn. Demountable-rlm-re- 
taining means. 1.591.152 ; July 0. 

Blaine, John E.. jr., Cincinnati, Ohio. Nap-restoring de- 
vice. 1,598.338; Aug. 31. 

Blaine, Joseph R.. Oak Park. 111. Flexible coupling for 
shafts. 1,592.254; July 13. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago. 111. Print- 
ing-press feed-control mechanism. 1.582.897; May 4. 

Blaine, Joseph R.. assignor to Miehle Printing Press & 
Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Ink-fountain-ductor 
trip mechanism. 1,585,367; May 18. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Sheet-pick-up 
mechanism. 1.5S5.368 ; May 18. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Side- 
register mechanism. 1.585,309; May 18. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Print- 
ing Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Printing-press feeder means. 1.593.563; July 27. 

Blaine, Joseph R.. Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Print- 
ing Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Grlpper mechanism. 1.600.790; Sept. 21. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Sheet- 
feeding mechanism. 1,600,791 ; Sept. 21. 



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Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, assignor to Miehle Printing 
Press & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Mecha- 
nism for feeding sheets. 1.608.296 ; Nov. 23. 

Blaine. Joseph R., and C. Henderson, assignors to Miehle 
Printing Press and Manufactures Company, Chicago, 
111. Sheet-register detector. 1.587,501 ; June 8. 

Blaine, Joseph R., Oak Park, and A. G. Jacobson. as- 
signors to Miehle Printing Press & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Cylinder-trip mechanism. 1,587,502 ; 
June 8. 

Blair, Benjamin H., assignor to The Eaton Axle and 
Spring Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Vehicle spring. 
1,G12,413 ; Dec. 28. 

Elair, Frank D.. Mound, Minn. Radio log and indicating 
device. 1,579,501 ; Apr. 6. 

Blair. Frank M., Newark, Ohio. Enamel metal shingle. 
1,572.377 ; Feb. 9. 

Blair. George W., Wabash, Ind. Baked-enamel remover. 
1.572.S39; Feb. 9. 

Blair, Hosea, San Francisco, Calif. Automatic photo- 
graphic-printing machine. 1,604,255 ; Oct. 26. 

Blair, James. (See Haslett. W. W., and Blair.) 

Blair, James C, et al., administrators. (See Owen?, 
Michael J.) 

Blair, John H., San Francisco, Calif. Power transmission. 
1.579,433 ; Apr. 6. 

Blair, John T., et al. (See Gent, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Blair, Joseph E., et al. (See Gent, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Blair, Paul A. (See Nichols. Ernest F., assignor.) 

Blair, Ray H., Cambridge, Ohio. Nut-locking bolt struc- 
ture. 1,597,667; Aug. 31. 

Blair, Robert, and W. R. Fischer, assignors to General 
Motors Research Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Banding 
apparatus. 1,59S,799 ; Sept. 7. 

Blair. Robert P.. Stamford, Conn. Art and apparatus for 
warfare. 1,588,932 ; June 15. 

Blair, Robert S., Sound Beach, Conn. Ash receiver. 
1,601,230; Sept. 28. 

Blair, Robert S., Sound Beach, Conn. Fender for vehi- 
cles. 1.608.4S6 ; Nov. 30. 

Blair. Robert S., South Orange, N. J. Radiator and 
cover therefor. 1,608,161 ; Nov. 23. 

Blair. Rolandis A., Fort Wayne. Ind., assignor to The 
P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,568,713 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Blair. Rolandis A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,571,183 ; 

Feb. 2. 
Blair. Rolandis A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The P 

& M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,580,644 ; 

Apr. 13. 
Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,598,515 : 

Aug. 31. 
Blair, Rolandis A„ Fort Wavne, Ind., assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,598,516 : 

Aug. 31. 
Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wayne, Ind.. assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,603,266; 

Oct. 19. 
Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1,609,2S7 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Blair, Rolandis A., Fort Wavne, Ind., assignor to The 

P & M Company, Chicago, 111. Rail anchor. 1.609,603 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Blair. William R. (See Smith, William J., assignor.) 
Blaisdell, Carroll H., Providence, R. I. Paper cutter 

Des. 69.380 ; Feb. 9. 
Blaisdell. Connie, Rumford, Me. Lead-pipe-bending de- 
vice. 1.610,196 ; Dec. 7. 
Blaisdell Filtration Company, The. (See Blaisdell, Hiram 

W., assignor.) 

Blaisdell. Hiram W., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to The 

Blaisdell Filtration Company. Filter and filter cleaner. 

1.604 379 ; Oct. 26. 
Blaisdell, Sidney B., Providence. R. I. Carrier for 

braiding machines. 1,569,449; Jan. 12. 
Blaisdell. Sidney B., assignor to Rhode Island Braiding 

Machine Company. Providence, R. I. Braiding machine. 

1,603,310 ; Oct. 19. 

Blake, Abbie, Grosse Pointe, Mich. Washing-machine 
attachment. 1.586.516; June 1. 

Blake, Bert M.. assignor to E. L. Rick. Los Angeles. Calif., 
doing business under the firm name and style of The 
Rick Company. Hydrant. 1.601.993 ; Oct. 5. 

Blako. c. C, Incorporated. (See Fernald, Mark E., as- 
signor.) 

Blake, Charles C, Brookline, Mass. Machine for making 

insulated nails. 1.57S.185 ; Mar. 23. 
Blake. Charles C. Brookline. Mass. Machine for and 

method of making staples. 1.603.935 ; Oct. 19. 
Blake. Charles C, Kittery Point, Me. Hot-water bottle 

1.C00.213 : Sept. 21. 
Blake. Charles D.. Glens Falls. N. Y. Sawmill-head-block 

cleaner. 1.573.906 ; Feb. 23. 
Blake. Charles F., Watertown. assignor to Prentiss Vise 

Company. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Shaft collar. 

1.586.959; June 1. 
Blake, Charles H. (See Hennington, H. E., Blake, and 

Gill.) 



Blake, David K., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Alternating-current secondary net- 
works. 1,581,831 ; Apr. 20. 

Blake, Dennis B. D., St. Louis, Mo. Glare curtain. 
1.591.739 ; July 6. 

Blake, E. J. (See Jarvis. Roger E., assignor.) 

Blake Electric Mfg. Co. (See Smith, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Blake, Geo. W., Mfg. Company, The. (See Blake, George 
\V., assignor. ) 

Blake, George W., assignor to The Geo. W. Blake Mfg. 
Company, Wyandotte, Mich. Receptacle-rilling ma- 
chine. 1,598,674 ; Sept. 7. 

Blake, Harold D... assignor of one-half to G. B. Pitts, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid-level-indicating apparatus. 
1,605,387 ; Nov. 2. 

Blake, John T., Madison, Wis. Forming building slabs 
and mold therefor. 1,592,070 ; July 13. 

Blake, Lincoln, Hayward, Calif. Knurled beaded can. 
1,609, 604 ; Dec. 7. 

Blake, Nicholas. (See Burgert, Henry, assignor.) 

Blake, It. P., et al. (See Simpson, Arthur E.. a'ssignor.) 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Anchorage device 
for vehicles. 1,573,441 ; Feb. 16. 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Stake platform 
for trucks. 1,584,426; May 11, 1926. 

Blakely, William W., Dexter, Mich. Anchorage device 
for vehicles. 1.586,773 ; June 1. 

Blakely, William W., Detroit, Mich. Hold-down device for 
vehicles. 1,604,215 ; Oct. 26. 

Blakely. William W., Detroit, Mich. Garage-door holder. 
1.605.208 ; Nov. 2. 

Blakeman, Benjamin F., assignor of one-half to A. W. 
Craver, Greensboro, N. C. Copyholder. 1,577,165 : 
Mar. 16. 

Blakeney, James T., Fresno, Calif. Child's safeguard at- 
tachment for automobiles. 1,596,795; Aug. 17. 

Blaker, Ernest, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing apparatus 
and method. 1,604,562; Oct. 26. 

Blakeslee, George R. (See Blakeslee, George S.) 

Blakeslee, George S., deceased, Oak Park,' 111. ; G. R. 
Blakeslee, executor. Washing machine. 1,591.506; 
July 6. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., West Hartford, Conn. Life pre- 
server. 1,579,502 ; Apr. 6. 

Blakesley, George R.. Edgerton, Wis. Electric water 
heater. 1,572,466 : Feb. 9. 

Blakesley, George W., and W. J. Hempy, assignors to 
The Security Stove and Mfg. Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Oil strainer. 1,579,205 ; Apr. 6. 

Blamfield. Charles, Boston, Mass. Fire lighter. 
1,577,166 ; Mar. 16. 

Blanc. Einile. (See Bouvier, M. E., and Blanc.) 

Blanch, Sven M., assignor to Fleming Machine Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Holding and centering grinding and 
polishing wheels or the like. 1,584,835 ; May 18. 

Blanchard Collapsible Bowling Alley Co. (See Blan- 
chard, Owen W., assignor.) 

Blanchard, Frank E., Chieago, 111. Lubricant-pressure- 
controlling means for internal-combustion engines. 
1,576,502 ; Mar. 16. 

Blanchard, Frank E., Chicago, III. Finger-nail buffer 
means. 1.606,742 ; Nov. 16. 

Blanchard, Frederick C, Detroit, Mich. Lubricating ap- 
. paratus. 1,592,071 ; July 13. 

Blanchard, Frederick C, assignor to Detroit Lubricator 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Valve handle. 1,607,604 : 
Nov. 23. 

Blanchard. Frederick K., New Rochelle, N. Y. Necktie. 

1.599.949 ; Sept. 14. 

Blanchard, George B., Evanston, 111. Package of car- 
bon dioxide and making the same. 1,600,30S ; Sept. 21. 

Blanchard, Harold L.. Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester. Mass. Detector in 
regularly-moving transferrer. 1,597,951; Aug. 31. 

Blanchard. Hymen A., Buffalo, N. Y. Concrete curbing. 
1.602.327; Oct. 5. 

Blanchard, Kenneth W„ New Rochelle, N. Y. Necktie. 

1.599.950 : Sept. 14. 

Blanchard, Lester L. (See Luby, P. J., and Blanchard.) 

Blanchard Machine Company, The. (See Shillings, Har- 
old F., assignor.) 

Blanchard Machine Company, The. (See Spencer, Henry 
K, assignor.) 

Blanchard, Owen W., assignor to Blanchard Collapsible 
Bowling Alley Co. Inc.. St. Paul. Minn. Collapsible 
bowline alley. 1.581,423 ; Apr. 20. 

Blanchfield, Elizabeth L.. San Pedro, Calif. Stop and 
direction indicator. 1,568.361 ; Jan. 5. 

Blanck & Co. (See Press, Elizabeth A., assignor.) 

Rland. John, Chicago, 111. Grinder. 1,584,721; May 18. 

Bland, John, Chicago, 111. Screen. 1,591.959 ; July 13. 

Bland, John, Chicago, 111. Screen. 1.600.792 ; Sept. 21. 

Bland, John, Chicago, 111. Screen. 1,610.353; Dec. 14. 

Bland, John E., Ardmore, Okla. Fuel tank. 1,585,460 ; 
May 18. 

Blanding. Joseph E.. New London, Conn. Fuel-feed de- 
vice. 1.609.686 : Dec. 7. 

Blank, Herman C, Chicago. 111. Carpet-nailing strip 
and ground construction. 1,610.243 ; Dec. 14. 

Blanke Baer Extract & Preserving Company. (See Win- 
ston, M., and Roulston, assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Blankenship, Edwin V., Bozeman, Mont. Watering sys- 
tem. 1,585,182 ; May 18. 

Blankenship, James S., Bend, 'Oreg. Headlight mech- 
anism. 1,583,569 ; May 4. 

Blankenship, John C, Austin, Tex. Attachment plugs. 
1,568,584 ; Jan. 5. 

Blankinship, James E., sr., assignor to American Saw & 
Knife Works, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Meat chopper. 
1,008,460 ; Nov. 23. 

Blanton, Mitchell L., assignor to F. J. McManaman, 
Denver, Colo. Pilot lamps for automobiles. 1,575,525 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Blaschke, Julius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tire wheel. 1,586,349 ; 
May 25. 

Blaschke. Julius, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pneumatic-tire wheel. 
1.591,413 ; July 6. 

Blaschke, Julius. Brooklyn, N. Y. Steering mechanism. 
1.594,767 ; Aug. 3. 

Blaszak, Leo, Buffalo, N. Y. Combined cradle and crib. 
1,597,716; Aug. 31. 

Blatch, Francis H., assignor to Anthracite Separator 
Company, Hazleton, Pa. Adjustable apparatus for 
feeding and separating coal and like materials. 
1,573,035 ; Feb. 16. 

Blatch, Francis H., assignor to Wilmot Engineering Com- 
pany, Hazleton, Pa. Apparatus for washing coal and 
concentrating ores. 1,596.392 ; Aug. 17. 

Blatchford Calf Meal Company. (See Caldwell, Ralph E., 
assignor.) 

Blatchley, Melbourne E., Garden City, Kans. Hydraulic 
system. 1.595.370 : Aug. 10. 

Blatchley, William H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Commutator for 
internal-combustion motors. 1,590,802 ; June 29. 

Blatt, Harold J., et al. (See Haine, Joseph A., assignor.) 

Blatterman, Albert S., Little Silver, N. J. Reducing 
interference and obtaining secrecy in radio transmis- 
sion. 1,581,161 ; Apr. 20. 

Blatterman, Albert S., Little Silver, N. J., assignor to 
Mu-Rad Radio Corporation. Apparatus for controlling 
the directional reception characteristics of loops or coil 
antenna}. 1,60S,974 : Nov. 30. 

Blattner, David G., Bogota, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Transmitting circuits. 1,608,487 ; Nov. 30. 

Blau, Fritz, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Electric Company, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Tungsten arc lamp. 1,593,381 ; 
July 20. 

Blauvelt, Fred K., assignor to C. E. Reed, Wichita, 
Kans. Deep-well-drilling apparatus and the like. 
1.605.915 ; Nov. 9. 

Blauvelt. Frederic D., Glen Ridge, N. J. Flushometer. 
1,593,115 ; July 20. 

Blauvelt, Frederic D., Glen Ridge, N. J. Water-supply 
fixture. 1,607,507 ; Nov. 16. 

Blauvelt, William G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telephone-ex- 
change system. 1.573.907 ; Feb. 23. 

Blauvelt, William G., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Tele- 
phone-exchange system. 1.577,513 ; Mar. 23. 

Blaw, Jacob B., Atlantic City, N. J. Adjustable sup- 
port for flags. 1,575,614 ; Mar. 9. 

Blaw, Jacob B., Atlantic City, N. J. Fire-truck appara- 
tus. 1,577,607 ; Mar. 23. 

Blaw, Jacob B., Atlantic City, N. J. Portable fire-hose- 
nozzle support. 1,583,772 ; May 11. 

Blaw, Jacob B.. Atlantic City, N. J. Fire apparatus. 
1,589,351 ; June 22. 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Bowman, Franklin M., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Brynoldt, Christian, assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Garlinghouse, A. F., and 
Vonnble. assignors.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Malone, Adolph W., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See McArthur, Charles D., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See McDonnell. Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Schieldrop, Bjarne H., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Comoany. (Sec Vonable, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Bleasdnle. John W.. Janesville, Wis. Tying machine. 
1,582.726: Apr. 27. 

Bleasdell, John T., Kingsley, Iowa. Wheel guard for 
cultivators. 1,587.270; June 1. 

Blechspielwarenfabrik Johauu Dlstler. (See Keppner, 
Ernst, assignor.) 

Blecker, William M., assignor to E. A. Langenbach, 
Canton, Ohio. Automatic sheet separator. 1,605.642; 
Nov. 2. 

Blecksmith. Charles F.. Los Angeles, Calif. Rethreading 
tool. 1,572,004 : Feb 9. 

Bleecker, George W., et al, trustees. (See Pendleton, 

Pyam L.. assignor.) 
Bleecker. Warren F., Boulder, Colo. Impervious material 

and malting the sump. 1,587,750; June 8. 
Bleecker, Warren I<\, and E. A. Clark, Boulder, Colo. Dis- 
play apparatus. 1,581,562; Apr. 20. 
Rleichort. Adolf, & Company. (See Gatzwellcr, .Tohann, 
assignor.) 



Bleick Syndicate. (See Ekman, Andrew, assignor.) 

Bleininger, Albert V., assignor to The Homer Laughlin 
China Company, Newell, W. Va. Continuous compart- 
ment kiln and operating the same. l,59o,817 ; Aug. 10. 

Blenio, Guido, assignor "to Proofing Laboratories, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Paint and varnish remover. 
1,573,537; Feb. 16. 

Blenko, William, Milton, W. Va. Art glass and making 
the same. 1,583,441 ; May 4. 

Blesch, Charles, Newport, Ky., assignor to The Crane 
& Breed Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Burial-casket handle. Des. 70,095 ; May 11. 

Blesing, William E. (See Clark, A. R., and Blessing.) 

Blessing, John G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Impulse-trans- 
mitting device. 1.588.517 ; June 15. 

Blessing, John G.. assignor, hy mesne assignments, to 
Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic call- 
ing device. 1,609,982 ; Dec. 7. 

Blessing, John G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic im- 
pulse transmitter. 1,609,983 ; Dec. 7. 

Blessing, John G., Oak Forest, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Automatic Electric Inc.. Chicago, 111. Auto- 
matic calling device. 1,609,9S4 ; Dec. 7. 

Blest, Mlnot C. (See Streib, J. F., and Blest.) 

Blest, Minot C., Bellevue, assignor to Pressed Steel Car 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Car construction. 1,604,800 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Blest, Minot C, Bellevue, assignor to Pressed Steel Car 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Draft rigging. 1,612,485 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Blettner, George H., Chicago, 111. Cylinder-grinding tool. 
1,577,681 ; Mar. 23. 

Bleuze, Edmond. (See Mage, R., and Bleuze.) 

Blevin, Frederick L., Jersey City, N. J., and A. D. Fergu- 
son, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cardboard-box knife. 1,586,646 ; 
June 1. 

Blevins, John W., New York, N. Y. Device for wrap- 
ping ribbon around wire frames. 1.010,736 ; Dec. 14. 

Blevins, Wiley 11. (See Stevenson, Winfield W., jr., as- 
signor.) 

Blevney, John C, Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to Pro- 
duction Machine Company, Greenfield, Mass. Work 
holding and feeding device for grinding or polishing 
machines. 1,594,445 : Aug. 3. 

Bley, John M., sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Tidal and similar 
water niotor. 1,592,552 ; July 13. 

Blick, Ernest L., Broadheath, Altrincham, assignor to 
The Automatic Scale Company, Limited. Altrincham, 
Cheshire, England. Weighing scale. 1.579,635 ; Apr. 6. 

Blickman, S., Inc. (See Ershler, Samuel H., assignor.) 

Bliffert, Walter J.. Milwaukee, Wis. Intake manifold. 
1,579,688; Anr. 0. 

Bliss Brothers Company. (See Rioux, Joseph F., assignor ) 

Bliss, R. W., Company. (See Beyer, Otto S., assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Kruse, Peter, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Page, Frank C. B., as- 
signor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Patrick, Isaac, assignor.) 

Bliss, Elmer F., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Control system for dynamo-electric 
machines. 1,5S9,931 ; June 22. 

Bliss, Elmer J., Boston, assignor to Regal Shoe Com- 
pany, Whitman, Mass. Chair. Des. 70,527 ; July 13. 

Bliss, Frank S., Portland, Oreg. Flying machine. 
1,568.205; Jan. 5. 

Bliss, Graydon C. (See Bliss, Robert H. and G. C.) 

Bliss, Harold N., Ithaca, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for selective electrical tuning. 1,588,43S ; June 15. 

Bliss. Henry J. W.. assignor to The British Research As- 
sociation for the Woolen and Worsted Industries, Leeds, 
England. Machine for winding yarns, cords, ropes, 
slivers, and the like. 1.595.818; Aug. 10. 

Bliss. Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Sealing fiber 
shipping eases. Rel0,347 : May 11. 

Bliss, Herbert R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Cracker caddy. 
1 582 375 * Apr. 27. 

Bliss, Herbert 11., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Shipping case. 
1,584.972 ; May 18. 

Bliss, Herbert R.. Niagara Falls, N. Y. Container. 
1.590.411 ; June 29. 

Bliss. Howard B., Knoxville, Term. Leveling instrument. 

1.005.098; Nov. 2. 
Bliss, Malcolm G.. North Grafton, assignor to Heywood 
Boot & Shoe Company, Worcester, Mass. Harness- 
stitching machine. 1,011,809 ; Dec. 21. 

Bliss, Robert H. and G. C, East Syracuse, N. Y. Sash. 
1.5S5.829 ; May 25. 

Bliss, William L., assignor, hy mesne assignments, to U. 
S. Light & Heat Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Lighting equipment and starting arrangement for gaso- 
line engines or gasoline motor cars. Rel6,334 ; Apr. 27. 

Bliss, William L., assignor to U. S. Light and Heat Cor- 
poration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Lighting and power 
system. 1.G03.S30: Oct. 19. 

Blitch, Charles, Jacksonville, Oreg. Milk-bottle holder. 
1.584,427 ; May 11. . 

Bloch. Arthur. Philadelphia, Pa. Oil-circulation signal. 
1.573.371 : Feb. 10. , ' 

Bloch, Isabelle M., assignor to The Q. R. S. Music Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. Instruction roll. 1,584.073 ; 
May 11. 



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Bloch. Isabelle M., assignor to The Q R S Music Com- 
pany, Cfcicago, 111. Instruction roll. 1.605,209 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bloch, Leon, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve. 1,579,503 ; Apr. 6. 

Block. Abraham, San Francisco, Calif., assignor to The 
National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. In- 
dicating device. 1,569.255 ; Jan. 12. 

Block, Alexander E., St. Louis, Mo. Foot-treatment ap- 
pliance. 1.596.146 : Aus;. 17. 

Block. Alexander B., St. Louis, Mo. Shoe. 1,602,793 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Block. Gregory K., New York, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.594.768 ; Aug. 3. 

Block, Gregory K., New York, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.606.337 ; Nov. 9. 

Block. Gregorv K.. New York, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.607.232 : Nov. 16. 

Block, Isaac D„ Memphis, Tenn. Food product. 1,604,764 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Block, Maurice, Chicago, 111. Lamp base. Des. 70,528 ; 
July 13. 

Block, Michael, South Boston, Mass., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 1,577,682 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Block, Michael. South Boston. Mass., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 1,577,683 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Block Portelier Company. (See La Tessa, Tully, as- 
signor.) 

Block, William, Chicago, 111. Supporting arm for lamp 
stands. Des. 69,307 ; Jan. 26. 

Block, William, Chicago, 111. Arm-supporting bracket for 
lamp stands. Des. 69,308 : Jan. 26. 

Block, William, Chicago, 111. Finial for lamps. Des, 
69,309 : Jan. 26. 

Block, William J., Broadlands, 111. Horse-collar attach- 
ment. 1,601,608 ; Sept. 28. 

Blockhan, Peter H., assignor to Streeter-Amet Weighing 
& Recording Company, Chicago, 111. Door-operating 
mechanism. 1,581,832 ; Apr. 20. 

Blodget, Ralph B., et al. (See McCoy, Clifford T„ as- 
signor.) 

Blodgett, Arthur W„ Grand Rapids, Mich. Stepladder. 

1,576,625 ; Mar. 16. 
Blodgett, Fred H., Wakefield, Mass. Pruning device. 

1,572.100; Feb. 9. 
Blodgett, Ross P., assignor to Edison Electric Appliance 

Company. Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Percolator. 

1.601,901 ; Oct. 5. 
Blo-Drv Incorporated. (See Lum. Walter O., assignor.) 
Bloeser, Walt. (See Ferrell, T. W., and Bloeser.) 
Bloise, Frank, and F. Reda, Brooklyn, N. Y. Collar, 

lapel, and facing construction for coats and similar 

garments. 1,603.829 ; Oct. 19. 
Bloin. Claes J.. Minneapolis, Minn. Backwater valve. 

1,606.396 ; Nov. 9. 
Blom, Johan A„ Stockholm, Sweden. Nail file. 1,586,441 ; 

May 25. 
Blombery, George F., Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Manufacture of agglutinant surface finishing 

and sizing composition. 1,582,117 ; Apr. 27. 
Blomeyer. Edward C, Kansas City, Mo. Washable garter. 

1,581,424 ; Apr. 20. 
Blomgren. Ilelge G., Rockford, 111. Console radio cabinet. 

Des. 70,355; June 15. 
Blomgren, Henry E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve device. 

1,581,778 ; Apr. 20. 
Blomquist, Harvey L., Chicago, 111. Ice-cream dispenser. 

1,584.601 : May 11. 
Blomquist, Inge G. (See Flodquist, L., and Blomquist.) 
Blomquist, Johan V., and K. F. Wessblad. Stockholm. 

Sweden. Apparatus for indicating the elongation of 

tubular elements combined with safety devices in steam 

generators. 1.611.097 ; Dec. 14. 
Blondel, Andre, Paris, and M. Touly, St. -Cloud, France. 

Generating high-frequencv currents. 1,578,258; 

Mar. 30. 
Blondel Fils & Company. (See Offroy, Rene, assignor.) 
Blondin, Michel C. Meudon. France. Double-pivoted 

folding mirror chiefly for use as pocket or hand-bag 

mirrors. 1.610.737 ; Dec. 14. 
Blonigen, Christopher, Melrose, Minn. Glareshicld at- 
tachment for automobile windshields. 1,590.562 ; 

June 29. 

Blonigen. Christopher, Melrose, Minn. Glareshield. 
1,009.396; Dec. 7. 

Blood. Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Snap limit gauge. 
1,571,314 ; Feb. 2. 

Blood, Bryant H., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Burnishing gears. 
1.576,806 ; Mar. 16. 

Blood. Bryant H., Hartford. Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Thread-hobbing 
machine. 1,588,003 ; June 8. 

Blood. Bryant H.. Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Lapping cylin- 
ders. 1.605.160; Nov. 2. 

Blood. Bryant H. Hartford. Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Device for lap- 
ping cylinders. 1,605,161 ; Nov. 2. 



Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Clutch- 
shifting mechanism. 1,582,666 ; Apr. 27. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-l'ond Company, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol system. 1,588,004 ; June 8. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Control 
system. 1,598,115 ; Aug. 31. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Niles-Bement-Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol system. 1,608.360 ; Nov. 23. 

Blood, Harold L., North Plainfield, and R. C. Deale, 
Plaintield, N. J., assignors to Niles-Bement-Pond Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Control system. 1,570,369 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Blood. Louis H., assignor to The E. W. Vanduzen Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Bell ringer. 1.606,464 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Bloodgood, James H., Tampa, Fla. Traveling advertising 
device. 1,597,262 ; Aug. 24. 

Bloom. Arvid T. (See George, J. R., Sheperdson, and 
Bloom.) 

Bloom, Edgar J., Tiffin, Ohio, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to Auto Research Corporation. Supply 
installation for central chassis lubrication. Rel6,278 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bloom. Edward, Marion, Ind. Gasoline gauge. 1,583,272 ; 
May 4. 

Bloom, Mannie, and L. Holladav, Sanatorium, Colo. 
Meat-cutter's safety apron. 1,598,041 ; Aug. 31. 

Bloom. Mary. South Chicago, 111. Bed covering. 
1.583.334; May 4. 

Bloom. Morris. (See Elum, A. S. and Bloom.) 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, Harry A. and 
W. II., assignors.) 

Bloomrield, Grover. (See Woodruff, J. C, and Bloom- 
field.) 

Bloomfield-Holmes Corporation. (See Holmes, Frank E., 
assignor.) 

Bloomfield, Russell C. (See Holmes, F. E., and Bloom- 
field.) 

Blore, Bernard W-, assignor to Connecticut Lace Works, 
Incorporated, Norwalk, Conn. Making Ensor net in 
conjunction with other nets without aid of a bottom- 
bar jacquard. 1.584,074; May 11. 

Blose, Irvin J.. Washington. Pa. Roll-polishing mecha- 
nism. 1,589S35 ; June 22. 

Bloser, Edward G., Los Angeles, Calif. Rubber heel. 
1,575,313 ; Mar. 2. 

Bloss, Adolf E.. Dresden, Germany. Rail tie and fasten- 
ing. 1.589,932 ; June 22. 

Bloss, Marie D.. Worcester, Mass. Doll. Des. 71,709 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Bloss, Richard R., assignor to The International Derrick 
& Equipment Company, Columhus, Ohio. Gudgeon 
structure for tubular shafts. 1,609,288 ; Dec. 7. 

Blosser. Herman G., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway-traffic-con- 
trolling apparatus. 1,576.944 ; Mar. 16. 

Blosser, Herman G., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway-traffic-con- 
trolling apparatus. 1,576,945 ; Mar. 16. 

Blount, Harry, Oak Park, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. An- 
nealing apparatus. 1.595.139; Aug. 10. 

Blount, Harry, Oak Park, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wire- 
drawing apparatus. 1,599,393 ; Sept. 7. 

Blount, Harry, Oak Park, and J. N. Selvig, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to Western Electric Companv, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Reel. 1.598,845 ; Sept. 7. 

Blount, Ivey T.. Miami, Fla. Concrete structure for 
housing. 1,568,997 ; Jan. 12. 

Blount. Nelson, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone head set. 1.587,140; June 1. 

Blow. Joseph E., La Cygne, Kans. Mail-box signal. 
1.593.420 ; July 20. 

Blowers, Carl S., Akron, Ohio. Adjustable combination 
solder bushing, floor flange, and waste-pipe support. 
1,592.716 • July 13. 

Bloy, Frederick J., Milwaukee, Wis. Savings bank. 
Des. 71,490 : Nov. 16. 

Bludworth, William D., Sacramento, Calif. Pony and 
rider toy. Des. 69,344 ; Feb. 2. 

Blue Bird Products Company, The. (See Smith, Clarence 
S.. assignor. ) 

Blue, Glenn A., Twin Falls, Idaho. Grave marker. 
1,597,573 ; Aug. 24. 

Blue. John, Laurinburg, N. C. Fertilizer distributor. 
1,605. 502 ; Nov. 2. 

Blue Ribbon Sales Agency, Inc. (See Durant, John D., 
assignor, i 

Blue Tip Pile Wire & Knife Company. (See Lockman, 
Dean E., assignor.) 

Blue Tip Pile Wire & Knife Company. (See Pfeiffer, 
Immanuel, assignor.) 

Blue Valley Creamery Co. (See Vansant, Richard H., 
assignor.) 

Blue, Walter, & Co. Ltd. (See Mandell, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Bluemel. Gustave. Jersey City, N. J. Variable-speed 
transmission. l,609,8! T -7 ; Dec. 7. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bluemlein, Ludwig L., llartsdale, N. Y. Water heater. 
1.595.819 ; Aug. 10. 

Rluff, Harry T. (See Allen, W. H.. and Bluff.) 

Blugerman, Henry, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Extension- 
box-eover machine. 1,573,908 : Feb. 23. 

Bluhni, Charles A., Michigan City, Ind. Shock absorber 
for vehicles. 1,602,328; Oct. 5. 

Bluhm, Harold J., Muskegon Heights, Mich., assignor to 
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Bowling pin. 1.568.313 : Jan. 5. 

Bluhm, Leo, New York, N. Y. Woven fabric. Des. 
69,250: Jan. 19. 

Bluhm, Leo, New York, N. Y. Woven fabric or similar 
article. Des. 70,462 ; June 29. 

Bluhm, Leo. New York, N. Y. Woven fabric or similar 
article. Des. 70,463 ; June 29. 

Bluhm. Leo, New York, N. Y. Woven fabric or similar 
article. Dos. 70.782 : Aug. 10. 

Blum, Abraham S., and M. Bloom, Jersey City, N. J. 
Adjustable crane. 1,585,961 ; May 25. 

Blum, Charles. Suresnes, Prance. Nonslipping device 
for vehicle wheels. 1,587,814 : June 8. 

Blum, Charles R., Chicago, 111. Desk easel. Des. 71,127 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Blum, Hosmer, San Francisco, Calif. Mixing apparatus. 
1.588.693; June 15. 

Blum, Hosmer, San Francisco, Calif. Mixing apparatus. 
1,607,811 ; Nov. 23. 

Blum, Jerome, I'elham, N. Y. Game apparatus. 
1,593,421 July 20. 

Blum, Joseph K., Scarsdale, and D. L. Braine, Brookiyn. 
assignors to K-B Pulverizer Corporation, New York. 
N. Y. Pulverized-fuel apparatus. 1,570,037; Jan. 19. 

Blum, Katharine E., New York, N. Y. Antiskid device. 
1.596,796 : Aug. 17. 

Blumberg, Herman, Brooklvn, N. Y. Electrical switch. 
1,599,315 ; Sept. 7. 

Blumberg, Ralph, Baltimore, Md. Emergency apparatus 
for damaged ships. 1.573.909 ; Feb. 23. 

Blume, Emile, Harburg-on-Elbe, Germany. Exhaust-pipe 
nozzle for locomotives. 1.577,167 : Mar. 16. 

Blume, Harold, Morton, Minn., and V. Gardner, Fairview, 
Mont. Pipe holder. 1,598.550 ; Aug. 31. 

Blume, Louis C, Chicago, 111. Radiodetector. 1,590,224 ; 
June 29. 

Blume. Louis G., New York, N. Y. Publiclv-visible 
speed indicator. 1,592,072 ; July 13. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
cate, Los Angeles, Calif. Treating phosphate material. 
1.588.651 ; June 15. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
cate. Los Angeles, Calif. Making fertilizer. 1,591,270 ; 
July 6. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr.. assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
cate, Los Angeles, Calif. Reducing phosphate rock. 
1,591,271 ; July 0. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
dicate, Los Angeles, Calif. Treating phosphate rock. 
1,591.272; July 6. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syn- 
dicate, Los Angeles, Calif. Making diammonium phos- 
phate. 1,601,233; Sept. 28. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
cate, Los Angeles, Calif. Treating vanadium com- 
pounds. 1,604,630 ; Oct. 26. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., assignor to Stockholders Syndi- 
cate, Los Angeles, Calif. Making phosphoric acid. 
1.609.239 ; Nov. 30. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., Moapa, Nev., assignor to Stock- 
holders Syndicate, Los Angeles, Calif. Flux for enamel 
glass, and ceramic, materials. 1,001,231 ; Sept. 28. 

Blumenberg, Henry, jr., Moapa, Nev., assignor to Stock- 
holders Syndicate, Los Angeles, Calif. Flux for enamel 
compositions. 1,601.232 ; Sept. 28. 

Blumenfeld, Frances H., Richmond. Calif. Combined 
sanitary shield and receptor. 1,580,464 ; Apr. 13. 

Bluiiienscheit, Max, Port Monmouth, N. J. Heat retainer 
for automobile engines. 1,586.598; June 1. 

Bluuienthal, B., & Co. (See Blumenthal, Robert G., as- 
signor.) 

Blumenthnl, Klla, New York, N. Y. Cap towel. 
1.577,945; Mar. 23. 

Blumeniha), Brail, et al., trustees. (See Fagan, Lewis 
E., assignor.) 

Blumenthi'.!, Louis. Brooklvn, N. Y. Dough-cutting ma- 
chine. 1,592,330 ; July 13. 

Blumenthnl, Robert G., assignor to B. Blumenthal & 
Go., New York. N. Y. Button. Des. 70,819; Aug. 17. 

Bhimontlial. Samuel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Surgical in- 
slmment. 1,000,309; Sept. 21. 

Blumfeldt, Alexander, assignor to Society of Chemical 
Industry In Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Sulphur phenol 
rosin and making same. 1,588,439; June 15. 

Blumlein, Albert, New York. N. Y.. assignor to Parker 
Ventilation Company, Inc. Damper mechanism. 
1.569.113: Jan. 12. 

Bllimner, Frwin, Berlin - Chnrlottenhurg. Germany. 
Method and apparatus for continuous distillation of 
tars and oils. 1,573.370; Fob. 16. 

Blunck, Robert A., Grand Mount, Iowa. Float and indi- 
cator mechanism. 1,692,181 ; July 13. 

Blundell, Eugene W. (See Blundell, William C, as- 
signor.) 



Blundell, William C, assignor of one-half to E. W. Blun- 
dell, Los Angeles, Calif. Steam and watar governor 
for boilers. 1,579,066 ; Mar. 30. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, N. Y. Auxiliary engine 
support for locomotives. 1,605,091 ; Nov. 2. 

Blunt, James G., Schenectady, N. Y. Locomotive driv- 
ing box. 1,005,092 : Nov. 2. 

Bluxome, John D. (See Taylor, Horace H., assignor.) 

Bly, Charles M„ Tampa, Fla. Lamp stand. Des. 71,045; 
Sept 14. 

Blyantfabriken Viking Limited Liability Company. (See 
Petersen, Waldemar C. A., assignor.) 

Blydenburgh, Harold L., Detroit, Mich. Sediment trap. 
1,574,336 ; Feb. 23. 

Blyth, Homer A., Anchorage, Alaska. Artificial tooth. 
1,590,074: Aug. 17. 

Boadle, Sidney C, Kensington, Victoria, Australia. 
Cramp. 1,580,083 ; Apr. 6. 

Boal, Arthur R., and C. O'Brien, New York, N. Y. Press. 
1.006.729 ; Nov. 9. 

Boal, Stanhope, W. S. Ross, and J. Dilworth, assignors to 
The Favorite Stove & Range Company, Piqua, Ohio. 
Stove. 1,584,973; May 18. 

Boals, Harry R. (See Gray, D. E., Bonis, and Bailey.) 

Boardman, Charles H., Columbus, Ohio. Crib side latch. 
1,589.352; June 22. 

Boardman, Edwin A., Hoquiam, assignor to J. F. O'Brien, 
Seattle, Wash. Adjustable stilt. 1,571,919; Feb. 2. 

Boardman, Frank E., Chicago. HI. Elevator-control 
apparatus. 1,000,752; Sept. 21. 

Boardman, Frank E., Chicago, 111. Controlling eleva- 
tors. 1,600,753 ; Sept. 21. 

Boardman, Frank E., jr. (See Boardman, Frank E. and 
F. E., jr.) 

Boardman, Frank E. and F. E.. jr., St. Louis, Mo., as- 
signors of one-half to P. P. Williams, Memphis, Tenn., 
and W. H. Fitzhugh, Vicksburg, Miss. Apparatus 
for controlling elevators. 1,600,751 ; Sept. 21. 

Boas, Andre", assignor to The SoeiSte" Anonyme des En- 
grenages Citroen, Paris, France. Apparatus for use in 
mounting slotting and like tools. 1,587,815; June 8. 

Boaz, Ralph T. (See Hart, W. J., and Boaz.) 

Bobbe\ Dorotbie, New York, N. Y. Powder box. 
1,587,009 ; June 1. 

Bobbitt, Conrad E., Humboldt, assignor of one-eighth to 
W. N. Thweatt and one-half to L. S. Adams, Gibson 
County, Tenn. Battery cabinet. 1.594.090: July 27. 

Bobbitt, James F., Greenwood, Miss. Flexible tile roofing. 
1.589,785 ; .Tune 22. 

Boberg, Teofron. (See Sbderlund, O., Boberg, and 
Testrup.) 

Bohins, Robert, Chicago, 111. Buckle. 1.590.S66 ; Aug. 24. 

Bobo, Edward IL, Ranger, Tex. Swinging-door stop. 
1.583,050; May 4. 

Bohrick, Gabriel A., deceased, Los Angeles, Calif.: M. F. 
Bobrick, special administratrix. Liquid-soap dispenser. 
1,586,397 ; May 25. 

Bobrick, Gabriel A., deceased, Los Angeles, Calif. : M. E. 
Bobrick, special administratrix. Liquid dispenser. 
1,586,39S ; May 25. 

Bobrick, Mary E., special administratrix. (See Bobrick, 
Gabriel A.) 

Bobrovsky. Igor S. (See Barton, F. C, and Bobrovsky.) 

Bobrow, Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hinge and the hingedly 
connecting of temples to frames of spectacles. 
1,582,898 ; May 4. 

Bobrow, Jacob, assignor to Bobrow Optical Mfg. Co., Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Spectacle frame. Des. 09,435; 
Feb. 10. 

Bobrow Optical Mfg. Co. (See Bobrow, Jacob, assignor.) 

Bobst, Henri, Lausanne, Switzerland, assignor to Socigte" 
AnonymS Marinoni Machines et Materiel pour l'lm- 
primerie et les Industries Annexes, Paris, France. Re- 
ceiving device for cutting machines of the rotary type 
for paper or pasteboard and like machines. 1,509,256; 
Jan. 12. 

Bobst, Henri, Lausanne, Switzerland, assignor to Eta- 
blisscmeuts Marioni, Socigte! Anonyme, Paris, France. 
Mechanism for the margining and the feeding of 
sheets to rotary machines. 1.574.784; Mar. 2. 

Boby, Robert, Limited. (See Allingham, S., and Soenens, 
assignors.) 

Boechino, Ernest. Newark, N. J. Illustrative toy. Des. 
70.045 ; July 27. 

Boechino. Ernest, Passaic, assignor to Up To Date Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Jersey City, N. J. Sound-producing 
device. 1.568.543 ; Jan. 5. 

Boechino. Ernest, Passaic, assignor to TJp To Date Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc.. Jersey City, N. J. Sound-emit- 
ting device. 1,580,399; May 25. 

Boechino, Ernest, M. De Cesare, Newark, N. J., and A. 
Bernheimer. New York, N. Y. Combined toy clock and 
windmill. Des. 71,002 ; Sept. 7. 

Boechino, Joe, Utica, N. Y. Machine for forming cement 
blocks. 1,574,597 : Feb. 23. 

Boeei, Hugo, San Francisco, Calif. Glove. 1,012,253; 
Dec. 28. 

Booh, Carl. Calgary, Alberta. Canada. Poultry sticking 
and bleeding frame. 1.589,100; June 15. 

Bbcher, Karl, Brambauer, Germany. Method of and 
apparatus for cleaning and conserving hoist cables. 
1,575,520; Mar. 2. 



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Bochman, Otto II., Tyndall, S. Dak. Belt guiding and 
holding means. 1,609,790; Dec. 7. 

Bock Bearing Company, The. (See Flaherty, John F., 
assignor.) 

Bock, Charles A., and A. Goertz, New York, N. Y. Floor 
push-button device for plumbing. 1,589.353 ; June 22. 

Bock, Charles S., assignor to Andrew Hoffman Mfg. Co., 
Cbicaeo, 111. Metal casement window. 1,573,538 ; 
Feb. i6. 

Bock, Charles S., assignor to Andrew Hoffman Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, 111. Closure-fastening bolt. 1,590,803 ; 
June 29. 

Bock, Frank, Hegewisch, 111., assignor to Pressed Steel 
Car Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sheathing-applying de- 
vice. 1,598.517 ; Aug. 31. 

Bockiseh, Heinrich, deceased, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., bj 
G. W. Gittins, administrator, assignor to Welte-Mi- 
gnon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Automatic musical 
instrument. 1,572,857 ; Feb. 9. 

Bockius. Walter A., Wilmette, assignor to Tideman, 
Whetter, Bockius, Chicago, 111. Electrical condenser. 
1.608.922 : Nov. 30. 

Bockmiihl, Max, Hochst-on-the-Main, and W. H. Ludwig, 
assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, 
Frankfort, Germany. Bismuth compound of amino- 
phenols and making same. 1,604,143 ; Oct. 26. 

Boda, Joseph E., Moline, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Moline Implement Company. Plow. 
1.603.018 ; Oct. 12. 

Boda, Joseph E., Moline, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Moline Implement Company. Implement 
hitch. 1,603,019; Oct. 12. 

Bodan, Herman, Saukville, Wis. Automobile curtain 
clamp. 1,5S5,228 ; May 18. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Speed- 
regulator system. 1,580,368; Apr. 13. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regula- 
tor system. 1,606,743 ; Nov. 16. 

Boddie, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Water- 
wheel regulator. 1,612,351 ; Dec. 28. 

Boddy, Donald W. (See Frazier, R. T., Boddy, and 
Hamlin.) 

Boden, George, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Sco- 
vill Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Mark- 
ing pin. 1,580,579 ; Apr. 13. 

Boden, George. G. A. King, and L. B. Chapman, assignors 
to Scovill Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn. 
Double-pointed-pin fastener. 1,604,801 ; Oct. 26. 

Boden, Oliver, Birmingham, England. Axle brace for 
cantilever-spring vehicles. 1, 60s, 053 ; Nov. 30. 

Bodenschatz, August, assignor to Fletcher Works, In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Lock. 1,582,791 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bodenstedt, Wilhelm, Wilmington, Del. Water-cooling 
attachment for refrigerators. 1,585,830 ; May 25. 

Bodfish, Howes, assignor to Co-Operative Utilities Co., 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Spraying apparatus. 1,574,1S3 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Borlholdt, Aksel K. (See Speer, A. S., assignor.' 

Bodholdt, Aksel K., et al. (See Speer, Alexander S., as- 
signor.) 

Bodholdt, Aksel K., et al., trustees. (See Speer, Alex- 
ander S., assignor.) 

Bodiker, Dallas A., and B. Fiala, Dayton, Ohio. Shield 
for box-office windows. 1.600.924 ; Sept. 21. 

Bodin, George. (See Pray, T. E., and Bodin.) 

Bodine. Alfred V., and J. M. Lucarelle, assignor to Dicta- 
phone Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Acoustical de- 
vice. 1,606,744; Nov. 16. 

Bodine Electric Company. (See Hill, Frank L., as- 
signor.) 

Bodker, John W., Ponchatoula, La. Garment hanger. 

1,571,087 ; Jan. 26. 
Bodkin, John A., New York, N. Y. Car stop. 1,611,714 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bodman. Walter L., assignor to R. M. Turner, New 
York, N. Y. Vacuum valve. 1.594,192 ; July 27. 

Bodman, Walter L., New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Royalties Corporation. Valve. 
1.600,500: Nov. 9. 

Bodurtha, Walter H., assignor to Sunray Stove Company, 
Delaware, Ohio. Gas range. Des. 71,319 ; Oct. 26. 

Bodurtha, Walter H., assignor to Sunray Stove Com- 
pany, Delaware, Ohio. Combined stove and cabinet 
interconnecting means. 1,590,721 ; June 29. 
Boe, Harry F. (See Hazard, G. B., and Boe.) 

Boe, Helmer J. (See Kochendorfer, F. S., aud Boe.l 
Boe, Helmer J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. .Safety 
device for clutch mechanisms. 1,579,206 ; Apr. 6. 

Boe, Helmer J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Strand-twist- 
ing machine. 1.609.455: Dec. 7. 

Boeck, Percy A., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Celite Company. Treating filtra- 
tion residues for reuse. 1,571,042 ; Jan. 26. 
Boeckenhauer, Harold E., Faulkton, S. Dak. Flash light. 

1,609,901 ; Dec. 7. 
Boeckh Company, Limited, The. (See Kirkpatrick, Henrv 
J., assignor.) 



Boedeker, Anthony, Cincinnati, and J. S. Wentworth, 
Norwood, assignors to Grandtone Radio Corporation, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Rheostat. 1,610,415 ; Dec. 14. 

Boedeker, Anthony, Cincinnati, and J. S. Wentworth, 
Norwood, assignors to Grandtone Radio Corporation, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Induction coil. 1,610.416 ; Dec. 14. 

Boedeker, Anthony, Cincinnati, and J. S. Wentworth, 
Norwood, assignors to Grandtone Radio Corporation, 
Cincinnati. Ohio. Radiocondenser. 1,610,417 ; Dec. 14. 

Boedtcher, Franz A., Bergenfield, N. J. Illuminated di- 
rectional signal for elevators. 1,568,954 ; Jan. 12. 

Boegehold, Alfred L. (See Williams, H. M., and Boege- 
hold.) 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Re- 
search Corporation. Dayton, Ohio. Internal-combus- 
tion-engine cylinder and making same. 1,594,446 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Boegehold, Hans, assignor to the Firm of C. Zeiss, Jena, 
Germany. Group of lenses. 1,578,259 ; Mar. 30. 

Boehm, Henry M., Minneapolis, Minn. Carton. Des. 
70,312; June 8. 

Boehm, N. A., (See Dearmann, James, assignor.) 

Boehm, Walter, Hutchinson, Ivans. Laundry net. 
1.58S.695 : June 15. 

Boehmer, Gustavus H., St. Louis, Mo. Shoe last. 
1.575.527 ; Mar. 2. 

Boehmer, Norris, Montclair, N. J., assignor to Chadeloid 
Chemical Company. Resinous composition containing 
chlorinated rubber. 1.572,065 ; Feb. 9. 

Boehmer, Rudolph J., Portland, Oreg. Two-cycle gas 
engines. 1,574,062; Feb. 23. 

Boehmer, William J. (See Rancier, Charles A., assignor.) 

Boehner, John W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Carburetor and the 
like. 1,612,352 ; Dec. 28. 

Boehringer, C. F., & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Rothmann, 
Albert, assignor.) 

Boehringer, C. H., Sohn. (See Rahn, Franz, assignor.) 

Boeliringer, C. H., Sohn. (See Thiele, Hans, assignor.) 

Boehringer, C. H., Sohn, Chemische Fabrik, Neider-In- 
gelheim a. Rhein. (See Dengler, Otto, assignor.) 

Boeknoogen, Isaac E., a7id E. R. Ames, Aitkin, Minn. 
Towing device. 1,579,504 ; Apr. 6. 

Boelter, August D., Applet on. Wis. Cabinet for ice- 
cream cones or the like. 1,595,703 ; Aug. 10. 

Boening, Ernest, Yonkers, N. Y. Propeller. 1,597,175 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Boenning, Henry R., Morton Grove, 111. Cable-attaching 
device. 1,605,503 ; Nov. 2. 

Boerngen, Max E., Kansas Citv. Mo. Mechanical move- 
merit. 1.591,208 ; July 6. 

Boertlein, John C, assignor to The Orasselli Chemical 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for analyzing by 
heat of reaction. 1.594.593: Aug. 3. 

Boes, George F., La Fayette, Ind. Tile-making machine. 
1,569.257 ; Jan. 12. 

Boes. Heinrich, Bonn, Germany. Clamping chuck. 
1.568,869 : Jan. 5. 

Boesche, Walter, Plymouth, Pa. Aircraft. 1,580,950 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Boettoher, Martin, Clifton, N. J. Football tee. 
1,608,301 ; Nov. 23. 

Boeye. Paul F., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Waldorf 
Paper Products Company. Fiber shipping case, 
1,607,050 ; Nov. 16. 

Bogan, Ralph A. L., Hibbing, Minn. Heater valve. 
1,600,793; Sept. 21. 

Bogaty, Hermann, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz. In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Cooling fan-shaft bear- 
ings of driers. 1,581 ,911 ; Apr. 20. 

Bogaty, Hermann, assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, Incor- 
porated. Philadelphia, Pa. Clamp. 1,604.875 ; Oct. 26. 

Bogdan, Frank D., Rochester, N. Y. Saw-grinding at- 
tachment for saw trimmers. 1.590,412 ; June 29. 

Boger, Robert C. Philadelphia, Pa. Softening, spinning, 
and twisting artificial silk. 1,586,647 ; June 1. 

Bogert & Carlbugh Company, The. (See Bogert, Eugene, 
assignor.) 

Bogert-Carlough Company, The. (See Neeb, William 
M.. assignor.) 

Bogert, Eugene, Ridgewood, assignor to The Bogert & 
Carlough Company, Paterson, N. J. Window ventila- 
tor. 1.605,388 ; Nov. 2. 

Bogert, Marston T., New York, N. Y. Dyestuff inter- 
mediates. 1,574.337 ; Feb. 23. 

Bogg. William A., Fairfield. Conn. Electric motor lock. 
1,591,606 ; July 6. 

Boggero, Louis, and A. Cavalla, New York, N. Y., and C. 
Morsani, West New York. N. J. Dispensing tube. 
1.610.484 ; Dec. 14. 

Boggiano-Pico, Luigi, Turin, Italy. Apparatus for treat- 
ing organic residues. 1.595.445 ; Aug. 10. 

Boggiano, Victor J., Chicago, 111. Automatic safety emer- 
gency valve for oil tanks and other containers of in- 
flammable fluids. 1,573.798; Feb. 23. 

Boggs, Atwood L. (See Davis, L. V., and Boggs.) 

Bogin, Charles. (See Brown. B. K.. and Bogin.) 

Bogin, Charles. (See Legg, D. A., and Bogin.) 

Bogin, Charles, assignor to Commercial Solvents Cor- 
poration, Terre Haute, Ind. Polymerization of buty- 
raldehyde. 1,576,503 ; Mar. 16. 

Bogin, Morris. (See Shelters. F. C, and Bogin.) 

Bogle, Chesley M.. Seattle, Wash. Concentrated sauer- 
kraut juice. 1,596,233 ; Aug. 17. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bogle, John C, Oak Park, assignor to Cook Electric 
Company, Chicago, 111. Electric fuse. 1,596,234 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bogle, John C, assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Renewable electric fuse. 1,612,251 ; Dec. 28. 

Rohan Textile Machinery Company. (See Crain, Wil- 
liam E., assignor.) 

Bohan, William J., St. Paul, Minn. Method and appa- 
ratus for washing locomotive boilers. 1,571,928 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bohannon, Claude S., assignor of one-half to W. E. 
Stevens, Nokomis, Fla. Bathing barge. 1,569,910 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bohatka, Joseph S., Chicago, 111. Window. 1,603,831 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bohl, Hugo, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., New York, N. Y. Bracket back for 
lighting fixtures. Des. 71,542 ; Nov. 30. 

Bohl, Hugo, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., New York, N. Y. Frame for lanterns. 
Des. 71,632 ; Dec. 14. 

Bohl, Hugo, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., New York, N. Y. Lighting fixture. 
Des. 71,633 ; Dec. 14. 

Bohl, Hugo, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Radiant Light- 
ing Fixture Co., New York, N. Y. Arm for lighting 
fixtures. Des. 71,634 ; Dec. 14. 

Bohl, Hugo, Pershing, Mo. Cattle gap. 1,590,878; 
June 29. 

Bohler, Ernst, Rosselange, France. Vertical heating 
furnace. 1,586,599; June 1. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard 
and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Automatic switch. 
1,569,450 ; Jan. 12. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard 
and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Ringer. 
1,584,506; May 11. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and 
Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Variable inductance. 
1,595,752 ; Aug. 10. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and 
Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Head receiver 6et. 
1,598,042 ; Aug. 31. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., Chicago, and E. J. Nielsen, Oak 
Park, assignors to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply 
Company, Chicago, 111. Winding machine. 1,588,15S ; 
June 8. 

Bohlman, Ernest A., and M. B. Stazak, assignors to Kel- 
logg Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. 
Transformer. 1,603,S32 ; Oct. 19. 

Bohmbach, Chris J.. Red Wing. Minn. Shade attach- 
ment for automobiles. 1,584,722 ; May 18. 

Bohme, Kurt, Siemensstadt, and O. Rinkow, St. Wannsee, 
assignors to Siemens & Halske Aktiengesellschaft, Wer- 
nerwerk, Siemensstadt bei Berlin, Germany. Electro- 
magnetic switch. 1,609,985 ; Dec. 7. 

Bohmker, John C, Kankakee, assignor to Sears, Roebuck 
and Co., Chicago, 111. Flywheel. 1,590,493 ; June 29. 

Bohmker, John C, Kankakee, assignor to Sears, Roebuck 
and Co., Chicago, 111. Seed sower. 1,605.210; Nov. 2. 

Bohn & Herber Maschinenfabrik und Eisengiesserei. (See 
Finkhaus, Oskar, assignor.) 

Bohn, Martin, assignor to The Kevless Lock Company, 
Indianapolis, Iud. Furniture. 1.571,230 ; Feb. 2. 

Bohn. Wesley E., Corsicana, Tex. Ice-cold ice box. 
1,581.609 ; Apr. 20. 

Bonne, Walter T., et al. (See Miller, Fred A., assignor.) 

Bobnenblust, Arnold, Riley, Kans. Antifreezing device. 
1,580.111; Apr. 13. 

Bohnhardt, Charles F. H., assignor to H. D. Harvey, 
Baltimore, Md. Thermostatic control device. 1,569,312 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bohnhardt, Charles F. H., assignor of one-half to J. R. 
Baril, Long Beach. Calif. Liquid seal for floating roofs. 
1.597,046; Aug. 24. 

Bohon, William J.. Seattle, Wash. Range-boiler insulator 
casing. 1,600,858 ; Dec. 7. 

Bohrer, Raymond E. (See Payne, W. B., Tiefel, and 
Bohrer.) 

Boicc, William T., Moline, 111. Horseshoe Gard game. 
1,505.140; Aug. 10. 

Boirault, Louis. Paris. France. Momentum brake for 
railway vehicles. 1,587,364 ; June 1. 

Boissct, Charles L, New Orleans, La. Motor. 1,590.225 ; 
June 29. 

Bolsset, Charles L., New Orleans, La. Hydraulic steer- 
ing apparatus for tractors. 1.590.220; June 29. 

Boizard, Raoul, Paris, France. Mirror of reflector water- 
level gauges. 1,576,897 ; Mar. 16. 

Rokcr. Vitus A. (Sec Staude, E. G., and'Boker.) 

Bokum, William F.. .Tenkintowii. assignor to Proctor and 
Schwartz, Incorporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Garnett 
machine. 1,575,528 ; Mar. 2. 

Bui. Cornells, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Seallng-off machine. 1,601,002 
Oct. 5. 

Bol. Cornells, and B. van dor Pol, assignors to N. V. 
Philips' Gloeilampenfabricken. Eindhoven, Netherlands. 
Electric discharge tube. 1,590,413; June 29, 

Roland, William I'. (See Dougherty, John J., assignor.) 

Bold, Albert J., and K. J. Thorsby, assignors to Cali- 
fornia Corrugated Culvert Company, Oakland, Calif. 
Check gate. 1,576,712 ; Mar. 16. 



Bold, Frederick W., Chelsea, Mass., assignor to C. H. 
Pearson, Brookline, Mass. Release lever. 1,569,911 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bold, Frederick W., Chelsea, assignor to Boston Clock 
Company, Boston, Mass. Time-controlled motor. 
1,583,954; May 11. 

Bolda, Bernard J. (See Hadjeff, C. V., and Bolda.) 

Boldizzoni, Teobaldo G. (See Brody, W., and Boldiz- 
zoni.) 

Boldt, John R., and D. C. Ferguson, Blairsville, Ind. Air 
cleaner. 1,603,020 ; Oct. 12. 

Boldt, John R., S. A. Ranson, and A. W. Mellon, Blairs- 
ville, Pa. Dump truck. 1,578,630 ; Mar. 30. 

Boldt, Oscar J., Appleton, Wis. Display and wrapping 
counter. 1,609,054 ; Nov. 30. 

Boldy, Tempest, Bradford, England. Drying machine. 
1,601,994 ; Oct. 5. 

Bolen. Cbarles C, Danville, Va., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Temporary cloth-roll 
support for looms. 1,586,600 ; June 1. 

Bolenbaugh, Burton R„ et al. (See Bolenbaugh, Ray S., 
assignor.) 

Bolenbaugh, Cyrus, et al. (See Bolenbaugh, Ray S., 
assignor.) 

Bolenbaugh, Ray S., assignor of one-third to B. R. Bolen- 
baugh and one-third to C. Bolenbaugh, Jackson, Mich. 
Piston ring. 1,576,402 ; Mar. 9. 

Bolender, Joel D., and E. R. Creamer, assignors to The 
George R. Carter Company, Connersville, Ind. Molding 
for automobile tops. 1,581,670 ; Apr. 20. 

Bolens, Harry W. (See Murakami, Rin N., assignor.) 

Bolens, Harry W. (See Strife, George T., assignor.) 

Bolger, Robert S., New York, N. Y. Container. 1,588,933 ; 
June 15. 

Bolgiano, John F. (See Kennedy, F. M., and Bolgiano.) 

Bolgiano, John F., Dayton, Ohio. Adjustable idler 
structure. 1,588.159 ; June 8. 

Boling, Lillian M., Hendersonville, N. C. Garment 
hanger. 1.586,400 : May 25. 

Bolingbroke, Charles W. H.. Los Angeles, Calif. Package- 
sealing device. 1,573,669 ; Feb. 16. 

Bolingbroke, Charles W. H., assignor to E. L. Thomson 
Co. Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Container. 1,578,066 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Boll. Henry C, North Little Rock, Ark. Safety valve for 
pneumatic tires. 1,605,643 ; Nov. 2. 

Boiler, Frank, Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to The Cut- 
ler-Hammer Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Rheostat hav- 
ing molded base. 1,612,174 ; Dec. 28. 

Bolles, William B., Milwaukee, Wis. Antipanic-lock- 
operating mechanism. 1,598,116 ; Aug. 31. 

Bolles, William B., Milwaukee, Wis. Antipanic-lock- 
operating mechanism. 1,598,117 ; Aug. 31. 

Bolli, Henry, Bronx, N. Y. Saw gauge. 1,571,231 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Boiling, Carl O. T., Irwin, Pa. Drawing Implement. 
1,584,507 ; May 11, 1926. 

Boiling, John E., Newark. N. J. Air humidifying and 
cleaning apparatus. 1,587,277 ; June 1. 

Boiling, Robert P., Detroit, Mich. Bake oven. 1,594,447 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bollinger, George T., Lockport, La. Valve. 1,569,417 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bollinger, Jesse F., Meridian Corners, Calif. Prune 
turner. 1,580,805; Apr. 13. 

Bollman, Hermann, Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to M. F. Foster, trustee, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Increasing the durability of pure salad or 
sweet oils. 1.575,529 ; May 2. 

Bollmann, Hermann, Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Mary F. Foster, Washington, 
D. C, trustee. Producing an article of food. 
1.600.052: Nov. 9. 

Bolmer Manufacturing Company, The. (See Beery, John 
H., assignor.) 

Bolt, Joseph C, Boundbrook, N. J. Method and appara- 
tus for vulcanizing inner tubes or the like. 1,583,520 ; 
May 4. 

Bolte, John W., Indianapolis. Ind. Shipping container 
for small live animals. 1,606,689 ; Nov. 9. 

Bolton, Archer L., North Andover, Mass. Built-up jacket 
for Jordan-engine plugs. 1,576,504 ; Mar. 16. 

Bolton, Archer L., North Andover, Mass. Tightening 
means for Jordan shell linings. 1,588,297 ; June 8. 

Bolton, Edith M., Gerrards Cross, England. Wringer. 
1.603.73S; Oct. 19. 

Bolton, George W., Highland Park, Mich. Fishhook 
holder. 1.578.631 ; Mar. 30. 

Bolton, Henry S., Spartanburg, S. C. Barge. 1,604,676 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Bolton, John II. (See Badding, Nicholas, assignor.) 

Bolton, Mell A., Detroit, Mich. Internal-combustion en- 
gine. 1.582,241 ; Apr. 27. 

Bolton, Wright, jr., New Bedford. Mass. Edge-winding 
compressor for winders. 1.587,503 ; June 8. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Turbine- 
driven locomotive. 1,592,331 ; July 13. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland. Condensing 
plant for vehicles. 1,603.059 ; Oct. 12. 

Boltshauser, Heinrich. Zurich. Switzerland. Water-re- 
cooling apparatus for condensing plants on steam- 
driven vehicles. 1,610.212 ; Dec. 7. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Boltz. Fred S., Mansfield, Mass. Combination truck and 

extractor basket. 1,608,692 ; Nov. 30. 
Bolz, Frank K., Somerville, Mass. Convertible trunk. 

1,593,745; July 27. 
Bolz, Julius A., assignor to New England Trunk Co., 

Everett, Mass. Weatherproof trunk. 1.593,746 ; 

July 27. 
Boinah, Frank W., Moro, Ark. Convertible plow frame. 

1,571,995; Feb. 9. 
Bomhard. Karl, Munich, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Frederick Pfeiffer & Co. Inc., New York, 

N. Y. Vaginal syringe. 1,581,508 ; Apr. 20. 
Bommarito, Paul, Detroit, Mich. Composition for the 

treatment for goiter. 1,580,400 ; Apr. 13. 
Bommer, Emil, Playgrounds Foundation, Inc. (See Bom- 

mer, Emil, assignor.) 
Bommer, Emil, assignor to Emil Bommer Playgrounds 

Foundation, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game. 1,578,632 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Bonaccolta, Louis, Houston, Tex. Refrigerator. 1,610,244 ; 

Dec. 14. 
Bonamy, Edward L., et al. (See Chittenden, Coy W., as- 
signor.) 
Bonat, Harry. (See Bonat, Samuel and H.) 
Bonat, Harry, et al. (See Lewis, Lazar, assignor.) 
Bonat, Samuel, et al. (See Lewis, Lazar, assignor.) 
Bonat, Samuel, & Bro. (See Lewis, Lazar, assignor.) 
Bonat, Samuel and H., New York, N. Y. Fastening de- 
vice. 1,595,595 ; Aug. 10. 
Bonaventura, Francisco, Rosario, Argentina. Sieve. 

1,598,419 ; Aug. 31. 
Bond, David L. (See McReynolds, Carson, assignor.) 
Bond, Edgar A., Raman, N. Mex. Reserve-fuel-supply 

tank. 1,569,114 ; Jan. 12. 
Bond. Edward S., Birmingham, England. Machine for 

making wire netting. 1,588,088 ; June 8. 
Bond Foundry & Machine Company. (See Bowen, James, 

assignor.) 
Bond Foundry & Machine Company et al. (See Gallagher, 

J. F., and Noros, assignors.) 
Bond, Frank A., assignor to United States Chain & 

Forging Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Antiskid device. 

1,577,6S4; Mar. 23. 
Bond, Frank J., Bravo, Mich. Hinge. 1,5S9,507 ; 

June 22. 

Bond, Herman A., Sacramento, Calif. Electric blow- 
torch. 1.609,859; Dec. 7. 

Bond, Ignatius. Evanston. 111. Screen for X-ray photog- 
raphy. 1,606,397 ; Nov. 9. 

Bonde, John E., assignor of one-half to J. E. Dailcy, 
Providence, R. I. Exercising apparatus. 1,578,633 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bondi, Joseph, (See Miller, Nicholas S., assignor.) 

Bone, Evan P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sound producer. 
1,580,112; Apr. 13. 

Bone, Evan P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Headlamp. 1,59S,043 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bone, Evan P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Headlamp. 1,598,044 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bone, William A., Londpn, England. Treatment of cer- 
tain fuels to improve their calorific value. 1,594,994 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bonell, Lawrence, Chicago, 111. Percolator. 1,574,021 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Bonell, Lawrence, Chicago, 111. Percolator. 1.601,671 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bonell, Ralph K. (See Demarest, C. S., and Bonell.) 

Bonell, Ralph K., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Selector cir- 
cuits. 1,577.514 ; Mar. 23. 

Bonell, Ralph K., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Selective sig- 
naling circuits for carrier systems. 1,577,515 ; Mar. 23. 

Bonette, Eva F., Kansas City. Mo. Fastening device for 
ironing-board covers. 1,606,053 ; Nov. 9. 

Bongaidt, Ernst, Mainz-on-the-Rhine, Germany. Self- 
unloading vehicle. 1,595,988 ; Aug. 17. 

Bongers, Arnold H., assignor of one-half to G. Boudou, 
London, England. Heater for permanent hair wav- 
ing. 1.573.761 ; Feb. 16. 

Bonhote, Gerald. (See de Montmollin, G.,'and BonhSte.) 

Bonifacio, Fernando C, San Francisco, Calif. Keyhole 
guard. 1,596.711 ; Aug. 17. 

Bonine, Charles E., Melrose Park, Pa. Concentrator. 
1,569,451 ; Jan. 12. 

Bonine. Charles E., Melrose Park, assignor to Antiscale 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Prevention of scaling 
and encrustation. 1.568,714 ; Jan. 5. 

Bonine, Charles E., Melrose Park, Pa. Electrical con- 
denser. 1,611,990 ; Dec. 28. 

Bonn. Carl C, San Jose, Calif. Ticket holder. Des. 
71,171; Oct. 5. 

Bonneau, Isaac, assignor of one-half to P. H. Taddey, 
Wauwatosa, Wis. Clothesline fastener. 1,587,141 ; 
June 1. 

Bonnell, John C.. League City, Tex. Map game. 
1.602.841 ; Oct. 12. 

Bonnell, William A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cable-box anchor- 
age. 1,508.131 ; Jan. 5. 

Bonnemort. Edgar. (See Farrar, Charles B„ assignor.) 

Bonnet, Francois, Villefranche-sur-Saone, France. Ma- 
chine for molding building blocks and the like. 
1,574,753 ; Mar. 2. 



Bonnet, Jean, St. Etienne, France. Automatically-operat- 
ed jack for supporting walls of buildings. 1,570,429 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bonnett, Clarence E., New Orleans, La. Artificial bait 
for fishing. 1,581,833 ; Apr. 20. 

Bonnett, Clarence E., New Orleans, La. Artificial bait for 
fishing. 1,602,329 ; Oct. 5. 

Bonnette, Ralph W. S., Washington, D. C. Receiver for 
radio and telephone apparatus. 1,586,140 : May 25. 

Bonney, George C. (See MacBride, G. W.. and Bonney.) 

Bonney, Henry L., North Andover, assignor to The David 
Brown Company, Lawrence, Mass. Automatically- 
threading shuttle. 1,583,387 ; May 4. 

Bonney, Jesse T., Franklin, Va. Check-controlled liquid- 
dispensing machine. 1,580,113 ; Apr. 13. 

Bonney, John C. G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pad for window- 
washing apparatus. 1,570,200 ; Jan. 19. 

Bonney, John C. G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Window-washing 
apparatus. 1,570,201 ; Jan. 19. 

Bonnot Company, The. (See Bonnot, L. C, and Barker, 
assignors.) 

Bonnot, Louis C., Louisville, and W. M. Barker, assignors 
to The Bonnot Company, Canton, Ohio. Pulverizing 
mill. 1,589,740; June 22. 

Bonnot, Louis C, Louisville, and W. M. Barker, assignors 
to The Bonnot Company, Canton, Ohio. Pulverizing 
mill. 1,5S9,741 ; June 22. 

BonofC, Harry A., Los Angeles, Calif. Dental amal- 
gamator. 1,578,067 ; Mar. 23. 

Bonoff, Harry A.. Los Angeles, Calif. Acto-passive plane 
anglers. 1,581,913 ; Apr. 20. 

Bonoff Harry A., Los Angeles. Calif. Protrusion-bite re- 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 
1,570,123 ; Jan. 19. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,597,047 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,599,403 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kinsington, Pa. Car roof. 
1,602.638 ; Oct. 12. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,245 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,246 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. II. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,247 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,248 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,249 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 1,610,250 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Manufacturing 
carlines. 1.611,715: Dec. 21. 

Bonsall, Charles D., New Kensington. Pa., assignor to 
Union Metal Products Company, Chicago, 111. Device 
for operating car couplers. 1,588,696 ; June 15. 

Bonsall, Charles D., New Kensington, Pa., assignor to 
Union Metal Products Company, Chicago, 111. Device 
for operating car couplers. 1,588,697 ; June 15. 
corder. 1.581,914 ; Apr. 20. 

Bonstein, Robert J. (See Barrantes, R., Bonstein, and 
Replogle.) 

Bontempi. Giuseppe, Fort Lee, N. J. Cameograph. 
1.589.933 : June 22. 

Bonus, George Y., Chicago, III., and E. Kidwell, assign- 

. ors, by mesne assignments, to Kidwell Boiler Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Boiler apparatus for utiliz- 
ing the waste gases from cement kilns. 1,5S5,754; 
May 25. v. 

Bonzer, Clarence A., Lidgerwood, N. Dak. Calculating 
device. 1,593.484 ; July 20. 

Book, Vernon L., et al. (See Worth, Herbert A., as- 
signor.) 

Booker, Richard A., Richmond, Ind. Piston ring. 
1,598,045; Aug. 31. 

Booker, Richard A., assignor to Richmond Piston Ring 
Co., Richmond. Ind. Peening tool. 1.585.327 ; May 18 

Booker, Russell E., Windber, Pa. Mining machine 
1.572,066 ; Feb. 9. 

Booker, Russell E., Windber, Pa. Mine drill. 1,572,067 
Feb. 9. 

Booker, William E., Baltimore, Md. Gas cock. 1,590,074 
June 22. 

Bookman, George M., Mallow, assignor to Covington Ma- 
chine Company, Inc., Covington, Va. Clinker ex- 
tractor. 1,576.132 ; Mar. 9. 

Booksh, George W., jr., Sherburne, La. Dehydrating 
plant. 1,588,298 ; June 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Boomer, George A., assignor to The Plume & Atwood 
Mfg. Co., Waterbury, Conn. Electric cluster lamp. 
1,608,973 ; Nov. 30. 

Boomer, Ralph J. (See Lamoreaux, L., and Boomer.) 

Boomershine, Adam, Dayton, Ohio. Dispensing appara- 
tus. 1,582,963 ; May 4. 

Boone, Clarence E., assignor to R. A. Terry, Long Beach, 
Calif. Snubber. 1,584,075; May 11. 

Boone, Daniel, Mining Machine Company. (See Hess, 
Louis F., assignor.) 

Boone, Daniel, and D. Sevier, Muskogee, Okla. Player 
piano. 1,587,365; June 1. 

Boone, James H. (See Dixon, C. E., and Boone.) 

Boone, Paul H., and G. E. Garner, Phoenix, Ariz. Land 
leveler and scraper. 1,588,005 ; June 8. 

Boone, Rowland H., Springfield, Ohio, assignor to Eden 
Washer Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cylinder for 
washing machines. 1,604,337 ; Oct. 26. 

Booraem, John F. (See Sutphen, R. M., and Booraem.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Finley, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Harton, Jefferson A. G., 
assignor.) 

Boorum & Pease Company. (See Von Auw, A., and 
Finley, assignors.) 

Boos, Frank, Sanger, Calif. Implement for making 
checks or furrows. 1,600,710 : Sept. 21. 

Boosalis, Gus N., et al. (See Simmons, Alfred E., as- 
signor.) 

Boosey, Edward W. M., Detroit, Mich. Closet flange. 
1,594,350 ; Aug. 3. 

Boosey, George, Newport, R. I. Toy figure. 1,588,440 ; 
June 15. 

Boosh, John. (See Taylor, W. A., and Boosh.) 

Bootes, Forster S., Worcester, Mass. Cutting device for 
twisting machines. 1,608,362 ; Nov. 23. 

Booth, Alexander M., Springfield, 111. Rheostat socket 
and plug. 1,609.055 ; Nov. 30. 

Booth, Augustus D., and C. C. Martin, Columbus. Ohio. 
Dumping vehicle. 1,610,738 ; Dec. 14. 

Booth, Charles F., Anniston, Ala., and P. Logue, St. Louis, 
Mo., assignors to Federal Phosphorus Company, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. Removal of borax from alkali-metal 
nitrates. 1,610.485; Dec. 14. 

Booth, Clarence Y., assignor to Atlantic Manufacturing 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Wedge for rubber heels. 
1,583,570 ; May 4. 

Booth Fisheries Company. (See Varney, Frank S., as- 
signor.) 

Booth, Francis J. (See Kozielski, S. A., and Booth.) 

Booth, George, assignor to Miehle Printing Press & Mfg. 
Co., Chicago, 111. Fluid buffer. 1,576,300 ; Mar. 9. 

Booth, George W., New Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Tun- 
nel kiln. 1,585,013 ; May 18. 

Booth, James S., Detroit, Mich. Automobile radiator. 
Des. 70,398 ; June 22. 

Booth, James S., Detroit, Mich. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,576,301 ; Mar. 9. 

Booth, James S., Detroit, Mich. Automobile chassis- 
frame construction. 1,584,723 ; May 18. 

Booth, James V., et al. (See Ehlers, Albert, assignor.) 

Bootb, James W. (See Gay, A., and Booth.) 

Booth, James W., and T. C. Corlass, Keighley, England. 
Loom let-oft mechanism. 1,608,834 ; Nov. 30. 

Booth, Levis M., Plainfickl, N. J. Settling tank. 
1,595,066 ; Aug. 10. 

Booth, Otto. (See Johnson, Clyde A., assignor.) 

Booth, Prentice, North Fond du Lac, Wis. Power-driven 
saw. 1,570,935; Jan. 26. 

Booth, Robert S„ Washington, D. C. Stay bolt. 
1,601,845; Oct. 5. 

Booth, William N., Detroit, Mich. Demountable-rim-se- 
curing means. 1,579,067 ; Mar. 30. 

Booth, William N., Detroit. Mich. Driving lug for de- 
mountable rims. 1,587,142 ; June 1. 

Booth, William N., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle wheel. 
l,. r >x.S,9:S4; June 15. 

Booth, William N.. Detroit, Mich. Demountable-rim 
clamp. 1.591,273; July 6. 

Booth, William N.. Detroit, Mich. Machine for mitering 
spokes. 1,595,067 ; Aug. 10. 

Booth, William N., Detroit. Mich. Tractor brake and 
bumper attachment. 1,595,068: Aug. 10. 

Bootbby, Frederick L. M., Tilford, near Farnham. Eng- 
land. Protection of airships against fire. 1,573,762 : 
Feb. 16. 

Bootbe, Albert, Colfax, Iowa. Musical instrument. 

1,571,315: Feb. 2. 
Boothe, Gardner L., executor. (Sec Janney, Robert E. L.) 
Boothe, Gardner L., executor. (See Janney, Robert E. L. 

assignor.) 

Bootbroyd. Albert V., assignor to Thomas Sunrroerson & 
Sons Limited. Darlington, England. Spring suspension 
for motor and other vehicle's. 1.605.424; Nov. 2. 

Booton, Harry. (See Salmon, II., and Booton.) 

Boots Pure Drug Company Limited. (See Anderson, 
Leonard, assignor.) 

Boots, William C, assignor to Guyot Brothers Company, 
Inc., Attleboro, Mass. Hook. 1,599,112 ; Sept. 7. 

Booty, Philip ('., Cbieago, 111. Carburetor. 1,580,001; 
June 1. 



Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago, assignor, hy mesne assign- 
ments, to L. W. Fricke, Oak Park, 111. Manicurists' 
polishing implement. Des. 70,938 ; Aug. 31. 

Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago,, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to L. W. Frick, Oak Park, 111. Article of manu- 
facture. 1,582,242 ; Apr. 27. 

Booty, Philip C. P., Chicago, assignor by mesne assign- 
ments, to L. W. Fricke, Oak Park, 111. Polishing im- 
plement and polishing strip therefor. 1,588,160 ; 
June 8. 

Booty, Philip C. P., assignor to C. Anson Frary, Chicago, 
111. Toothbrush. 1,592,292 ; July 13. 

Booty, Philip C. P., assignor to M. T. Daley, Chicago, 111. 
Receptacle for face powder and the like. 1,604,093 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Booze, MacDonald C, assignor to American Refractories 
Institute, Pittsburgh, Pa. Refractory and its produc- 
tion. 1,594,402 ; Aug. 3. 

Booze, Macdonald C, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Ceramic safety tile. 1,600,925 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Borah, James J., Huron, S. Dak. Bed attachment for au- 
tomobiles and trailers. 1,595,541 ; Aug. 10. 

Borax Consolidated Limited. (See Kelly, Andrew, as- 
signor.) 

Borch, Nils E., Berkeley, Calif. Radiofrequency trans- 
former. 1,591,507 ; Julv 6. 

Borchardt, Arthur. (See Heil, J. P., and Borchardt.) 

Borchardt, Arthur, assignor to The Heil Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Viilve-controlling means. 1.5S9.934 ; June 22. 

Borcherdt, Walter O., Austinville, Va., assignor to The 
New Jersey Zinc Company. New York, N. Y. Noduli- 
zation of minerals. 1,585,755 ; May 25. 

Borcherdt, Walter O., Austinville, Va., assignor to The 
New Jersey Zinc Company, New York, N. Y. Treat- 
ment of minerals. 1,585,756 ; May 25. 

Borcbert, Albert A., Guadalupe, Tex. Truck. 1,587,366; 
June 1. 

Borchert, William, Faribault, Minn. Tail chaffer. 
1,597,341 ; Aug. 24. 

Borden, Bradford, Cleveland, Ohio. Work holder. 
1,605,162 ; Nov. 2. 

Borden, Bradford, Cleveland, Ohio. Pipe-threading tool. 
1,611,991 ; Dec. 28. 

Borden, Chester A. (See Pillars, H. A., Birchy, and 
Borden.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Frink, Wilbur G., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Mitton, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Nonneman, Ira W., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Taylor, Burt E., assignor.) 

Borden, Edwin A., Oak Park, 111. Means for the treat- 
ment of printing plates. 1,604,015 ; Oct. 19. 

Borden, Edwin A.. Oak Park, 111. Printing plate. 
1,604,016 ; Oct. 19. 

Borden, Frank H. (See Hill. William E., assignor.) 

Borden, James E., Portsmouth, N. H. Hydraulic prime 
mover. 1,580.806 ; Apr. 13. 

Borden, James E., Portsmouth, N- H. Hydraulic motor. 
1,580,807 ; Apr. 13. 

Borden, James E., Portsmouth, N. H. Impelling mech- 
anism. 1,580,808; Apr. 13. 

Borden, John F. (See Oliver, E. L., and Borden.) 

Borden. Moro M., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Sim- 
plex Valve & Meter Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Flow 
controller. 1,602,563 ; Oct. 12. 

Borden, William S., Worcester, Mass. Cue tip and mak- 
ing the same. 1,570,294 ; Jan. 19. 

Border, William N., Kansas City, Mo. Shock absorber. 
1,569,169: Jan. 12. 

Border, William R. Bedford, Pa. Auxiliary drill chuck 
for braces. 1,582,445 ; Apr. 27. 

Bordwell, Ralph L. (See Focrster, E. C, jr., and Bord- 
well.) . 

Bore, Johan. and A. Skoglund, Gottenborg, assignor to 
C. A. A. Westerberg, Stockholm, Sweden. Steam-cleans- 
ing device for locomotive boilers or the like. Rel6,471 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Boreau, Gabriel. (See Aubry, E., and Boreau.) 

Boren, Gustav M., Chicago, 111. Mop cleaner. 1,606,S66 ; 
Nov. 10. 

Boren, John W.. Adams, assignor to R. P. Stine, Milroy, 
Ind. Scythe fastening. 1,589.354 ; June 22. 

Borey, Rene A., New Orleans, La. Circuit closer. 
1,612.486; Doc. 28. 

Borg & Beck Company, The. (See Reed, Harold V., as- 
signor.) 

Borg, Erik, et al. (See Anderson, Carl J., assignor.) 

Borgadt, John B., Cleveland, Ohio. Electric welding 
device. 1,580,401 ; Apr. 13. 

Borgan, Thoralf, Brooklyn, N. Y. Aeroplane construction. 
1,598,118 ; Aug. 3. 

Borger, John J., Springfield, Mo. Protector for electric 
meters. 1.596,712; Aug. 17. 

Borgerd. William V. (See Burger, L. F., and Borgerd.) 

Borgerding, Henry J. and J. F.. Oakland, Calif. Traffic- 
signal-timing device. 1.593,057; July 20. 

Borgerding, Joseph F. (See Borgerding, Henry J. and 
J. F.) 

Borgeson, Charles A., San Francisco, Calif. Sprinkler. 
1.005,325; Nov. 2. 



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Borgeson, Charles J. B., Syracuse, N. Y. Combination 

boring and end-milling tool. 1,003.739 ; Oct. 19. 
Borgrrrann, Charles, Great Neck, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Clamping and supporting device. 1,578,034 ; Mar. 30. 
Borgnis, Samson. Philadelphia, Pa. Tea and coffee holder 

for pots. 1,579,030; Apr. 0. 
Borirnis, Samson. Philadelphia, Pa. Garter grip. 

1,580,401; May 25. 
Boring. Allen D., Lakeland, Fla. Railway time-table. 

1.594,813 ; Aug. 3. 
Borislavsky, Michael A., New York, N. Y. Liquid-vending 

machine. 1,592,332 ; July 13. 
Borisof. Morris, Chicago, 111. Folding chair. 1,508,715 : 

Jan. 5. 
Bork, Otto J., Sun Prairie, Wis. Milking-machine-wash- 
ing device. 1,579,009; Mar. 30. 
Borkenstein, William. Port Wayne, Ind. Toy submarine. 

1.5S5.757; May 25. 
Borkman, George F. (See Pihl, Albert, assignor.) 
Bormann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts, Inc.. 

Binghamton. N. Y. Winding key. 1,591.097; July 0. 
Born. Harry J., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to A. M. 

Collins Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Card mount. 1,581,912 ; Apr. 20. 
Bornand. Ernest, Bern, Switzerland. Sealing body. 

1.593.058 ; July 20. 
Borne. Louis A., Milwaukee, Wis. Doorcheck. 1,587,307 ; 

June 1. 
Borne, Louis A., Milwaukee, Wis. Door holder. 

1.00S.053 ; Nov. 23. 
Bornemann, Gus, and F. C. Hoese, San Antonio, Tex. 

Stalk-cutting apparatus. 1,001,288 ; Sept. 28. 
Bornemann, Theodor. assignor to A. Stahn, Hannover. 

Germany. Removing broken tools from bore holes. 

1.589,078 : June 22. 
Borner, Adolf. (See Borner, Otto L., assignor.) 
Borner, Otto L., Zurich, assignor of one-half to A. Borner, 

Wallenstadt. Switzerland. Treating granulated ma- 
terial. 1,011.098 ; Dec. 14. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71.320; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71.321 ; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71,322 ; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger rin". 

Des. 71,323; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel. William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71,324 ; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71,325 ; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71,320; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel, William, Ridgefield Park, N. J. Finger ring. 

Des. 71,327 ; Oct. 20. 
Bornkessel. William, Ridgefield Park. N. J., assignor tn 

Hamilburg, Shaw Corporation. New York, N. Y. Fiu- 

ger ring. Des. 70.592 ; July 20. 
Bornmann, Carl A. (See Jansson, T. A., and Bornmann.) 
Bornmann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts. Inc., 

Binghamton, N. Y. Photographic shutter. 1,570,302 ; 

Mar. 9. 
Bornmann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts Inc.. 

Binghamton, N. Y. Camera. 1.578,035 : Mar. 30. 
Bornmann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts, Inc., 

Binghamton, N. Y. Semiautomatic film-winding camera. 

1,579,752 ; Apr. 6. 
Bornmann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts, Inc., 

Binghamton. N. Y. Automatic film-winding camera. 

1,583,110; May 4. 
Bornmann, Carl A., assignor to Ansco Photoproducts, 

Inc., Binghamton. N. Y. Photographic shutter. 

1,593.087 : Julv 27. 
Bornstein. Bernard, Jacksonville, Fla. Shirt. 1.000,920 ; 

Nov. 10. 
Boros, Steve, Kenmore, Ohio. Paper-hanging machine. 

1,570,403 ; Mar. 9. 
Boros, Steve. Kenmore, Ohio. Tire-fabric cutter. 

1.007.427 : Nov. 10. 
Borowski, Edmond J., La Plaine St.-Denis and C. Viaud. 

La Courneuve, France. Invalid vehicle. 1,010,921 : 

Dec. 14. 
Borreca, William, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hair lotion and pre- 
paring the same. 1,012,255 ; Dec. 28. 
Borresen. Helge A., Chicago, 111. Automobile bumper. 

1.011.150: Dec. 21. 
Borreson, Borre H., St. Paul, Minn. Holder for registra- 
tion cards. 1.570,713 ; Mar. 10. 
Borroughs. Joseph N.. Oakland. Calif. Material-rolling 

mechanism. 1,012.256 : Dec. 28. 
Borsbach. Ernst. (See Pistor, G., and Borsbach.) 
Borschel. Alfred F., Buffalo, N. Y. Valve silencer. 

1.583,335 ; May 4. 
Borschel, Alfred F., Buffalo, N. Y. Change-speed gearing. 

1.587.278; June 1. 
Borserine, L. H. (See Seifert. Charles, assignor.'* 
Borsig, A., G. m. b. H. (See Bouche, Charles, assignor.) 
Borsis:, A., G. m. b. H. (See Marscheider, K., and 

Snlingre\ assignors.) 
Bortkewicz, Louie, Raccoon Station, Pa. Bit-forging ma- 
chine. 1,584,724 ; May 18. 



Borton, Alwyn E. (See Squarey, B. M., Koch, and 
Borton.) 

Borton, Omia E., Ava, Mo. Wood-sawing attachment for 
motor-driven vehicles. 1,595,446 ; Aug. 10. 

Bosca, Colombo, Webb City, Mo. Handle. 1,600,970 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bosca. Colombo, assignor to Bosca-Nelson-Pryor Company, 
Webb City, Mo. Ornamental article and forming the 
same. 1,608,363 ; Nov. 23. 

Bosca-Nelson-Pryor Company. (See Bosca, Colombo, as- 
signor.) 

Boscariol, Antonio, assignor of one-third to F. E. Munton 
and J. W. Fleck, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Collapsible lifting jack and bumper bracket for motor 
vehicles. 1,610,598; Dec. 14. 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Beeh, Louis, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Diemer, A., and 
Durst, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Hiihnle, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Hahnle, W., and 
Hazenmaier, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kazenmaier, A., 
and Haehnle, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Steinhart, Her- 
mann, assignor.) 

Boson, George B., Chicago, 111. Adjustable shore. 
1,570,220 : Jan. 19. 

Bosco, George B., Chicago, 111. Game. 1,002,639 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bcisebeck, Emil, Barmen, Germany, assignor to M. 
Henkels, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of lace with 
body bearing leaflike figures. 1,568,048 ; Jan. 5. 

Busebcck, Emil, Barmen, Germany, assignor to M. 
Henkels, New York, N. Y. Machine-braided torchon 
lace and making same. 1,583.273 : May 4. 

Bosheck, Walther, assignor to the Firm : Vogtlandische 
Maschlnenfabrik (vormals : J. C. & H. Dietrich) 
Aktiengesellschaft, Plauen, Germany. Shuttle-box- 
selecting mechanism for shuttle boxes with more than 
two compartments. 1,570.172 ; Mar. 9. 

Boss. Frank A., La Grange, 111., assignor to Kellogg 
Switchboard and Supply Company. Chicago, 111. Head 
receiver set. 1,002,517 ; Oct. 12. 

Bossalis, Gus N., et al. (See Simmons, Alfred K., as- 
signor.) 

Bosse, Frederick J., Stratford, Conn. Arrangement for 
tying packages. 1,598,704 ; Sept. 7. 

Bosserdet, Henry C, Detroit, Mich. Doorcheck. 
1.590.414; June 29. 

Bosserman, E. D., et al. (See Bente, Henry K., as- 
signor.) 

Bossert, Edward, Toledo, assignor to National Malleable 
and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mold 
flask. 1.570,989; Jan. 26. 

Bossi, Enea, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Stewart Warner Speedometer Corpora- 
tion. Vacuum feed system. 1.582,028 ; Apr. 27. 

Bost, James H., Charlotte, N. C. Metal frame for window 
screens. 1,588,161 ; June 8. 

Bostder, Wilbur S. (See Pryce, Ralph S., French, and 
Bostder.) 

Bostedo. Louis G., Oak Park, 111. Oil burner and operat- 
ing the same. 1,596,147 ; Aug. 17. 

Bostock, Francis J., and S. Bramley-Moore. Huddersfield, 
England. Generating wor-m threads. 1.610,995 ; Dec. 14. 

Bostock, William F., South Braintree, Mass. Shoe upper 
with ornamental inlays. 1,583,274 ; May 4. 

Boston Auto Gage Co., The. (See Gregory, George P., 
assignor.) 

Boston Clock Company. (See Bold, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Boston Pressed Metal Company. (See Needham, William 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Briggs, Thomas 
A., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stretcher Company. (See Maynard, Arthur 
H., assignor.) 

Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Mulvahill, 
Thomas J., assignor.) 

Bostrom. Richard E., San Diego, Calif. Game tile holder. 
1.569.701 : Jan. 12. 

Bostwick. Grant W. (See Bostwick, Robert W. and 
G. W.) 

Bostwick, Robert W., Detroit, Mich. Window-regulator 
lock. 1,572,635 ; Feb. 9. 

Bostwick. Robert W. and G. W., Detroit, Mich. Window 
regulator. 1,572,265; Feb. 9. 

Bostwick, Rolla B. (See Jacobs, J. J., and Bostwick.) 

Boswau, Hans P., Galion. Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Automatic switch. 1,003.897 ; Oct. 19. 

Bosworth Electric Manufacturing Company. (See 
Desjardins, Gregory, assignor.) 

Bosworth, Harry J., Company. (See Bosworth, Harry J., 
assignor.) 

Bosworth. narry J., assignor to Harry J. Rosworth Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. Light bracket. 1.573,799 ; Feb. 23. 

Bosworth, Leonard P. (See Perry, Charles V., assignor.) 

Bosworth, William H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
George Haiss Manufacturing Company. Wagon loader. 
1,582,964; May 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Botali, Gaston F., assignor to A. Larublin, Paris, France. 
Internal-combustion-engine radiator. 1,593,422 ; 

July 20. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Connecticut 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Jewel stone. Des. 69,084 ; Mar. 16. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, Conn., assignor to The Con- 
necticut Electric Manufacturing Company. Electric 
plug cap. Des. 69,813 : Apr. 6. 

Both, Tonjes A., Stratford, assignor to The Connecti- 
cut Electric Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Switch shell. 1,593.649 ; Juli' 27. 

Bothe, Andreas, Oreland, assignor to Kleen Products 
Company, Inc., North Wales, Pa. Fiber or like plates. 
1.575,597 ; Mar. 2. 

Bothner, Emil, Floral Park, N. Y. Electromagnetic com- 
pressor. 1,572.126; Feb. 9. 

Botsford, Willis H., et al. (See Morton, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

Bolt, E-dgar S., and A. S. Funk, assignors to La Crosse 
Rubber Mills Co., La Crosse, Wis. Hip boot or similar 
article. Des. 70,529; July 13. 

Bott, Edgar S., and A. S. Funk, assignors to La Crosse 
Rubber Mills Co., La Crosse, Wis. Rubber Boot. Des. 
71,452 ; Nov. 9. 

Bott, Edgar S., and A. S. Funk, assignors to La Crosse 
Rubber Mills Co., La Crosse, Wis. Gusseted footwear 
and making the same. 1,586,774 ; June 1. 

Bott, Edgar S., and A. S. Funk, assignors to La Crosse 
Rubber Mills Co., La Crosse, Wis. Shoe-upper seam 
and forming same. 1,601,672 ; Sept. 28. 

Bottner. Aruo, Sudenburg, near Magdeburg, assignor to 
the Firm : Polte, Magdeburg, Germany. Steam-cut-off 
valve. 1,570,990 ; Jan. 26. 

Bottner, Arno, Sudenburg, near Magdeburg, assignor to 
the Firm Polte, Magdeburg, Germany. Gate valve. 
1,572,984 ; Feb. 16. 

Biittner, Arno, Sudenburg, near Magdeburg, assignor to 
the Firm 'Polte, Magdeburg, Germany. Steam-cut-off 
valve or stop valve. 1,572,985 ; Feb. 16. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Co., 
Moundsville, W. Va. Goblet. Des. 70,356; June 15. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Co., 
Moundsville, W. Va. Plate. Des. 70,357; June 15. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Co., 
Moundsville, W. Va. Tumbler. Des. 70,530 ; July 13. 

Bottome, Edgar M., assignor to Fostoria Glass Co., 
Moundsville, W. Va. Goblet. Des. 70,531 ; July 13. 

Bottoms, Robert R., Lakewood, N. J. Extraction of 
helium from gases containing the same. 1,569.943 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bottorff, Orville W. (See Cornner, A. F.. and Bottorff.) 

Bottrill, David H.. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Solder- 
ing device. 1,607,508 ; Nov. 16. 

Bouchard, Homer J. (See Jones, David W., assignor.) 

Bouchard, Louis O., Philadelphia, Pa. Decorative 
wreath. 1,609,056 : Nov. 30. 

Bouchard, Louis O., Philadelphia, Pa. Flowerpot cover. 
1,610,652 ; Dec. 14. 

Bouche\ Charles, Berlin, assignor to A. Borsig G. m. b. H., 
Berlin-Tegel, Germany. Pump. 1.589.044 ; June 15. 

Bouclig, William F.. Lancaster, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Gould Coupler Company. Electri- 
cal system. 1,579,505 ; Apr. 6. 

Boucher, Alexander, Dedham, Mass. Index. 1,588,299 ; 
June 8. 

Boucher, Alphonse W., Burlington, Vt. Stop motion for 
looms. 1,597,574 ; Aug. 24. 

Boucher. Charles P., and F. J. Cid, Indianapolis. Ind ; 
said Boucher assignor to Electric Heater Supply Co., 
Woonsocket, R. I. ; said Cid assignor of one-sixth to 
M. Abraham. Toronto, Canada. Electric water heater. 
1,607,509 ; Nov. 16. 

Boucher, Emile J., Catonsville, Md. Tuning-coil mount- 
ing. 1,581.162; Apr. 20. 

Boucher, Horace E., New York, N. Y. Spring motor. 
1,595,280 ; Aug. 10. 

Boucherot. Paul M. J., Paris. France. Iligh-frequencv 
alternator. 1,603,230; Oct. 12. 

Boudette, William K., Claromont, N. II.. assignor to Sul- 
livan Machinery Company. Mining apparatus. 
1.593,010; July 20. 

Boudou. Gaston. (See Bongers, Arnold II., assignor.) 

Boughton. Solon J., assignor to The Willys-Overland 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Engine balancer. 1,593,564; 
July 27. 

Boughton. Solon J., assignor to The Willvs-Overland Com- 

ganv, Toledo, Ohio. Transmission lock. 1,599,201; 
ept. 7. 

Boughton. Willis A. (See Dawes. C. L.. and Boughton.) 

Bouin, Charles, Boston, Mass. Cinematographic picture 
with stereoscopic and color values. 1,581.834; Apr. 20. 

Bouin. Charles, Boston. Mass. Stereoscopic motion-pic- 
ture camera. 1.590,804; June 29. 

Boultnight, Thurman A., Greenville, Tex. Automobile 
bumper. 1,004, 2. r >o ; Oct. 20. 

Boulade, Antonin, Lyon. France. Automatic altimetric 
correcting anparatus for carburetors of aircraft engines. 
1,586,648; June 1. 

Boulicault, Peter L. (See Thelen. J. B., and Boulirault.) 

Boullester, Jerome H., ct nl. (See McAuley, Claire P., 
assignor.) 

Bouillon, George. (See Bouillon, John, G., and P.) 



Boullion, John, G., and P., Conde. S. Dak. Mulching 
device for planters. 1,573,800 ; Feb. 23. 

Boullion, Paul. (See Boullion, John, G.. and P.) 

Boulton, Berthoud C, Dayton, Ohio. Reenforced brac- 
ing member for aircraft. 1,573,294 ; Feb. 16. 

Boulton, George E., Detroit, Mich. Grapple. 1.568,710 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Boulton, Robert E., assignor to S. J. Boulton, Silt, Colo. 
Head-gate construction 1,575.530; Mar. 2. 

Boulton, Sadie J. (See Boulton. Robert E., assignor.) 

Bouman, Martinus P. A. (See Van der Want, D., and 
Bouman.) 

Bound Brook Oil-Less Bearing Company. (See Claus, 
Carl, assignor.) 

Bourcet, Paul. (See Chevalier, J. M. A., Bourcet, and 
Regnault.) 

Bourdes, Andreas A. (See Deligianes, T. N., and 
Bourdes.) 

Bourgeois, Arn§d§ J., Fall River, Mass. Windshield 
wiper. 1,612,487 ; Dec. 28. 

Bourgeois, Edgar, Marlboro, Mass. Lettering. 1,573,295 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bourges, Fernand A., New York, N. Y. Color-value posi- 
tive and making the same. 1,605,599 ; Nov. 2. 

Bourgon, Joseph H. (See Pierce, H. S., and Bourgon.) 

Bourgon, Joseph H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind., and Detroit, 
Mich. Top construction. 1,580,280 ; Apr. 13. 

Bourgon, Joseph H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Stu- 
debaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind.. and Detroit, 
Mich. Body hardware. 1,589,620 ; June 22. 

Bourgon, Joseph II.. Detroit. Mich., assignor (o The 
Studebaker Corporation, Southbend, Ind. Body con- 
struction. 1.591,153 : July 6. 

Bourgon, Joseph IL, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Latch. 
1.593.011 ; July 20. 

Bourgon, Joseph H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend. Ind., and De- 
troit, Mich. Top construction. 1,600,531 ; Sept. 21. 

Bourgon, Joseph IL, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend. Ind., and Detroit, 
Mich. Top construction. 1.000.532; Sept. 21. 

Bourgon, Joseph H., Detroit. Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind.. and Detroit, 
Mich. Top construction. 1.000,533: Sept. 21. 

Bourgon, Joseph II.. Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Stude- 
baker Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Door buffer. 
1,605,211 ; Nov. 2. 

Bourgon. Joseph II. , Detroit. Mich., assignor to The 
Studebaker Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Vehicle 
body. 1.005.212 ; Nov. 2. 

Bourgon, Joseph H., Detroit. Mich., assignor to The Stude- 
baker Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Steering-post 
support. 1,011,302; Dec. 21. 

Bourguignon, Maurice, assignor to Societe du Feutre, 
Paris, France. Lime treatment of skins. 1,586,062 ; 
May 25. 

Bourn, Robert T., Templeton, Mass. Post-office furni- 
ture. 1.593.320; July 20. 

Bourne-Fuller Company. (See Chapin, Fred II., assignor.) 

Bourne, Phillips P.. Winchester, and O. Nonnenbruch, 
Boston, Mass., assignors to Worthington Pump and Ma- 
chinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Reversing and 
control mechanism for internal-combustion engines. 
1,595,989 ; Aug. 17. 

Bourne, Ralph II., and A. J. Grindle, Chicago, assignors 
to Grindle Fuel Equipment Company, Harvey, 111. 
Dust collector. 1,573,135 ; Feb. 16. 

Bournonville. Eugene M., Jersey City, N. J. Rotary 
valve. 1,576,082 ; Mar. 9. 

Bourquardez, Alfred P. (See Seailles, Speranza, n€e 
Calogeropoulos, and J., assignors.) 

Bourns, Jesse G. (See Gordon, D. L., and Bourus.) 

Bouse, Walter W., Seattle, Wash. Direction signal for 
motor vehicles. 1,596,235 ; Aug. 17. 

Bousfield, Alfred, assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks and 
Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Weighing scale. Des. 
69.171 : Jan. 5. 

Bousfield, Alfred, assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks Com- 
pany. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Balance ball. 1,603,021; 
Oct. 12. 

Bousfield, Alfred, assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks and 
Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Scale loop. 1,603,445 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bousfield, Alfred, assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks and 
Pnmonny. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Weighing scale. 
1,607,812; Nov. 23. 

Bousfield, Alfred, assignor to E. and T. Fairbanks and 
Company, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Weighing machine. 
1.0(17.813: Nov. 23. 

Bousquet. Auril, Southbridge, Mass. Tool holder. 
1.575,314: Mar. 2. 

Bousquet, William, Norwood Grove, Manitoba, Canada. 
Seal. 1.009. 505: Dec. 7. 

Boutell, Glenn S., Holland, Mich. Piston construction. 
1.001.840: Oct. 5. 

Boutelle, William H. (See Schumacher, E. L.. and 
Boutellej ' 

Boutelle, William II., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Eyeglass guard. 1,581.103 ; 
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Boutelle, William H., assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Soutli bridge, Mass. Ophthalmic mounting. 
1,599, S70 ; Sept. 14. 

Boutelle. William II., Sturbridge, assignor to American 
Optical Company. Southbridge, Mass. Temple. 
1,599,871 ; Sept. 14. 

Boutelle. William H., Sturbridge, assignor to American 
Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Spectacle hinge. 
1,009,902 ; Dec. 7. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Wilkinsburg, and M. G. Thompson, 
Ardmore, Braddock Township, Allegheny County, Pa., 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company. Electromagnetic brake. 1,578,575 ; Mar. 30. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Wilkinsburg. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electro- 
magnetic brake, 1,000,745 ; Nov. 10. 

Bouton, Georges T., assignor to Etablissements de Dion 
Bouton. Society Anonynie, Puteaux, France. Bearing 
for propeller shafts for motor vehicles. 1,600,090 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Bouton, Lewis L. (See Nyquist, H., Bouton, and Shoff- 
stall.) 

Boutwell, Isaac C, Grady, Ala. Nut lock. 1,577,940; 
Mar. 23. 

Bouvier. Maurice E., and E. Blanc, Lyon, assignors to 
Societe Chimique des Usines du Rhone, Paris, Prance. 
Reduction of alkyl esters. 1,005,093 ; Nov. 2. 

Bouw Maatschappij. (See Ellinger, Frits, assignor.) 

I'.ouwcrs. Albert. (See Hoist, G., and Bouwers.) 

Bove, Ramon, New York, N. Y. Hair-waving device. 
1.002,640 ; Oct. 12. 

Bovev. Sidney J. V., Chicago, 111. Heater for vehicles. 
1.597,048; Aug.- 24. 

Boving. Jens O., London, England. Hydraulic governor 
for engines, turbines, and the like. 1,5.85,529 ; May 18. 

Bowden, Frank J., New York, N. Y. Automobile attach- 
ment. 1,592,430 ; July 13. 

Bowden, Gardiner S., Brooklyn, assignor to J. B. Bowden 
& Co., New York, N. Y. -Wedding ring. Des. 09,430 ; 
Feb. 10. 

Bowden, Howard E., Atlanta, Ga. Radiator cap. Des. 
70,873 ; Aug. 24. 

Bowden, J. B., & Co. (See Bowden, Gardiner S., as- 
signor.) 

Bowe, David W., Detroit, Mich. Mold for concrete 
stringers. 1,580,281 ; Apr. 13. 

Bowen, Bertina L., Hollywood, Calif. Educational de- 
vice. 1.580,900 : June 1. 

Bowen, Charles R., Gray, Ga. Crank-case brace and 
banger. 1,579,592 ; Apr. 6. 

Bowen, James, assignor to Bond Foundry & Machine Com- 
pany, Manheim, Pa. Caster. 1,588,300 ; June 8. 

Bowen, James E., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
producing plastic-coated sheet material. 1,602.746 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bowen, James K., Allentown, Pa. Ventilator cap for 
filler openings of automobile radiators. 1,592,053 ; 
July 13. 

Bowen. John D., Millville, N. J. Lathe-tool holder. 
1.602,330; Oct. 5. 

Bowen, John S., Baldwin Park, Calif. Map holder. 
1,576,028 ; Mar. 9. 

Bowen, Michael B., assignor to Faries Manufacturing 
Company, Decatur, 111. Table lamp. Des. 71,543 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Bowen. Michael B., assignor to Faries Manufacturing 
Company, Decatur, 111. Radiolamp. Des. 71,544 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Bowen Products Corporation. (See Skelly, Bernard H., 
assignor.) 

Bowen, Roy, Hoopeston, 111. Filler cap and liquid-depth 
gauge. 1,581,717; Apr. 20. 

Bowen, Troy A. L., Tulsa, Okla. Derrick. 1,591,011 ; 
July 6. 

Bowen, Walter M., Buffalo, N. Y. Molding and packing 
strip for automobiles. 1.612,257 ; Dec. 28. 

Bower, Andrew, Rockford, Mich. Ladder bracket. 
1,578,388 ; Mar. 30. 

Bower, George W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric-current collector. 
1,592,333 : July 13. 

Bower, George W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Trolley. 1.608,297; Nov. 23. 

Bower, John W., Killbuck, Ohio. Strainer. 1,587,493 ; 
June 1. 

Bower, Lewis E. (See Duffy, Thomas L., assignor.) 

Bower, Robert F., assignor to Bower Roller Bearing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Roller-bearing cage. 1,601,103 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bower, Robert F., assignor to Bower Roller Bearing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Roller-bearing cage. 1,001,104 ; 
Bept. 28. 

Bower Roller Bearing Company. (See Bower, Robert F., 
assignor.) 

Bower. Roy P.. Portsmouth, Ohio. Movable headlight. 
1.597,009; Aug. 24. 

Bower, Sigmund, Brooklyn. N. Y. Reenforcing attach- 
ment for clothespins. 1,592,334 ; July 13. 

Bowerbnnk. Albert W.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Electrical Imnrovements Limited, Newcastle : upon-Tyne, 
England. Reheater for steam-turbine installations. 
1,610,034 ; Dec. 7. 



Bowerbank, John W., Kidderminster, England. Combined 
boiling, washing, condensing, and drying machine. 
1,570,552; Jan. 19. 

Bowerbank, John W., Kidderminster, England. Boiler. 
1,5S8,570 ; June 15. 

Bowerman, Charles A. (See Carter, Edward B., assignor.) 

Bowerman, James F., Jackson, Mich. Battery-testing de- 
vice. 1,602,518 ; Oct. 12. 

Bowerman, James F., Jackson, Mich. Battery-testing de- 
vice. 1,000,921 ; Nov. 10. 

Bowerman, James F., Jackson, Mich. Battery-testing de- 
vice. 1,012.093 ; Dec. 28. 

Bowers, Albert P., assignor to Columbian Bank Note 
Company, Chicago, 111. Paper-gripping device for plate 
printers. 1,570,930 ; Jan. 26. 

Bowers, Arlan L., Bristow, assignor to F. M. Maban, E. 
McCarty, and C. H. Wesse, Tulsa, Okla. Oil-well- 
derrick brace. 1,601,386 ; Sept. 28. 

Bowers, Arlan L., Bristow, assignor to F. M. Mahan, 
Pawhuska, E. McCarty, Wynona, and C. H. Besse, 
Burbank, Okla. Oil-well-derrick-head construction. 
1.607,510 ; Nov. 16. 

Bowers, Claude E., Los Angeles, Calif. Window-frame 
pulley. 1.589.621 : June 22. 

Bowers, Claude E., Los Angeles, Calif. Ceiling suspen- 
sion device. 1,606,289 ; Nov. 9. 

Bowers, Clyde L., Washington, D. C. Memorandum-pad 
equipment for telephones. 1,570,430 ; Jan. 19. 

Bowers, Frank, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Di- 
amond Power Specialty Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Boiler cleaner. 1.594,594 ; Aug. 3. 

Bowers, Frank, Detroit, Mich., assignor, hy mesne as- 
signments, to Diamond Power Specialty Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Boiler cleaner. 1,606,054; Nov. 9. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Welder's helmet. 
1,587,893 ; June 8. 

Bowers, Henry A., Cleveland, Ohio. Nut lock. 1,611,408 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bowers, Joseph D., Bluefiekl, W. Va. Spring support. 
1.584,836; May 18. 

Bowers, Omer, et al. (See Anderson, Newton M., as- 
signor.) 

Bowers, Rohert R. (See Moschel, H., and Bowers.) 

Bowers, William E., Baltimore, Md. Portable combined 
ink pad and support. 1,577,168; Mar. 16. 

Bowes, Frederick D., Syracuse, N. Y. Door latch. 
1,592,514 ; July 13. 

Bowie, James, Glasgow, Scotland. Aerial vessel. 
1,603.740 ; Oct. 19. 

Bowie, Lucien B., Philadelphia, Pa. Truss. 1,579,070 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Rowles. Agee. (Sep Klein, John, assignor.) 

Bowles, B. Agee. (See Klein, John, assignor.) 

Bowles, Byron E., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Window-sash 
fastener. 1,569,849 ; Jan. 19. 

Bowles. Byron E., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Timer. 
1.608,014 ; Nov. 23. 

Bowles, Wallace, Meadow Creek, W. Va., assignor, by 
direct and mesne assignments, of four-twentieths to 
J. I. Scott, Meadow Creek, W. Va., and one-twentieth 
to J. E. Decker, Sacoma, W. Va. Automobile wheel 
rim. 1.572.101 ; Feb. 9. 

Bowles, William M., assignor of one-half to Mrs. S. 
Moses, Sbawnee, Okla. Metal melting and pouring de- 
vice. 1,574,598 ; Feb. 23. 

Bowman. Albert M.. San Francisco, Calif. Moisture- 
proof vision-clarifying composition. 1,609,575 ; Sept. 21. 

Bowman, Annie, Los Angeles, Calif. Face-powder box. 
1,573,036 : Feb. 16. 

Bowman, Ellen H., Upper Darbv, Pa. Bandeau for sham- 
poo purposes. 1,612,602 ; Dec. 28. 

Bowman, Franklin M., assignor to Blaw-Knox Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Tower. 1,584,691 ; May 11. 

Bowman, Fred E., Anchorage. Alaska. Inside pipe wrench 
and nipple chuck. 1.608,364 ; Nov. 23. 

Bowman, George H., Company, The. (See Pfefferkorn, 
Frederick F., assignor.) 

Bowman, Gustaf L., Valparaiso, Ind. Animal-control 

device. 1,576,714; Mar. 16. 
Bowman. Harry D., assignor of one-half to E. V. Myers, 
East Orange, N. J. Feeding apparatus for pulverized 
fuel. 1,582,446; Apr. 27. 
Bowman, Jesse L. (See Morris, W. S., and Bowman.) 
Rowman, John J. (See Fulton, H. R., and Bowman.) 
Bowman. Lester J., Bay City, Oreg. Socket wrench. 

1,579,593 ; Apr. 6. 
Bowman, N. K., et al. (See Dillon, James F., assignor.) 
Bowman, Newton K., Bowdil, Ohio. Mining-machine 
, chain link and tooth. 1,568.870 ; Jan. 5. 
Bowman, Newton K., Bowdil, Ohio. Mining-machine 

chain link and bit. 1,575,315 : Mar. 2. 
Bowman, Oliver S., Colorado Springs, Colo. Rotary ex- 
pansion engine. 1586,775; June 1. 
Bowman. Oliver S., assignor to The Helipore Engineering 
Laboratories Company, Colorado Springs, Colo. Spac- 
ing and aligning device. 1,602,564 ; Oct. 12. 
Bowman, Rohert M., Chattanooga, Tenn. Flanging de- 
vice. 1.597.575 ; Aug. 24. 
Bowman, William J. (See Volz, Gottlieb W., assignor.) 
Bown. James. Death Valley, Calif. Storage tank. 
1,575,033; Mar. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FliOM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bown, Lewis II., East Aurora, assignor to Buffalo Tot- 
tery, Buffalo, N. Y. Plate or similar article. Des. 
70,155; May 18. 

Bown, Ralph, East Orange, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegrapn Company. Trouble-alarm sys- 
tem for radio receiving sets. 1,573,801 ; Feb. 23. 

Bown, Ralph, Mapiewood, and E. L. Nelson, East Or- 
ange, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Radio wire connecting circuits. 
Rel0,385 ; July 20. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 1,608,488 ; Nov. 30. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, N. Y., and H. W. 
Ulrich, East Orange, N. J., assignors to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 1,580,951 ; Apr. 13. 

Bowne, Raymond W., Lynn, assignor to United States 
Cartridge Company, Lowell, Mass. Indenting radiator 
tubes. 1,596,393 ; Aug. 17. 

Bowser, Francis S., El Dorado, Ark. Sucker-rod-coupling 
guide. 1,607,941 ; Nov. 23. 

Bowser, S. F., and Company. (See Bradley, Richard C, 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company, Inc. (See Bechtold, Reuben 
E., assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., and Company, Incorporated. (See Bradley, 
Richard C-, assignor.) 

Box Board Products, Inc. (See Hill, Ellon S., assignor.) 

Box, Clarence. (See Box, Virgil C. and C.) 

Box, "Virgil C. and C, Blue Ridge, Tex. Automatic trap 
nest. 1,594,293; July 27. 

Boxer, Maurice, San Francisco, Calif. Statuette. Des. 
70,939; Aug. 31. 

Boyajian, Aram, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Alternating-current polyphase trans- 
former. 1,603,833; Oct. 19. 

Boyance, Elsa, and M. Pekary, New York, N. Y. Sani- 
tary street cleaner. 1,595,056 ; Aug. 3. 

Boyce, Clara A., et al. (See Johnson, Horace K., as- 
signor.) 

Boyce, Edwin D., assignor to Hutchinson Manufacturing 
Co.. Incorporated, Norristown, Pa. Woodworking ma- 
chine. 1,586,063 ; May 25. 

Boyce, Erskine E., Charlotte, assignor to Mill Devices 
Company, Durham, N. C. Knotter device. 1,599,160 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Boyce, George W. G. (See Fleischer, Charles, assignor.) 

Boyce, Girard, Washington, D. C, assignor to National 
Autometer Restaurant Corporation, Washington, D. C, 
and New York, N. Y. Waffle-iron attachment. 
1,586,402; May 25. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Jericho, N. Y. Measuring cap for 
containers. 1,603,898 ; Oct. 19. 

Boyce, Harrison II., Forest Hills, N. Y. Indicating in- 
strument for automobile radiator caps and the like. 
1,608,577 ; Nov. 30. 

Boyce, Harrison H., Forest Hills, assignor to Boyce and 
Veeder Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Fire ex- 
tinguisher. 1,604,3S0 ; Oct. 26. 

Boyce, Ira G., et al. (See Johnson, Horace K., assignor.) 

Boyce, James, et al. (See Hancock, Raymond F., as- 
signor.) 

Boyce, James W., Hartford, Conn. Toy cartridge. 
1,585,075; May 18. 

Boyce, Thomas L., assignor to National Chemical and 
Manufacturing Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Apparatus 
for cleaning or removing paint from surfaces. 
1,579,068 ; Mar. 30. 

Boyce and Veeder Co. Inc. (See Boyce, Harrison H.. 
assignor.) 

Bovce, William S. (See Bell. E. IT., and Bovce.) 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 1,583,773; 
May 11. 

Boyce, William S., Chicago, III. Tie plate. 1,583,774; 
May 11. 

Boyce, Willium S., Chicago, 111. Tie plate. 1,587,751 ; 
June 8. 

Boyd, Albert M.. assignor to The TJ. G. I. Contracting 
Company. Philadelphia. Pa. Electric insulation for 
metal pipes. 1,592,175 ; July 13. 

Boyd, Blanton M., assignor to The Globe Register Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. Ohio. Web aligning and tensioning 
device. 1.610.599 : Dec. 14. 

Boyd, Donald, Caulfied, Victoria, Australia. Transport 
wheel for tractors and like vehicles. 1,602,478 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Boyd, Earl. (See Dover, Ray W., assignor.) 

Bovd, Geovjre 11. (See Brackett, T. F., and Bovd.) 

Boyd, Harold A. (See Boyd. Thomas A.. II. A., and J.) 

Boyd, James. (See Boyd, Thomas A., II. A., and J.) 

Boyd, James, Greenock, Scotland. Emergency boiler 
flue or tube stopper. 1.607,428; Nov. 10. 

Boyd, John C, St. Louis. Mo. Last for use In forming 
and leveling soles. 1,581,627; Apr. 20. 

Boyd, John S., Co. (See Boyd. John S.. assignor.) 

Boyd, John S., Co. Inc. (See Boyd. John S., assignor.) 

Boyd, John S.. assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 

liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 69.487 : Feb. 23. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc.. Wil- 
iiamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 70,404 ; 
June 29. 



Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 70,465 ; 
June 29. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 70,466 ; June 29. 

Boyd, John S.. assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 70.467 ; June 29. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., Wil- 
liamstowu, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 70,468 ; June 29. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co. Inc., Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 71,046 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Boyd, John S., assignor to John S. Boyd Co., Inc., 
Williamstown, Mass. Textile fabric. Des. 71,100 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Boyd, Leora R., Los Angeles, and M. M. Corby, Alhambra, 
Calif. Game. 1,588,698 ; June 15. 

Boyd, Louis, assignor to Boyd Shock Absorber Company, 
Shepherdsville, Ky. Shock absorber. 1,575,187 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Boyd, Raymond, Des Moines, Iowa. Conductor hook. 
1,586,024 ; May 25. 

Boyd, Rutherford. (See Nitardy, F. W., and Boyd.) 

Boyd Shock Absorber Company. (See Boyd, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Boyd, Thomas A., H. A., and J., Shettleston, near Glas- 
gow, Scotland. Doffing mechanism for spinning, twist- 
ing, and like frames. Rel6.420 ; Sept. 14. 

Boyd, Thomas A., H. A., and J., Glasgow, Scotland. Cap 
and ring spinning and like frame. l,60l,34O ; Sept. 28. 

Boyd, Thomas A., H. A., and J., Glasgow, Scotland. 
Spindle of spinning, twisting, and like frames. 
1,612,603 ; Dec. 28. 

Boyd, Thompson H. (See Hilke, H. C, and Boyd.) 

Boyden, J. Hanson, et al. (See Tupper, Arthur W., as- 
signor. ) 

Boydston. Frank T., and E. W. Wilson, Chicago, 111. ; 
said Wilson assignor to said Boydston. Check writer. 
1,608.199 ; Nov. 23. 

Boye, James II., Manufacturing Company. (See Boye, 
James H., assignor.) 

Boye, James II., assignor to James II. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Pulley-hanger bracket, for 
draw-curtain fixtures. 1.573,136 ; Feb. 16. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Curtain fixture. 1,584,354 ; 
May 11. 

Boye, James II., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Curtain rod. 1,591,209 ; 
July 6. 

Boye, James H., assignor to The Boye Needle Company, 
Chicago, 111. Commodity cabinet. 1,595.640; Aug. 10. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James II. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Draw-curtain fixture. 
1.597,758; Aug. 31. 

Boye, James H., assignor to James H. Boye Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Vending chart. 1,598,705 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Boye, James H., as- 
signor.) 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Carlson, Gustav A., 
assignor.) 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Flannery, John L., 
assignor.) 

Boyed, Louis L., Toledo, Oreg. Toy. 1,570,330 ; Jan. 19. 

Boyer, Edith E. L. (See Boyer, Frederick G. L. and 
E. E. L.) 

Boyer, Edwin S., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Hard Rubber Company, Hempstead, N. Y. Storage-bat- 
tery jar. Des. 69,198; Jan. 12. 

Boyer, Francis H., De Quincy, La. Gate. 1,583,869 ; 
May 11. 

Boyer, Frank O., Honolulu, Hawaii. Brake-testing de- 
vice. 1.011.099 ; Dec. 14. 

Boyer, Frederick G. L. and E. E. L., assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Dayton Scale Company, Day- 
ton. Ohio. Scale. 1,584,508 ; May 11. 

Boyer, Irma II., Columbus, Ind. Mobile toy. 1,000.691 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Boyer. Oliver-, Spencerville, Ohio. Vertical snapping 
roll for corn husking and shredding machines. 
1.007.429 ; Nov. 16. 

Boyer, Sylvester, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
I lie Company. Refining gallium metal. 1,576,083; 
Mar. 9. 

Boykin, Burwell, jr.. Beaumont, Tex. ripe tongs for 
rotaries. 1,574.805 ; Mar. 2. 

Boykin, Burwell, jr., Beaumont, Tex. Adjustable crown 
block. 1,588.872 ; June 15. 

Boylan, Thomas F., sr.. assignor to Eversharp Manufac- 
turing Co., New Brunswick, N. J. Manufacturing 
horseshoe calks. 1,570.455; Jan. 19. 

Boyle. Charles A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Amusement device. 
1,577,109; Mar. 16. 

Boyle, Charles II., New Haven, Conn. Coring device. 
1,592,073; July 13. 

Boyle, Charles II.. New Haven, Conn. Coring device. 
1.609.456 : Dec. 7. 

Boyle. Daniel P., New York, N. Y. Writing device. 
1.5Sn,045; June 15. 

Boyle-Dayton Co., The. (See Dayton, F. E., and Edwards, 
assignors.) 



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Boyle, Frank, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Poultry feeder. 

1,596,383 ; Aug. 17. 
Boyle, James C. (See Kridler, B. C, and Boyle.) 
Boyle Manufacturing Company. (see Mublbach, Alfred 

J., assignor.) 
Boyle, Murat. (See Hancock, W. T., and Boyle.) 
Boyle, Urban S. (See Steinruck, H., and Boyle.) 
Boyle, Urban S., and W. C. Heckeroth, Erie, Pa. Deliver- 
ing machine. 1,608,718 ; Nov. 30. 
Boynton, Alexander, Sau Antonio, Tex. Closure for tanks. 

1,580,229; Apr. 13. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Device- for 

tightening flexible lines. 1,581,164 ; Apr. 20. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Rotary reamer. 

1,589,508; June 22. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Method of and 

device for cementing wells. 1,594.448 ; Aug. 3. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Well-cementing 

device. 1,603,834; Oct. 19. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Well-cementing 

device. 1,603.835; Oct. 19. 
Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Well-cementing 

device. 1,606.206 ; Nov. 9, 
Boynton. Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Rotary reamer. 

1.607.662 ; Nov. 23. 

Boynton, Alexander, San Antonio, Tex. Crown block. 

1.607.663 ; Nov. 23. 

Boynton, Carl W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the Government of the United States 
and to the people of the United States. Making vesicu- 
lar products. 1,583,521 ; May 4. 

Boynton, Clarence D., Norwich, Conn. Animal trap. 
1,590,879 ; June 29. 

Boynton, Stanley E., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Fitz- 
Empire Double Pivot Last Company, Auburn, Me. 
Last making. 1,576,715 ; Mar. 16. 

Boynton, William H., Berkeley, Calif. Vaccine for pre- 
vention of rinderpest and hog cholera. 1,595,377 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Boyrie, Harry E., San Francisco, Calif. Fluid separator. 
1,602,641; Oct. 12. 

Boyts, Porter & Co. (See Reid, R. B., and Lewellen. 
assignors.) 

Boyuls, Cecil H., assignor to Perfect Laundry Machinery 
Company, Louisville, Kv. Ironing machine. 1,596,713 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bozic, Dobrivoje, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Quick-action 
triple valve. 1,571,506; Feb. 2. 

Bozich, Charles. (See Castanaro, Jiro, assignor.) 

Bozich, Peter M., Spokane, Wash. Grain-car-door latch. 
1,571,444 ; Feb. 2. 

Bozzuto, Thomas, Cincinnati, Ohio. Christmas-tree 
holder. Des. 70,532; July 13. 

Braai, Frank, New Orleans, La. Water cooler. 1,593,817 ; 
July 27. 

Braai, William L., New Orleans, La. Faucet valve. 
1,611.331 ; Dec. 21. 

Brace, Porter H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Wire-test- 
ing extensometer. 1,569,352 ; Jan. 12. 

Brace, Porter H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electric- 
furnace resistor. 1,572,881 ; Feb. 16. 

Brace, Porter H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Alloy 
of tantalum. 1,588,518; June 15. 

Brace, Porter H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Material for 
catenary construction. 1,612,353 ; Dec. 28. 

Brach, E. J., & Sons. (See Stryker, Auriol M., assignor.) 

Brach, L. S., Manufacturing Co. (See Brach, Leon S., 
assignor.) 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, assignor to L. S. Brach 
Manufacturing Co., Newark, N. J. Insulator. Des. 
69,381 ; Feb. 9. 

Brach, Leon S., Bast Orange, N. J. Lightning-arrester 
construction. 1,582,330 ; Apr. 27. 

Brach. Leon S., East Orange, N. J. Lightning arrester. 
1,589,583 ; June 22. 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, assignor to L. S. Brach 
Manufacturing Co.. Newark, N. J. Radio resistor- 
coupler unit. 1,577,443; Mar. 23. 

Brack, Joseph. (See Parke. P., Apel. and Brack.) 

Bracken, John H., Kansas City, Mo. Securing tie loops. 
1,600,971 ; Sept. 28. 

Bracken, Martin L., New York, N. Y. Record card. 
1,584,837 ; May 18. 

Brackenbury, Hereward I. (See Parsons, C. A., Brack- 
enbury, and Douglas.) 

Bracket, Quincy A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Gap 
ionizer. 1,612,354; Dec. 28. 

Brackett, Clare L. (See Wiley, William R., assignor.) 

Brackett, Francis W., Colchester, England. Screening 
apparatus. 1,585,461 ; May 18. 

Brackett, John C, Phillipsburg, assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Coal-cutting ma- 
chine. 1,575,531 ; Mar. 2. 

Brackett, Quincy A., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Wire- 
less receiving system. 1,569,353 ; Jan. 12. 



Brackett, Quincy A., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
iughouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Grid 
leak. 1,588,519 ; June 15. 

Brackett, Tracy F., Arlington, N. J., and N. Monfort, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Sewing-machine attachment. 1,592,293 ; 
July 13. 

Brackett, Tracy F., and G. H. Boyd, New York, N. Y. 
Portable tapping machine. 1,592,754 ; July 13. 

Bradbury, Burke, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Transformer. 1,588,162 ; 
June 8. 

Bradbury, Clifford C, Glencoe, 111., assignor to L. O. 
Coulter. Hair-waving device. 1,584,974 ; May 18. 

Braddock, Edward I., Winchester, Mass., assignor to 
Braddock Nail and Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Method of and apparatus for making wire nails 
and like articles. 1,579,071 ; Mar. 30. 

Braddock, Leo I., New Smyrna, Fla. Capping for stucco 
walls. 1,571,996; Feb. 9. 

Braddock Nail and Manufacturing Company. (See Brad- 
dock, Edward I., assignor.) 

Braden, Alfred M. (See Wright, M. E., and Braden.) 

Braden, Clyde A. (See Jordan, G. D., and Braden.) 

Braden, Richard W. (See Stern, C, and Braden.) 

Braden, Richard W., New York, N. Y., and C. Stern, 
assignors to B & S Manufacturing Products Corpora- 
tion, Jersey City, N. J. Circular valve. 1,607,576 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bradfield, John J., Jamaica, N. Y. Fastener and guide 
for asphalt shingles. 1,582,727 ; Apr. 27. 

Bradford, Allen, Portland, Oreg. Airship. 1,580,004; 
Apr. 6. 

Bradford Corporation, The. (See Herndon, H. A., and 
Riester, assignors.) 

Bradford, Edwin L. (See Ritter, G. P., and Bradford.) 

Bradford, Eugene S., Detroit, Mich. Plate-trimming mech- 
anism. 1,582,965 ; May 4. 

Bradford, Howard M., assignor to Steinbrenner Rubber 
Company, Noblesville, Ind. Tire tread. Des. 70,940 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bradford, James R., San Francisco, Calif. Picture- 
projection machine. 1,576,404 ; Mar. 9. 

Bradford Patents Corporation, The. (See Stuebing, Albert 
P., assignor.) 

Bradford, Zerbe C, assignor to The Dayton Engineer- 
ing Laboratories Company, Dayton, Ohio. Engine- 
starting and battery-charging apparatus. 1,585,831 ; 
May 25. 

Bradford, Zerbe C, assignor to Dayton Engineering 
Laboratories Company, Dayton, Ohio. Engine-starting 
apparatus. 1,587,212 ; June 1. 

Bradford, Zerbe C, assignor to The Dayton Engineering 
Laboratories Company, Dayton, Ohio. Engine-starting 
apparatus. 1,591,508 ; July 6. 

Bradley, Allen, Herndon, Va. Hay-stacking frame. 
1.571,787 ; Feb. 2. 

Bradley, Charles, Los Angeles, Calif. Delivery heater 
for printing presses. 1,574,535 ; Feb. 23. 

Bradley, Charles, Los Angeles, Calif. Heater for print- 
ing presses. 1,574,536; Feb. 23. 

Bradley, Charles, Indianapolis, Ind. Printing-press de- 
livery burner. 1,605.504 ; Nov. 2. 

Bradley, Charles E. (See Whittelsey, T., and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Charles H., Cleveland Heights, assignor of one- 
half to F. S. Gordy, Cleveland, Ohio. Sheet-wiping 
mechanism for cold-roll mills, etc. 1,595,337 ; Aug. 10. 

Bradley, Charles H., and F. D. Allen, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Separable fastener. 1.578,636; Mar. 30. 

Bradley, Charles S., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
commutating electric currents. 1,577.685 ; Mar. 23. 

Bradley, Cornelius, Rydal, Pa. Cow-tail holder. 
1,593,158 ; July 20. 

Brndley, Edward E., assignor to The Atwood Machine 
Company, Stonington, Conn. Winding machine. 
1,611,810; Dec. 21. 

Bradley Fireproofing Products Company. (See Stahr, 
John A., assignor.) 

Bradley, George W., assignor of one-half to B. P. Med- 
ford, Avery, Tex. Wrench. 1,568,132 ; Jan. 5. 

Bradley, Harry L., assignor to The Reliance Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Knob-securing means. 1,575,410 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bradley, John, Anglesea, N. J. Wrench. 1,581,915 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bradley, .Tosiah, Brooklyn, N. Y. Retort slicing device. 
1.568,263; Jan. 5. 

Bradley Knitting Co. (See Johnson, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Brndley. Linn, Montclair, N. J., and E. P. McKeefe, 
Plattsburg, N. Y. Production of pulp. 1,572,840 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bradley, Linn, Montclair, N. J., and E. P. McKeefe. New 
York, N. Y. Production of pulp and other products 
from wood. 1,581.671 : Apr. 20. 

Bradley, Linn, Montclair, N. J., and E. P. McKeefe, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to Bradley-McKeefe Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Treatment of black liquor. 
1.606.338 ; Nov. 9. 

Bradley, Linn, Montclair, N. J., and E. P. McKeefe, 
Plattsburg, assignors to Bradley-McKeefe Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Treatment of residual liquor. 
1,606,501 ; Nov. 9, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bradley-McKeefe Corporation. (See Bradley, L., and 
McKeefe. assignors.) 

Bradley, Richard C., assignor to Emery Automatic Chain 
Stores. Inc., New York, N. Y. Casing for a vending 
machine. Des. 69,485 : Feb. 23. 

Bradley, Richard C, assignor to B. W. Gammon & Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Vending machine. 1,573,037 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bradley, Richard C, New York, N. Y., assignor to S. F. 
Bowser and Company, Incorporated, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Liquid meter. 1,008.231 ; Nov. 23. 

Bradley, Richard C, Chicago, 111., assignor to S. F. Bow- 
ser and Company, Incorporated, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Fluid meter. 1.574,338 ; Feb. 23. 

Bradley, Robert A., Merritton, Ontario, Canada. Rail- 
tie plater. 1.593,423 ; July 20. 

Bradley, Robert A.. Merritton. Ontario, Canada. Rail- 
tie plate. 1,609,109 ; Nov. 30. 

Bradley Washfountain Company. (See Heine, Herman 
E., assignor.) 

Bradley Washfountain Co. (See Sehlesinger, Louis, 
assignor.) 

Bradley Washfountain Company. (See Sehlesinger, L., 
and Heine, assignors.) 

Bradley, William P., Sewickley, Pa. Mounting patterns 
on match boards. 1,595,069 ; Aug. 10. 

Bradley, William T., Linn, Mo. Hair-cutting guide. 
1,569,452 ; Jan. 12. 

Bradley. William W., assignor of one-third to F. F. Cole- 
man and one-third to W. C. Coleman, Detroit, Mich. 
Window construction. 1,586,776 : June 1. 

Bradnack, John H., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
Tubular Products Company, Southington, Conn. 
Smoker's stand. Des: 71,710 ; Dec. 28. 

Bradner, Donald B., Hamilton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Federal Laboratories, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Production of lachrymating gases. Rel6,495 ; Dec. 7. 

Bradshaw, Albert C, San Antonio, Tex. Stalk-cutting 
machine. 1.576,405 ; Mar. 9. 

Bradshaw. Andrew C. Los Angeles. Calif. Float v^lve 
for flush tanks. 1,589,786 ; June 22. 

Bradshaw, Frank F., Yazoo City, Miss. Apparatus for 
delivering articles to aircraft. 1,575.145 : Mar. 2. 

Bradshaw. Joe B., Stanford, Ky. Adjustable stovepipe. 
1,580.552 ; Apr. 13. 

Bradshaw, Solomon, Meriden, Conn. Paper trimmer. 
1,592,437 ; July 13. 

Bradshaw, William M., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to 
Westinshouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. 
Thermal relay. 1.602,876 ; Oct. 12. 

Bradshaw, William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh, Wilkins- 
burg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and 
Manufacturing Company. Regulator system. 1,584,602 ; 
May 11. 

Bradshaw. William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh, Wilkinsburg, 
Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company. Regulator system. 1,604,964 ; Nov. 2. 

Bradshaw, William M., and J. H. Ashbaugh. Wilkinsburg, 
Pa., assignors to Wcstinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company. Regulator system. 1,604.965 ; Nov. 2. 

Bradt, Harold J., Detroit, Mich. Disk wheel. 1,594,449: 
Aug. 3. 

Bradt, Merritt B. (See Cook. W. E., and Bradt.) 

Bradwell, William J., assignor of one-half to C. F. Hot- 
tinger. jr., Charleston, S. C. Automatic bobbin re- 
lease. 1.611,509; Dec. 21. 

Brady, Charles T., Detroit, Mich. Lamp. Des. 71,128 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Brady, Charles T., Detroit, Mich. Lamp. Des. 71,129 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Brady, Charles T., Detroit, Mich. Lamp. Des. 71,130; 
Sept. 28. 

Brady. Charles T., Detroit, Mich. Lamp. Des. 71,131; 
Sept. 28. 

Brady. John B.. Somerset, Md., assignor to Morkrum 
Company, Chicago, 111. Radio telegraph system. 
Re16 4S5; Nov. 23. 

Brady .Tnhn B., Somerset. Md., assienor to Morkrum Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Radio telegraph system. 1,582,331 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bradt, John B.. Somerset, Md., assignor to Brandes 
Laboratories, Inc., Newark, N. J. Binding post. 
1.605.163 : Nov. 2. 

Brady Process Company. (See Averill, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Brady, Stephen E., Noel. Mo. Convertible car. 1.007.511; 
Nov. 16. 

Braemer. William (!. R.. Cranston, R. I., assignor to 
American Moistening Company. Air-conditioning np- 
pnrai lis, 1 ,5118,717 : Jan. 5. 

Braen, John, Hawthorne, N. J. Spring sash balance. 
1,599.872; Sept. 14. 

Braeutigam, Henry P. (See Dickey, E.. and Brafeutigam.) 

Brag? Caleb S., Palm Beach. Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesratb Cor- 
poration. Long Island City. N. Y. Operating suction- 
aernnted devices from the Intake manifold of internal- 
eorrtliooHon eneinos. 1.576. 432; Mar. 9. 

Braes. Caleb S.. Palm Reach. Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, nssienors to Braes-Kliesrntb Cor- 
poration, Long Island City. N. Y. Operating suction 
actuated devices in connection with internal-combustion 
engines. 1,576.433; Mar. 9. 



Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Corpo- 
ration, Long Island City, N. Y. Power actuator for 
the brake mechanism of automotive vehicles. 1,582,118 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Corpo- 
ration, Long Island City, N. Y. Power actuator. 
1,583,117; May 4. 

Bragg. Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Cor- 
poration. Long Island City, N. Y. Power actuator. 
1.592.918; July 20. 

Bragg. Caleb S., Palm Beach. Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Cor- 
poration, Long Island City, N. Y. Power actuator. 
1,592.919 ; July 20. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to Bragg-Kliesrath Cor- 
poration, Long Island City, N. Y. Hydraulic brake 
mechanism for automotive vehicles. 1,604,545 ; Oct. 26. 

Bragg, Charles W., deceased, San Diego, Calif., E. S. 
Bragg, administratrix. Pin for fabrics. 1,590,415 : 
June 29. 

Bragg, Ethel S., administratrix. (See Bragg, Charles W.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Bragg, C. S., and 
Kliesrath, assignors.) 

Braham. Joseph M., and F. E. Allison, Washington, D. C. 
Fertilizer. 1.598,038 ; Sept. 7. 

Brahs, Charles, Paterson. N. J. Lining for transmission 
and brake bands. 1,571,085 ; Jan. 26. 

Brainard. Forest J., Brocton, N. Y. Basket handle. 
1,007,233 ; Nov. 16. 

Braine, Bancroft G., Montclair, N. J., assignor to The 
Rail Joint Company, New York, N. Y. Stress-balancing 
splice bar. Rel6,311 ; Apr. 6. 

Braine. Bancroft G.. Montclair, N. J., assignor to The 
Rail Joint COmpanv. New York. N. Y. Stress-Balanc- 
ing Splice Bar. Rel6,506 ; Dec. 21. 

Braine, Bancroft G., assignor to The Rail Joint Com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. Stress-balancing splice bar. 
1.573.476; Feb. 16. 

Braine, Daniel L. (See Blum, J. K., and Braine.) 

Brainie, Lawrence M., Fellows, Calif. Transformable 
cover coat and trousers. 1.570,227: Jau. 19. 

Brainin, Clement S., Glen Ridge, N. J. Making spin- 
nerets. 1,604.216: Oct. 26. 

Brake, George U.. Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Tokheim 
Oil Tank and Pump Company. Self-measuring barrel 
pump. 1,590.805 ; June 29. 

Brake, George U., and C. Hollmann, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Tube-winding machine. 1,580.369 ; Apr. 13. 

Brakmeier. George A., Louisville, Ky. Plant marker. 
1,590,722 ; June 29. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. F. Noftzger, 
Chicago, 111., and one-half to The American Laundry 
Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Laundry ap- 
paratus. ' 1,573,626 ; Feb. 16. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. F. 
Noftzger, Chicago, 111., and one-half to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. Starch 
extractor. 1,575.964 ; Mar. 9. 

Braley. Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. F. 
Noftzger, Chicago, HI., and one-half to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Laundry drier. 1.575.965 ; Mar. 9. 

Braley, Charles L., assignor of one-half to C. F. Noftz- 
ger, Chicago, 111., and one-half to The American Laun- 
dry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Washing 
machine. 1,586.403: May 25. 

Bralev. Thomas E.. Wichita, Kans. Rotary explosive 
engine. 1 .598,518 ; Aug. 31. 

Braley. William L., assignor to The American Seeding 
Machine Companv. Springfield, Ohio. Seeding machine. 
1.598.706: Sept. 7. 

Braley, William L., and H. N. Fans, assignors to The 
American Seedine Machine Company, Springfield, Ohio. 
Cultivator. 1.576.029: Mar. 9. 

Braley. William L.. and H. N. Faas, assignors, to The 
American Seedine Machine Company, Springfield, Ohio. 
Orain drill. 1.583.118: May 4. 

Bramble, Jesse L.. assignor to The Graham Glass Com- 
pany. Evnnsvillo, Ind. Bottle. Des. 69.983: Anr. 27. 

Brsmlett, Martin F,.. and R. P. and V. S. Sladek. Taylor, 
Taylor, Tex. Marker attachment for tillage imple- 
ments. 1.589.101 : June 15. 

Bramlette, Andrew J., jr.. Huntington Tark. assignor of 
one-third to J. P. Craig. Los Angeles, Calif. Shock 
absorber. 1.571.788: Feb. 2. 

Bramlette, Ellen R., et al. (See Robinson, Hassel D., 
assienor.) 

Bramlette. Thomas G., et al. (See Robinson, Hassel D. 
assignor.) 

Rramlette, William W. Bell, Calif. Grease-gun-coupling 
device. 1. 586. 350; May 25. 

Bramley, Matthew F.. Cleveland, Ohio. Making pavement 
conformation. 1.574.754: Mar. 2. 

Prnniley-Moore, Swinfen. (See Bostock, F. J., and Bram- 
ley-Moore. ) 

Bramley-Monre, Swinfen. While Plains. N. Y.. assienor 
of one-half to J. Mclntyre. Portobello, Midlothian. 
Scotland. Crushing, crinding, refining, and mixing 
machine. 1.594,193; July 27. 



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Bramley-Mooie. Swinien, White Plains. N. Y.. and J. 
Mclntvre, Portobello, Scotland. Crushing machine. 
1.612.175 ; Dec. 2S. 

Branaman, Clinton C. Davenport. Iowa. Dam for creeks, 
ditches, etc. 1.608.835 ; Nov. 30. 

Branaman. Thomas G.. Hutchinson, Kans. Apparatus for 
elevating and weighing grain and the like. 1,605,700 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Branc. Lr.dislav. Brno, Czechoslovakia. Egg holder. 
1.589.935; June 22. 

Branch. Charles J.. Philadelphia, Pa. Adjustable pipe 
hanger. 1,572,636 ; Feb. 9. 

Branehen. Leonard E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany. Rochester, N. V. Reducing the viscosity char- 
acteristics of nitrocellulose. 1.572.266 ; Feb. 9. 

Branehen. Leonard E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, X. T. Reducing the viscosity char- 
acteristics of nitrocellulose. 1,588,089 ; June S. 

Brand, Albert. Munich, Germany. Closure for containers. 
1,603,508 : Oct. 19. 

Brand. Anna P.. assignor to B. A. Brand, Chicago, 111. 
Garter and arm band. 1,5(0,937: Jan. 26. 

Brand. Benjamin A. (See Brand, Anna P.. assignor.) 

Brand. Frederick F., Pittstield. Mass.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Transformer. 1,600,963 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Brand. Harrv R. (See Saltzman, Auguste L.. assignor.) 

Brandberg. Gustav O. N., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Cover. 
1.5S5.279; May IS. 

Br.inde, Martin, Brooklyn, X. T. Wrench. 1,599,202 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Brandecker. Frank A.. Vallejo. Calif. Electrical trans- 
mitting device. 1.610,546 : Dec. 14. 

Brandel. Lewis P. (See Flury. W. J., and Brandel.) 

Brandell. Claus O.. Chicago. IK., assignor to Concrete Tile 
Mnrhinerv Companv, Cicero, m. Tile-forming mecha- 
nism. 1.599.404 : Sept. 14. 

Branden. Otto A., Emerald, Wis. Guarding wire fences. 
1.612.604: Dec. 28. 

Braudenberger, Carl F., Fort Madison, Iowa. Grabbing 
tool. 1.57S.S00 ; Mar. 30. 

Brandenberger. Jaques E., Neuillv-sur-Seine, France. 
Manufacture of viscose films, etc. 1,601,2S9 ; Sept. 28. 

Brandenberger. Jaques E., Neuilly-snr-Seine. assignor to 
La Societe : La Cellophane Siege Social, Louvre, Fiance. 
Drying cellulose films. 1.606.S24 : Nov. 6. 

Brandenstein. M. J., & Company. (See Alvarez, Antonio, 
assignor.) 

Brandes, Friedrich W., Solvesborg, Sweden. Dustlike 
fuel. 1.571.621 ; Feb. 2. 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Bartlett, Wallace A.. 
assignor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Brady, John B., as- 
signor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Brigham, C. A., and 
Moss, assignors.) 

Brandes Laboratories Inc. (See Brigham, Cecil E., as- 
signor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Brigham, C. E., and 
Rowe, assignors.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Brown, Ralph L., as- 
signor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Dietrich, Frederick, as- 
signor, j 

Brandos Laboratories. Inc. (See Gems, William H., as- 
signor.l 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Moss, David, assignor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See Moss, David H., as- 
signor.) 

Brandes Laboratories, Inc. (See White, C. D., Steven- 
son, and Moss, assignors.) 

Brandhnrst. Ferdinand C, et al. (See Brown, John W., 
assignor.) 

Brandon. Ralph M.. and A. V. Canfield, Pasadena, Calif. 
Brake. 1.5S2.447; Apr. 27. 

Brandstetter, Josef. Chicago, 111. Windshield guard. 
1.580.645 : Apr. 13. 

Brandstetter, Josef, Chicago, 111. Vehicle cleaner. 
1.583.522; May 4. 

Brandstetter, Josef. Chicago, 111. Vehicle cleaner. 
1.5S4.7-:r. : May 18. 

Brandstetter, Josef. Chicago, 111. Curling-iron heater. 
1.5«0 102: June 15. 

Brandstetter, Josef. Chicago, 111. Cvlinder grinder. 
1.604.677 : Oct. 26. 

Brandt Automatic Cashier Company. (See Brandt, Ed- 
ward J., assignor.) 

Brandt. Charles E. J., E. A. Fouilleret. and R. M. Fichter. 
Paris. Frfinee. Electric meter. 1,609.6S7 : Dec. 7. 

Brandt. Charles M.. Llanerch, Pa. Antiskid device. 
1.57«.nns : Mar. 23. 

Brandt. Edmund S. R.. Newport, R. I., assignor to the 
Government of the Enited States, represented by the 
Secretnrv of the Navy. Torpedo. 1.571.507; Feb. 2. 

Brandt. Fdwnrd J., assignor to Brandt Automatic Cashier 
Conroany. Watertown. Wis. Coin-storage tray and sup- 
porting means therefor. 1.574.229 : Feb. 23. 

Brandt. Edward J., assignor to Brandt Automatic Cashier 
Commanv. Watertown, Wis. Calculating mechanism 
1.57S.260 : Mar. 30. 

Brandt. Erdmann N.. Tarrvtown, N. Y. Collapsible the- 
ater. 1,5S3,775; May 11. 



Brandt, Folke E., High Wycombe, England. Window. 

1,582,728 ; Apr. 27. 
Brandt, Fred O., et al. (See Kielley, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 
Brandt, John. Blair. Nebr. Combined level, plumb, and 

marking device. 1,605.701 ; Nov. 2. 
Brandt. John W-, Elvria, Ohio. Plaving ball. 1.591.210; 

Julv 0. 
Brandt. John W., Elyria, Ohio. Football. 1,597,308; 

Aug. 24. 
Brandt, Kunibert P., Oriska, N. Dak. Railway spike. 

1.569.115 : Jan. 12. 
Brandt. Luther, Bay Village, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to V. J. Harris. Cleveland, Ohio. Expansion 

wrist pin. 1.5S7.752 : June S. 
Brandt, Mathilde J., New York. N. Y. Bust support. 

1,595,596; Aug. 10. 
Brandt. Matthew A.. Minneapolis, Minn. Playing cards. 

1.5CS.206 : Jan. 5. 
Brandt, Maurice L. (See Ipsen, Henrik, assignor.) 
Brandt, Millard. Tamaqua. Pa., assignor to Atlas Powder 

Company. Wilmington, Del. Waterproofed, fireproofed 

paper and making the same. 1,5S1.779 : Apr. 20. 
Brandt, Rudolph F. (See Carpenter, C. U., and Brandt) 
Brandt. Rudolph F.. assignor to Dayton Portable Type- 
writer Company Incorporated. Dayton, Ohio. Tvpe-bar 

guide for typewriters. 1.581,628 : Apr. 20. 
Brandt. Rudolph F., Dayton. Ohio, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to J. R. Sterrett, 'H. F. Devens, and J. 

R. Speer. Mechanism for locating type plates on type 

bars. 1.C0S.015: Nov. 23. 
Brandt. Vilas A.. Star Prairie, Wis. Nut-locking washer 

1,592,438 : July 13. 
Brandtjen and Kluge. Inc. (See Kluge, Abel and E., 

assignors.) 
Brandwood, John and J., Bury, England. Method of and 

apparatus for treating yarn. 1.574.785 ; Mar. 2. 
Brandwood, John. T.. and J., Elton. Bury, England. 

Conveyer band or belt. 1.595.597 : Aug. 10. 
Brandwood. John, T.. and J.. Elton, Bury, England. 

Fluted spindle. 1,609.397 : Dec. 7. 
Brandwood, Joseph. (See Brandwood, John and J.I 
Brandwood, Joseph. (See Brandwood, John T. and J.) 
Brandwood. Joseph, Newton. Mass. Apparatus for the 

continuous treatment of textile fibers in skein form. 

1.572.637 : Feb. 9. 
Brandwood, Joseph. Waban, Mass. Apparatus for the 

treatment of yarn packages with fluids. 1.605.164 ; 

Nov. 2. 
Brandwood, Thomas. (See Brandwood, John. T., and J.) 
Branham. Walter R., Fort Valley, Ga. Flying jenny. 

1.570.124: Jan. 19. 
Branicgton. Edwin O.. assignor of one-half to O. A. 

Peters. Rochester. N. Y. Egg tray for incubators. 

1.573.038 ; Feb. 16. 
Branington, Edwin O.. assignor of one-half to O. A. 

Peters, Rochester'. N. Y. Separator. 1,578,389 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Brann. Frank R. (See Badoux, F. F.. Xeylor, and Brann.) 
Brannigan, Edward J.. Buffalo. N. Y.. assignor to West- 

inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electric 

furnace. 1.588,520 ; June 15. 
Brannon, Emmitt E., assignor of one-half to L. H. Rick- 

enbacker. Turlock, Calif. Tule and sod scraper. 

1.573.137 : Feb. 16. 

Brannon, Herbert E. (See Weinberg, L. C, and Bran- 
non.) 

Brannon, Nem W., Greer. S. C, assignor to Draper Cor- 
poration. Hopedale. Mass. Automatically-threading 
shuttle for looms. 1.576,030 ; Mar. 9. 

Brannon, Nem W.. Greer. S. C. assignor to Draper Corpo- 
ration, Hopedale, Mass. • Thread-cutting temple for 
looms. 1.583,752 ; May 4. 

Brannon. Richard, Breckenridge, Tex. Polish rod guide. 
1,601.847: Oct. 5. 

Bransky, Oscar E. (See Glair, H. F., and Bransky.) 

Branson, Charles R., San Francisco, Calif. Pulley 
wheel. 1,592.255; July 13. 

Brant. Clyde C. Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to A. L. 
New. Oee.in Park. Calif. Jar. Des. 70.358: June 15. 

Brantley. Oliver W., Jackson Heights, and W. M. Brant- 
ley, Elmhurst. N. V. Rug and carpet winding machine. 
1.577.444: Mar. 23. 

Brantlev. Warner M. (See Brantley, Oliver W. and 
W. M.) 

Brants, Charles, Yorktown, HI. Stock feeder. 1.611.303 ; 
p.-e. 21 

Braren. Lorenz K., assignor to the Firm Friedrich Deckel, 
Fabrik fur Prazisionsmecbanik und Maschinenb.ru. Mu- 
nich, Germanv. Speed-changing cam-driving mecha- 
nism. 1.574.786 : Mar. 2. 

Brase. Wilhelm, Berlin, Germany. Sewing machine. 

1.573.138 : Feb. 16. 

Brase. Wilhelm. Berlin, Germanv. Sewing machine. 
1.573.139: Feb. 16. 

Brasell. Hugh T., Fort Sumner, N. Mex. Adjustable 
splint. 1.573.296 : Feb. 16. 

Rrashear, Douglas W„ D. W. Andrews, and W. M. Mc- 
Chesnev, Richmond. Va., assignors to The American 
Tobacco Company. New York. N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for stemming tobacco. 1.593.6SS : July 27. 

Brasher. Philip, Brooklvn, N. Y. Breakwater. 1.593,863 ; 
July 27. 



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Alphabetical list af patentees — Continued. 



Crass, Edward E., Petersburg, 111. 

products. 1,581,780 ; Apr. 20. 
Brasseur, Ernest J., assignor to A. 
Stencil-stub clamp. 



Chicago, 


111. i 


Brasseur, 


Ernest 


Chicago, 


111. 


July 13. 




Brasseur, 


Ernest 


Chicago, 


111. 



Shaker for canned 

B. Dick Company, 
1,592,439; July 13. 



J., assignor to A. B. Dick Company, 
Duplicating machine. 1,592,440 ; 

J., assignor to A. B. Dick Company, 
Botary stencil-duplicating machine. 
1.607,386 ; Nov. 16. 

Brassfield, Claud, assignor of one-half to X. Glantz, 
Seattle, Wash. Clutch mechanism. 1,601,903: Oct. 5. 

Brat, Hero, Grand Rapids, Mich. Game board. 1,606,339 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Brat, Hero, Grand Rapids, Mich. Game board. 1,606,340; 
Nov. 9. 

Brathwaite, Darnell A., New York, N. Y. Compound ship- 
calkiug tool. 1,602,642 ; Oct. 12. 

Bratt, Donald, et al. CSee Gilman, R. E., Bratt, and 
Fechheimer.) 

Bratt, Donald, Irwin, Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company. Turbo ventilation uti- 
lizing baffles in air gap. 1,578,577 ; Mar. 30. 

Bratt, Donald, Irwin, and C. J. Fechheimer, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric and Manu- 
facturing Company. Turbo ventilation. 
Mar. 30. 



1,578,576 ; 

Brattain, Paul A., assignor of one-half to P. T. BIrchard, 
e. Wash. Display card. 1,575,034 ; Mar. 2. 

1.508,718; 



Ada, Minn. Air motor. 



Guard for grain-binder 



Timer. 1,584,726 ; 
Demountable rim 



Seattle. 

Brattland, Clara G. 
Jan. 5. 

Brattly, John C, St. Paul, Minn, 
conveyers. 1,580,646 ; Apr. 13. 

Bratton, Virgle E., Newark, Ohio. 
May 18. 

Braucht. Benjamin E., Crosby, N. Dak. 
for vehicles. 1.568,207 ; Jan. 5. 

Braudes, Clarence A., Philadelphia, Pa. Rug needle. 
1,611,878 ; Dec. 28. 

Brauer, Elijah, Jersey City, N. J. Hypodermic device 
1,594,595 ; Aug. 3. 

Brault, Emery. (See Gullong, J., and Brault.) 

Braun, Aquila R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Liberty National Bank, trustee, Syracuse, N. Y. Press- 
ing machine. 1,569,418 ; Jan. 12. 

Braun, Carl E., Camas, Wash., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. Regulator sys- 
tem. 1,601.341 ; Sept. 28. 

Braun, Carl F., Pasadena, Calif. Testing jig and method 
of use. 1,596,394 ; Aug. 17. 

Braun Corporation, The. (See Brown, Nicholas E., as- 
signor.) 

Braun, Evelyn P. (See Braun, William F. H. and E. P.) 

Braun, Frank C. (See Pullets, George, assignor.) 

Braun, Frederick W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
California Cyanide Company, Incorporated. Fumiga- 
tion. 1,597,759; Aug. 31. 

Braun, Hubert J. (See O'Kane, Stanley B., assignor.) 

Braun, Hubert J., Chicago, 111. Curtain tie back. Des. 
69,437; Feb. 16. 

Braun, Hubert J., Chicago, 111. Lighting-fixture husk or 
similar article. Des. 70,820 ; Aug. 17. 

Braun, Hubert J., Chicago, 111. Lighting-fixture husk or 
similar article. Des. 70,874 ; Aug. 24. 

Braun, Hubert J., Chicago, 111. Lighting-fixture busk or 
similar article. Des. 70,875 ; Aug. 24. 

Braun, Maurice, and G. Gelencser, New York, N. Y. In- 
sect trap. 1,569,170; Jan. 12. 

Braun, Philip N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Liberty National Bank, trustee, Syracuse, N. Y. Gar- 
ment and laundry press. 1,582,243; Apr. 27. 

Braun, Samuel G., New York, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Liberty National Bank, trustee, Syracuse, 
N. Y. Multiple conveyer press. 1,604,217 ; Oct. 26. 

Braun, W. F. Harold, et al. (See Braun, William F. H. 
and E. P., assignors.) 

Braun, William A., and C. Maurer, assignors to Dover 
Manufacturing Co., Dover, Ohio. Apparatus for mak- 
ing electrical heating units. 1,605,889 ; Nov. 2. 

Braun. William F. H. and E. P., Wynnewood. assignors 
to W. F. H. Braun and T. R. Powell, trading as The 
Dixie Company, Lansdown, Pa. Floor waxer and 
polisher. 1,576.173; Mar. 9. 

Braun, William H., assignor to Fallis Inc., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Bottle. Des. 69,486 : Feb. 23. 

Brainier, Pineus, and II. G. Calef, Haverhill, Mass. 
Shoes and making same. 1,606.055 ; Nov. 9. 

Braunger, Charles A. (See Larson, E. L., and Braunger.) 

Briiuning, Karl A. (See Ledin, C, and Briiuning. ) 

Brauning, Karl A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Lock casing. 
1,570,331 ; Jan. 19. 

Brauning, Karl A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Mann- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Lock. 1,598,551; 
Aug. 31. 

Brtiunlich, Frledrlch, Ausslg, Czechoslovakia, assignor of 
one-half to E. Blndschedler, Philadelphia, Pa. Water- 
soluble essential oils and perfumes. 1,580,952 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Brttunlich, Hubert. Frelwnldau, Czechoslovakia. Subject- 
ing wood and similar material to a preliminary treat- 
ment for the manufacture of paper, hoard, etc. 
1,597,717; Aug. 31. 



Braunsdorf, William, New York, N. Y. Mop-cleaning de- 
vice. 1,572,102 ; Feb. 9. 

Braunwortn, Percy L., Bloomfield, N. J. Sectional 
building. 1,593,424 ; July 20. 

Brawman Piston Ring Company. (See Brawner, G. H., 
and Manley, assignors.) 

Brawner, George H., and L. M. Manley, assignors to 
Brawman Piston Ring Company, Dallas, Tex. l'iston 
ring. 1,610,418 ; Dec. 14. 

Brawner, James J., and G. Howard, Lindale, Tex. Coun- 
ter display and dispensing case. 1,594,995 ; Aug. 3. 

Bray, Joseph K. (See Connor, George W., assignor.) 

Bray, Sammy C, Springfield, Mo. Sewing-machine needle 
guard. l,5S0,OO5 ; Apr. 6. 

Bray, Thomas J., jr., Youngstown, Ohio. Steel manu- 
facture. 1,572,179 ; Feb. 9. 

Bray, Thomas T., assignor of one-half to O. Frensley and 
G. F. Womack, Duncan, Okla. Hose clamp. 1,58S,301 ; 
June 8. 

Bray, William J., Lynchburg, Va. Clutch-lever-retaln- 
ing device. 1,585,962 ; May 25. 

Brayton, Charles A., jr., assignor to The Induction Fur- 
nace Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Building and starting 
electric induction furnaces. 1,598,236 ; Aug. 31. 

Brayton, Charles A., assignor to The Induction Furnace 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Core for induction furnaces. 
1,599,161 ; Sept. 7. 

Brazda, Ctimir S., Cicero, and L. P. Brazda, Chicago, 
111. Dental casting device. 1,595.338 ; Aug. 10. 

Brazda, Lumir P. (See Brazda, Ctimir S. and L. P.) 

Braze, J. J., Co. (See Levitan, Nathan A., assignor.) 

Brazeau, Albert. (See Goulet, Joseph, assignor.* 

Brazzil, William W., Wichita Falls, Tex. Display bulb 
box. 1,584,603; May 11. 

Brebis. Edward L., Pingree Grove, 111. Advertising- 
display device. 1,612,355 ; Dec. 28. 

Brecht, Leonard J. (See Krueger, L. C, and Brecht.) 

Breck Engineering Company. (See Childs, Gustav G., 
assignor.) 

Breck, George D., Cleveland, Ohio. Treating ferrous 
metal to prevent corrosion. 1,580.647 ; Apr. 13. 

Breck Wall Paper Company. (See Reiber, Cora S., as- 
signor.) 

Breckenfeld, Elmer A., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Rand 
Company, Inc., North Tonawanda, N. Y. Index holder. 
1,601,234 ; Sept. 28. 

Brecknell, William H., Weston-super-Mare, England. 
Hand-operated press. 1,574,787 ; Mar. 2. 

Bredar, Joseph L„ Rock Island, 111. Antichatter for ball 
joints. 1,584,428 ; May 11. 

Bredbury, Owen W., Reading, Mass. Loosening roll for 
carding machines. 1,598,800 ; Sept. 7. 

Brede, Martin H., Minneapolis, Minn. Filler cap for 
gasoline tanks and the like. 1,595,820 ; Aug. 10. 

Bredenberg, Alfred, Champlain, N. Y., assignor of one-half 
to The Sheridan Iron Works and one-half to T. W. & 
C. B. Sheridan Company. Press for operating upon 
sheet material. 1.593,565 ; July 27. 

Bredig, Georg, and E. Elod, Karlsruhe, assignors to the 
Firm of Rudolph Koepp & Co., Oestrich-on-the-Rhine, 
Germany. Production of hydrocyanic acid. 1,598,707 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bredig, Georg, and E. Elod, Karlsruhe, assignors to the 
Firm of Rudolph Koepp & Co., Oestrich-on-the-Rhine, 
Germany. Production of hydrocyanic acid. 1,610,035 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Breece, John T., Portsmouth, Ohio. Wooden floor. 
1,595.425 ; July 20. 

Breed, Thomas E. (See Nabors, Emery R., assignor.) 

Breen, Charles A., Moose Lake, Minn. Lantern. 1,575,035; 
Mar. 2. 

Breen, Edward T., New Haven, Conn. Chair seat. 
1,572,378 ; Feb. 9. 

Breen, John T„ Huron, S. Dak. Spring wheel. 1.598,237; 
Aug. 31. 

Breer, Carl, Detroit, Mich. Dishwashing apparatus. 
1,599,074; Sept. 7. 

Breer, Carl, Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Highland Park, Mich. Oil filter. 1,568,796 ; Jan. 5. 

Breer, Louis, Los Angeles, Calif. Caddy-bag display 
rack and stand. 1,569.313 ; Jan. 12. 

Breese, James L., jt., assignor to Oil Devices Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Control device for heating com- 
bustible mixtures. 1.609.150; Nov. 30. 

Breese, James L., jr., assignor to Quaker Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Small oil-burner-stove unit. 
1,610,486; Dec. 14. 

Breeze, Victor, Brighton, England. Switch for electric 
circuits. 1,582.376 ; Apr. 27. 

Bregeat, Jean H., Paris, France. Preventing loss of 
volatile liquids. 1,608,365: Nov. 23. 

Bregman, Harry, Lorain, Ohio, assignor to The Steel 
Stamping Company. Sadiron handle. 1,583,242; 
May 4. 

Bregoz, Anthony, New York, N. Y. Brake. 1,612,356; 
Dec. 28. 

Breguet, Louis, assignor to Soci^te' Anonyme des Ateliers 
d'Avintion Louis Breguet. Paris, France. Internal- 
combustion engine. 1,603,659; Oct. 19. 

BrCguet, Louis and P., Geneva, Switzerland. Apparatus 
to control the number of turns of the drawing shaft 
in drawing benches. 1,572,761 ; Feb. 9. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1926. 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Breguet, Louis and P., Geneva, Switzerland. Spool for 
wire drawing. 1,588,521 ; June 15. 

BrGguet, Paul. (See Breguet, Louis and P.) 

Brebin, Frederick W., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Camera-lens-carriage clamp. 
1,583,051; May 4. 

Brehni, Frederick W., and G. W. Adams, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Camera 
handle and latch. 1,572,267 ; Feb. 9. 

Bremer, Anthony C. (See Norman, William S., assignor.) 

Breisch, Edgar W., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Hot- 
cathode apparatus. 1,572,882 ; Feb. 16. 

Breisch, Edgar W., Edgewood, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Lightning 
arrester. 1,578,578; Mar. 30. 

Breisig, Albert, Vienna, Austria. Complete gasification 
of bituminous fuel. 1,598,473 ; Aug. 31. 

Breitenfelt. Arthur E., Hartford, Wis. Adjustable tap- 
pet-rod head. 1.591,607 : July 6. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Co., New Haven, Conn. Self-opening die head. 
1,579,912 ; Apr. 6. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Co., New Haven, Conn. Fixture for grinding the 
teeth of chasers. 1,603,446 ; Oct. 19. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Co., New Haven, Conn. Self-opening die head. 
1.606,502 : Nov. 9. 

Brekken, Edward C, Pekin, N. Dak. Duplex register. 
1,597,309 ; Aug. 24. 

Brelsford, Harley F., Sidney, Ohio. Aiming device for 
cameras. 1,605,389 ; Nov. 2. 

Bremer, Harry A., Chicago, 111. Visual indicator. 
1.611,879 : Dec. 28. 

Bremer, Harry A., assignor to Bremer-Tully Manufac- 
turing Company, Chicago, 111. Curved spirally-wound 
coil and producing the same. 1,580,953 ; Apr. 13. 

Bremer, Hugo E., Berlin, Germany. Vehicle for rough 
ground. 1,592,654 ; July 13. 

Bremer, Joseph H., Tampa, Fla. Push button. 1,571,316 : 
Feb. 2. 

Bremer-Tully Manufacturing Company. (See Bremer, 
Harry A., assignor.) 

Bremer-Tully Manufacturing Company. (See O'Brien, 
William J., assignor.) 

Bremken, Charles, assignor to Cheney Talking Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Talking-machine cabinet. 
1,577,445; Mar. 23. 

Brendle, Julius, Zurich, Switzerland. Workman's time 
recorder. 1,588,090 ; June 8. 

Brendle, Julius, Zurich, Switzerland. Recording instru- 
ment. 1,590,806 ; June 29. 

Breneman, Floyd P.. Habana, Cuba. Centrifugal basket. 
1,592,717 ; July 13. 

Breneman, Paul E., assignor to C. R. Wilson Body Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Attachable upholstery for vehicle 
bodies. 1,574,806: Mar. 2. 

Brenizer, Orson W., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam iron. 
1.597,427 ; Aug. 24. 

Brenizer, Orson W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to J. E. 
Ocrden, Mountainville, N. Y. Toggle holt. 1,600,034 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Brenizer, Orson W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to J. E. 
Ogden, Mountainville, N. Y. Toggle bolt. 1,600,035 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Brenkert. Joseph W., San Diego, Calif. Vehicle direc- 
tion and stop signaling means. 1,583,119 ; May 4. 

Brenkert. Joseph W. and K.. Highland Park, Mich. Il- 
luminating apparatus. 1.591.211 : July 6. 

Brenkert. Joseph W. and K., Detroit, Mich. Spotlight. 
1,595,753 ; Aug. 10. 

Brenkert, Karl. (See Brenkert. Joseph W. and K.) 

Breunan, Charles T., assignor to The E. J. Manville Ma- 
chine Company, Waterbury, Conn. Mechanism for feed- 
ing metal blanks. 1.571.232 ; Feb. 2. 

Brennan, J. M. (See Stocker, Charles S., assignor.) 

Brennan, James J., et al. (See McLaughlin, William J., 
assignor.) 

Brennan, James S., Attleboro, Mass. Automatic alarm 
mechanism. 1,595,598 ; Aug. 10. 

Brennan, Joseph P.. Memphis. Tenn. Sign holder for 
automobiles. 1589.622; June 22. 

Brennan-Taylor Corporation. (See Taylor, Huston, as- 
signor.) 

Brennan, Thomas H., Chicago, 111. Construction for in- 
ductances. 1,568,871 ; Jan. 5. 

Brennan, William R. (See Bargen. W. J., and Brennan.) 

Brenne, Arild M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Hand brake. 
1,570,609 ; Jan. 26. 

Brenne, Arild M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner, Inc. Friction shock-absorb- 
ing mechanism. 1.571,699: Feb. 2. 

Brenne, Arild M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to W. H. Miner. Inc. Friction shock-absorb- 
ing mechanism. 1,599.635; Sept. 14. 

Brenne, Carl F., Seattle, Wash. Bookbinding. 1,585,076 ; 
May 18. 

Brenneis, Louis, Oxnard, Calif., assignor to Brenneis 
Manufacturing Company, Oxnard, Calif. Wheel con- 
struction. 1,581,165; Apr. 20. 



Brenneis, Louis, Oxnard, Calif., assignor to Brenneis 
Manufacturing Company. Power lift for agricultural 
vehicles and implements. 1,586,236 ; May 25. 

Brenneis, Louis, assignor to Brenneis Manufacturing 
Company, Oxnard, Calif. Agricultural implement 
with detachable working member. 1,591.414 ; July 6. 

Brenneis Manufacturing Company. (See Brenneis, Louis, 
assignor.) 

Brenner, Frederick A., Milwaukee, Wis. Leather-splitting 
machine. 1,594,875 ; Aug. 3. 

Brenner. George, Cleveland, Ohio. Handle-bar device. 
1,600,972 ; Sept. 28. 

Brenner, Jean N., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to Ready- 
set Marceller Company. Hair-waving device. 1,582,244 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Brenner, Louis, Columbus, Ohio. Trouser supporter. 
1,597,508; Aug. 24. 

Brenner, Lupu W., Detroit, Mich. Poppet valve. 
1,584,975 ; May 18. 

Brenner, Peter, Monticello, N. Y. Shears. 1,590,075 ; 
June 22. 

Brenner, William L., Detroit, Mich. Engine valve. 
1,607,051 ; Nov. 16. 

Brenny, Thomas P., Foley, Minn. Halter. 1,580,553 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Brenot, Rene\ Paris, France, assignor to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Company, Bayonne, N. J. Chain grate. 
1,581,629 ; Apr. 20. 

Brent, George E., Nashville, Tenn. Casing for a candy 
machine. Des. 69,199 ; Jan. 12. 

Brent, Henry W., Baltimore, Md. Window-shade bracket. 
1,579,637 ; Apr. 6. 

Breut, James A., Spokane, Wash. Automobile body. 
Des. 70,731 : Aug. 3. 

Brents, Fred R. (See Christy, S. B., Long, and Brents.) 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to Max Ams 
Chemical Engineering Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Pump. 1,604,802 ; Oct. 26. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Heading ma- 
chine. 1,608.162 ; Nov. 23. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Flanging ma- 
chine. 1,609.986; Dec. 7. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, assignor to The Max Ams 
Machine Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Seaming ma- 
chine. 1.612.564; Dec. 28. 

Brereton, Wilfred P., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Golf 
ball. 1,580,230 ; Apr. 13. 

Breslauer, Joseph, assignor to Compagnie de 1'Azote et 
des Fertilisants S. A., Geneva, Switzerland. Prepara- 
tion of a solution of cyanamide from commercial cal- 
cium cyanamide. 1.595,754 : Aug. 10. 

Breslauer, Joseph, and C. Goudet, assignors to Socigte' 
d'Etudes Cbimiques pour l'lndustrie, Geneva, Switzer- 
land. Manufacture of salts of urea. 1,572.638 : 
Feb. 9. 

Bresnahan. Patrick W., De Graff, Minn. Trail sign. 
Des. 70.399 ; June 22. 

Bresnin, John T., Lancaster. Ohio. Lens grinding and 
polishing machine. 1.579,506 ; Apr. 6. 

Bresser, Lambert, assignor to the Firm Waggonfabrik 
A.-G., Uerdingen-on-the-Rhine. Germany. Gauge-drill- 
ing means. 1,597,176 ; Aug. 24. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Santiago, Cuba. Bolt for 
corrugated doors. 1.587,939 ; June 8. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Santiago, Cuba. Folding 
door. 1.587,940 ; June 8. 

Bretsnyder, William, Chicago, 111. Bath brush. 
1.5S7.753 ; June 8. 

Brett, James J., assignor of one-half to G. S. Fosnaugh, 
Huntington Beach, Calif. Pump valve. 1,580,402 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Brett, William H., Cleveland Heights, and F. P. Allen, 
assignors to The Enamel Products Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Street and display sign holder. 1,603,311 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Brettsehnoider, Josephine, St. Paul, Minn. Water waver. 
1.571.317; Feb. 2. 

Bretzfelder, Israel E. and M. K., and J. Shady, assignors 
to Krakauer Bros., New York, N. Y. Piano-locking de- 
vice. 1,575.532: Mar. 2. 

Bretzfelder, Maurice K. (S«e Bretzfelder, Israel E. and 
M. K., and Shady.) 

Breuner. Benjamin, Providence, R. I. Vanity case. 
1.583.120: May 4. 

Brevex, Societe Anonyme. (See Felix, E., and Fluck, 
assignors.) 

Brewe, John F.. Chicago, 111. Antifriction window-sash 
support. 1.592.515 : July 13. 

Brewer, Addison P. (See Williams, B. H.. and Brewer.) 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor 
to Cannon Engineering Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Generator 
for steam pressing irons. 1.576.568 ; Mar. 16. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor to 
Cannon Engineering Co.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric 
steam pressing iron. 1.593.896 : July 27. 

Brewer, Charles A.. Noroton Heights. Conn., assignor to 
Cannon Engineering Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pressing ap- 
pliance. 1.593.897: July 27. 

Brewer, Charles A.. Noroton Heights. Conn., assignor to 
Cannon Engineering Co.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric sad- 
iron. 1,593,S9S ; July 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brewer, Fred J. (See Lehman, W., Brewer, Hoar, John- 
ston, and Fykse.) 

Brewer, Frederick C., Los Angeles, Calif. Bath mat and 
the like. 1,577,008 ; Mar. 23. 

Brewer, John W., assignor of one-half to M. A. Ward, 
Magna, Utah. Rail-supporting device. 1,572,127 ; 
Feb. 0. 

Brewer, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Micrometer. 
1,591,740; July 0. 

Brewer, Robert E., Boston, assignor to B. Ames, Lowell, 
Mass. Liquid-fuel vaporization. 1,010,053 ; Dec. 14. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Eddy, Charles 
C, assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Slocum, Les- 
lie G. S., assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Stannard, B. M.. 
and Bishop, assignors.) 

Brewer-Tit ■chener Corporation, The. (See Stannard, B. 
M., Bishop, and Evans, assignors.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation. (See Wenn, Floyd D., 
assignor.) 

Brewer, William A., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Ameri- 
can Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. 
Car roof. 1,605,390; Nov. 2. 

Brewerton, Arthur E., Acton, London, England. Ap- 
paratus for indicating components of movement. 
1.502,553 ; July 13. , 

Brewin, Harry E., and A. C. Mackev, Pleasantville, N. J. 
Dyeing machine. 1,600,973 ; Sept. 28. 

Brewster, Harry C, Shreveport, La. Pipe tongs. 
1.572,986 : Feb. 10. 

Brewster, Harry C., Shreveport, La. Spindle driver. 
1,592.133 : July 13. 

Brewster, Harry C, Shreveport, La. Casing protector. 
1,607,430 ; Nov. 10. 

Brewster, Percy D., East Orange, N. J. Color cinematog- 
raphy. 1.5S0.114 ; Apr. 13. 

Brewster, Percy D.. East Orange, N. J. Color cinematog- 
raphy. 1,580,115 ; Apr. 13. 

Breyer, Frank G., Palmerton, Pa., assignor to The New 
Jersey Zinc Company, New York, N. Y. Metallurgical 
furnace. 1.594,000; July 27. 

Breyer, Frank G., Palmerton, and C. W. Farber, Bow- 
manstown, Pa., assignors to The New Jersey Zinc Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Making zinc sulphide. 

1.594.001 ; July 27. 

Breyer, Frank G., Palmerton, and C. W. Farber, Bow- 
manstown, Pa., assignors to The New Jersey Zinc Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Making zinc sulphide. 

1.594.002 ; July 27. 

Breyer, Theodore V., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Float- 
operated circuit closer. 1,577,086; Mar. 23. 

Breyfogle, Lewis W. (See Yeaton, A. F.. and Breyfogle.) 

Breyley, Edward W., assignor to The Friction Car Stop 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Connected friction car stop 
shoes. 1,575,411 ; Mar. 2. 

Brezovitz, Anton, South Bend, Ind. Dump car. 1,008,923 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Briais, Henry E., now, by judicial change of name, Henry 
E. Price, New York, N. Y. Combined clutch and trans- 
mission mechanism. 1.594,239 ; July 27. 

Briar. Charles T., San Diego, Calif. " Steam generator. 
1,590.797 ; Aug. 17. 

Brice, Hattie M., Akron, Ohio. Christmas-tree holder. 
1,598.302 ; Aug. 31. 

Brice, Henry B. (See Briais. Henry E.) 

Brice, John F., Bensalem Township, Bucks Co., Pa. 
Motor, 1,007.431 ; Nov. 10. 

Pricker. Abraham II., and P. Rashkin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Machine for pressing seams. 1,011,157 ; Doc. 21. 

Brickey. Lucilo J., assignor of one-half to A. C. John- 
son, Los Angeles, Calif. Massage roller. 1.011,811 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Brickhpuse, Edward J. (See Butt, William P., as- 
signor.) 

Bricq, Robert. (See Vernes, A., Bricq. Jobin. and Yoon.) 

Bridge, Daniel A., it al. (See Benedict, Adelbert A., as- 
signor.) 

Bridge, Ellis IT.. Akron, Ohio, assignor to The Electric 
Storage Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Handle 
for battery boxes. 1,578,003; Mar. 2:;. 

Bridge, .lames It., I.os Angeles, Calif. Air-cooling de 
vice. 1.580.941 ; June 1. 

Brldgeford, John J.. Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace-stoking 
mechanism. 1,01 1 .si 1: ; Dec. 21. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Clark, Walter R., as- 
signor. 1 

Bridgeport Coach Lace Company, The. (See Naramore, 
William W.. assignor:) 

Bridgeport Hardware Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Hobos, Willis v.. assignor, ) 

Bridgeport Hardware Manufacturing Corporation, The. 
(See llolibs. W. P., and Anderson, assignors.) 

Bridgeport Hardware Manufacturing Corporation, The. 
(See Piatt, Arthur I., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Rolling Mills, inc., The. (See Sage, Charles 

S.i assignor. I 

Bridgeport Safety Emery Wheel Company, The. (See 
Ryde, El win R., assignor.) 

Bridges, A. S., et al. (See Ncsmith, Samuel D., as- 
signor.) 



Bridges, Charles A., and A. K. Sutherland, assignors to 
Moe-Bridges Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Lighting-unit 
holder. 1,5S1,781 ; Apr. 20. 

Bridges, Charles E., Long Beach, Calif. Automatic air 
gauge. 1,577,243 ; Mar. 16. 

Bridges, George W., Minden, La. Savz-filing machine. 
1,610,922; Dec. 14. 

Bridges, James E., Alameda, Calif. Electrical measur- 
ing instrument. 1,586,649 ; June 1. 

Bridges, Orville A., Zanesville, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hartford-Empire Company, Hartford, 
Conn. Method of and apparatus for feeding glass. 
1,590.924 ; June 29. 

Bridgewater. Horace M. (See Fliegelman, D., and 
Brjdgewafer.) 

Bridgham, Barton C. San Francisco, Calif. Illuminated 
display device. 1,601,554 ; Sept. 28. 

Bridgman, Row W., Allegan, Mich. Fuse holder. 
1.601,673; Sept. 28. 

Bridgman Smith Patents Company. (See Smith, Harry 
B., assignor.) 

Bridgwater, Herbert E., Syracuse, assignor to Remington 
Typewriter Company, llion, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 1.5S2.448 ; Apr. 27. 

Bridgwood, William D., Aylesbury, assignor to Beckett, 
Laycock & Watkinson Limited, London, England. Win- 
dow guide. 1,582.506; Apr. 27. 

Bridler, John J., San Francisco, Calif. Window con- 
struction. 1,575,811 ; Mar. 9. 

Bridler, John J., Sau Francisco, Calif. Hinge member 
for slidable swingable closures and like objects. 
1,003,741 ; Oct. 19. 

Bridwell. Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Chuck. 1,559.355 ; 
June 22. 

Dried. Julien A. (See Rogers, Samuel I., assignor.) 

Bried, Julien A., Oakland, Calif. Shoe-positioning de- 
vice for skates. 1,568,264 ; Jan. 5. 

Bried, Julien A., Oakland, Calif. Child's toddler type 
of vehicle. 1,586,942 ; June 1. 

Brier, Henry, Dartford, England. Tire-inflation gauge. 
1.597,668 ; Aug. 31. 

Briere, Hermenegilde, and J. H. Gagnier, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Sawing machine. 1,000,019 ; 
- Sept. m. 

Brierley, Eustace C, Bath, England. Polishing device. 
1,575,533 ; Mar. 2. 

Brierley, Walter, Miami, Fla. Measuring and dispensing 
spout for containers. 1.005.702 ; Nov. 2. 

Brierly, Samuel L. (See Kirk, A., and Brierly.) 

Briggle. Daniel, Bloomdale, Ohio. Bridle attachment. 
1.5S0,G02 ; June 1. 

Briggs, Arie B., assignor of one-half to D. Hogan, Denver, 
Colo. Traffic marker. 1,006,825 ; Nov. 10. 

Briggs, Arthur J., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to National 
Carbon Company, Inc. Spacer for depolarizing bobbins. 
1,5S5,077: May 18. 

Briggs, Arthur J., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to National 
Carbon Company, Inc. Electrical switch. 1,580.050 ; 
June 1. 

Briggs, Burdett B., Chicago. 111. 1,000,920 ; Sept. 21. 

Briggs, D. F..| Company. (See Slaiger, Henry, assignor.) 

Briggs, Elmer L., Plymouth, Mass. Shoe fastener. 
1.582.667; Apr. 27. 

Briggs, Elmer L., executor. (See Cordino, Dominick.) 

Briggs, Harry E., Anderson, Ind. Electrically-heated 
igniter. 1.609.6S8 ; Dec. 7. 

Briggs, Harry M.. Houlton, Me. Camp cooking device. 
1.594,708 ; Aug. 3. 

Briggs, Raymond C, and C. J. Severn, Washington, D. C. 
Hand vacuum cleaner. 1,005,800 ; Nov. 2. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Lundberg, Everett 
E., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Maise, Herman 
('., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, Wil- 
liam, assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Morgana, Charles, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Williams, Clif- 
ford J., assignor.) 

Briggs. Milton O., Muscatine, Iowa. Window curtain 
and shade supporting bracket. 1,568,872; Jan. 5. 

Briggs, Peter A.. Spokane, Wash. Press. 1,571,622 ; 
Feb, 2. 

Briggs, Southwick W., Glcnmont, Md. Tractor scoop. 
1.509,944 ; Jan. 19. 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Mack, Perry E.. 
assignor.) 

Brings, Thomas A.. Providence, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Mo. Feeding mech- 
anism for stapling machines. 1.586,004; May 25. 

Briggs, Warren I?.. Stratford, Conn. Pencil sharpener 
and wiper. 1,582,029; Apr. 27. 

Briggs William C, Ashbourne, Pa. Electric controller. 
1,598,080 : Sept. 7. 

Brigham. Albert IT., Whitman, Mass. Feeding mechanism 
for nail. tack, and similar machines. 1.568.719 : Jan. 5 

Brigham, Cecil E.. East Orange. N. J., assignor, bv mesne 
assignments, to Brandos Laboratories Inc., Newark. 
N. J. Visual testing system for electromagnetic sound 
reproducers. 1,009,398 ; Dec. 7. 



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85 



Brigham, Cecil E., and C. R. Rowe, East Orange, as- 
signors to Brandes Laboratories, Inc., Newark, N. J. 
Circuits for electromagnetic sound reproducers. 
1.5S2.505 ; Apr. 27. 

Brigliam, Cyril A., East Orange, and D. H. Moss, as- 
signors to Brandes Laboratories, Inc., Newark, N. J. 
Cone speaker. 1.604.017 ; Oct. 19. 

Brigham. Edward F.. and J. N. Daniels. Newark. N. J., 
assignors to Benjamin & Johnes. Sewing machine. 
1.574.184; Feb. 23. 

Brigham. Edward *'., and J. N. Daniels, Newark, N. J., 
assignors to Benjamin & Johnes. Automatic work-feed 
control for sewing machines. 1,574.185 ; Feb. 23. 

Brigham-Hopkins Company. (See Robson, William H., 
assignor.) 

Brighouse, James, Aberdeen, Scotland. Sha'ckle. 

1. 001.290 ; Sept. 2S. 

Bright, Charles G. (See Mahler, E.. and Bright.) 

Bright, Harold E., Hamilton, New Zealand. Automatic 
outfall for the tidal discharge of sewage. 1,575,094 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bright Star Battery Company. (See Keller, Frederick 
A., assignor.) 

Bright Star Battery Company. (See Sokolow, Samuel. 
assignor.) 

Brighton. John C.. Asury Park, N. J. Fire escape. 
i:tJ08.u54; Not. 23. 

Brighton Mills. (See Jelleme, William O., assignor.) 

Brighton Mills. (See Pearson, W. H., and Kelly, as- 
signors.) 

Brightwell. Jesse L. (See Banks, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Brignolo, Cvrill, T. Amari, and G. Brignolo, East Boston, 
Mass. Bumper. 1.573.672 ; Feb. 16. 

Brignolo. Giuseppe. (See Brignolo, C, Amari, and Bri- 
gnolo. ) 

Brill. Aron, New York, N. Y. Hand bell. Des. C9.793 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Curwen, Samuel M.. 
assignor.) 

Brill. J. G., Company, The. (See Geary, Warren, as- 
signor.) 

Brill. Josiah E. (See Brown, Walter F.. assignor.) 

Brill, Lawrence E., assignor to The Jeffrey Manufactur- 
ing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Chain. 1,573.627 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Brillantes, Jos<5 L., Bangar, La Union, P. I. Acetylene 
generator. 1.579.S56 ; Apr. 6. 

Brillo Manufacturing Company. (See Field, C, Flowers, 
and Cray, assignors.) 

Brincil, Joseph, Plainfield, N. J. Bearing and making 
same. 1,583.913 : May 11. 

Brincil, Joseph, Plainfield, N. J. Bearing and making it. 
1.597,428; Aug. 24. 

Brincil. Joseph, Plainfield, N. J. Bearing and making 
it. 1,597,429 : Aug. 24. 

Brinckeroff. Ralph M., Los Angeles. Calif. Line testing 
and protection apparatus. 1.592.920 : July 20. 

Brindle. Percival, Lostock, Bolton. England. Commutator 
or distributor for ignition systems of internal-combus- 
tion engines. 1,610,845 ; Dec. 14. 

Briner. Einil A., East Orange. N. J., and H. J. Guild, 
Bangor, Me. ; said Guild assignor to Easten Manu- 
facturing Company, Boston, "Mass. Drying paper. 
1.573.297: Feb. 16. 

Briney, Ottis R., Pontiac, Mich. Lock means. 1,603,022 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bring, Einar J„ Franklin, Pa. Fire-box door. 1,5S2,160 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bringhenti. Plinio. Milan, Italy. Apparatus for recover- 
ing heat from coke, slags, ashes, and other solid sub- 
stances. 1.597.71S ; Aug. 31. 

Brink. Carl A., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Universal 
Winding Company, Boston, Mass. Winding machine. 
1.583.243 : May 4. 

Brinkema, John R., Glenvil. Nebr. Self-dump bundle 
carrier. 1,584,604; May 11. 

Brinker, Elwood S., Newark, and J. R. Haviland. Jersey 
Citv, N. J., assignors to Shur Loc Elevator Safety 
Company, New York, N. Y. Elevator. 1,583,966 ; 
May 4. 

Brinkerhoff, Josiah, et al. (See Walter, Ira D., as- 
signor.) 

Brinkman, Frederick A. (See Barnhill, Josephine M., as- 
signor.) 

Brinkman. Louis G., Dayton, Ohio. Toy telephone. 
1,002.643; Oct. 12. 

Brinkman. Louis (J., Dayton, Ohio. Toy telephone. 
1.011.158: Dec. 21. 

Brinkman, Oscar F., assignor of one-half to M. Klivansky, 
Lancaster, Pa. Attachment for motor vehicles. 
1.573.910 : Feb. 23. 

Brinkman. Sebastian G.. Perth Amboy, N. J. Carburet- 
or. 1.607.052 : Nov. 16. 

Brinkmeyer, Edward G., and G. H. Rolfes. assignors to 
A. H. Handlan. St. Louis, Mo. Lantern bail. 
1.602,519 ; Oct. 12. 

Brinley, Ottis R., Pontiac, Mich. Bushing means. 
1,587,504; June 8. 

Brinson, Roma E., Atlantic City, N. J. Adjustable sup- 
port. 1.575.534 ; Mar. 2. 

Brintnall Manufacturing Company, The. (See Brintnall. 
Thomas M., assignor.) 



Brintnall, Thomas M., Los Angeles. Calif. Reenforcement 
for match boxes. 1,609,987 ; Dec. 7. 

Brintnall, Thomas M., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
The Brintnall Manufacturing Company. Counter- 
weighted lowering floor. 1,578.004 ; Mar. 23. 

Brintnall, Thomas M„ and G. G. Uth, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Protective device for bank tellers. 1,581,425 ; Apr. 20. 

Brinton, Charles C, Edgewood, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv. Balancing 
clamp. 1.610,487 : Dec. 14. 

Brinton. H., Company. (See Ames, E. U., and Newell, 
assignors.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See MacNamee, Joseph B., 
assignor.) 

Briody, Bernard, assignor to Truscon Steel Company, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Contraction joint. 1,591.803 ; 
Julv 6. 

Briscoe Devices Corporation. (See Briscoe, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Briscoe Devices Corporation. (See McCalmont, Albertus 
W., assignor.) 

Briscoe. Frank, Jackson, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Briscoe Devices Corporation, Pontiac, Mich. Car- 
buretor. 1.5S0.403 ; Apr. 13. 

Briscoe, Frank, Pontiac, and W. S. Lee. Detroit, Mich. : 
said Lee assignor to said Briscoe. Timer. 1,584,429 ; 
May 11. 

Briscoe, Fred S., San Francisco, Calif. Pie pan. 
1,583,523; May 4. 

Briscoe, Herman T. (See Mathers, F. C, and Briscoe.) 

Briscoe, John W., Ingram, Pa. Chuck. 1,568,049 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Briscoe, Walter W.. Staunton, Va. Cigar and cigarette 
light extinguisher. 1,574,599 ; Feb. 23. 

Briskiu. Joseph H.. Los Angeles, Calif. Radiator con- 
struction. 1.611,992; Dec. 28. 

Bristol Aeroplane Company, The. (See Fedden, Alfred 
H. R., assignor.) 

Bristol, Benjamin H., A. G. Beal, and M. B. Hall, as- 
signors to The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass. Fit- 
ting for thermometers. 1. 586. 351 ; May 25. 

Bristol Company, The. (See Bristol, Howard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol Company, The. (See Pinkler, Arthur P., as- 
signor.) 

Bristol, Edgar H., assignor to The Foxboro Company, Fox- 
boro. Mass. Retainer for glazings and the like. 
1.582,865 ; Apr. 27. 

Bristol, Edgar H., assignor to The Foxboro Company, 
Foxboro. Mass. Pressure eauge. 1,592.415: July 13. 

Bristol, Harlan B., Burlingame, Calif. Indicating device 
for synchronizing the braking power applied to the 
wheels of vehicles. 1,584,076 : May 11. 

Bristol. Howard H.. Naugatuck, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury. Conn. Portable electrical trans- 
mitter unit for phonographs. 1.601.425 ; SeDt. 28. 

Bristol, Roy J. (See 'lull, W. C, and Bristol.) 

Bristol Seamless Ring Company. (See Kronstadt, Max, 
assignor.) 

Bristol, William H. (See Lilienfeld. Julius E., assignor.) 

Bristol, William M.. Highland, assignor to California 
Fruit Growers Exchange. Los Angeles, Calif. Citrous- 
fruit-juice extractor. 1.596.148 : Aug. 17. 

Bristow, Franciss G.. Sidney, Australia. Sheep-shear 
comb. 1,598.59S ; Sept. 7. 

Bristow. Franciss G., Sydney. Australia, assignor to 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. Handhold jacket for 
power-operated sheep shears and the like. 1.579,507 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Britan. Harlan M.. Ojus, Fla. Stove. 1.59S.339 ; Aug. 31. 

British Aluminium Company, The. (See Gwyer, A. G. C, 
and Phillips, assignors.) 

British-American Tobacco Company. (See Schwenck. 
Otto, assignor.) 

British Arkady Company Limited,. The. (See Hewitt, 
Harry, assignor.) 

British Cutlery Research Association, The. (See Atkins, 
Harry F., assignor.) 

British" Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. (See Baddiley, 
J., and Hill, assignors.) 

British Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. (See Baddiley, 
J., and Tatum, assignors.) 

British Dyestuffs ' Corporation Limited. (See Baddiley, 
J.. Hill, and Ril^y. assignors.) 

British Dyestuffs Corporation Limited. (See Lefehure, 
V., and Hailwood. assignors.) 

British Leather Manufacturers' Research Association. 
(See Lloyd, D. J., and Pickard, assignors.) 

British Lighting and Ignition Company, The. (See 
Hutton. J. C. and Whitehouse. assignors.! 

British Oxygen Company Limited, The. (See Barr, James 
C, assignor.) 

British Research Association for the Woolen and Worsted 
Industries. The. (See Bliss. Henry J. W.. assignor.) 

Britt, Benjamin H. (See Ward, W. S.. and Britt.) 

Britt. Beniamin H., assignor to Electruck Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Batterv-lifting device. 1.602,521 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Brittain. Doss. Galesburg. 111. Blotter attachment for 
pen staffs. 1.579.465 : Apr. 6. 

Brittain, Gustavus O., Canton, Ohio. Air-cooled engine. 
1,571,086 ; Jan. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
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Brittain, Harold A., assignor to The Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Pneumatic tire. 
1,575,966; Mar. 9. 

Brittain, Harold A., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Protective device for 
pneumatic tires. 1,595,339 ; Aug. 10. 

Brittain, Percival F. (See Jenkins, A. D., Brook, David- 
son, and Brittain.) 

Brittain, Thomas W., Long Beach, Calif. Oil-well pump. 
1,575,250 ; Mar. 2. 

Brittingham, Vertner D., Denver, Colo. Playing cards. 
1,569,945 ; Jan. 19. 

Britton, Charles B., Browning, Mo. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,684,605 ; May 11. 

Britton, Charles C, Las Animas, Colo. Machine for 
stuffing hot tamales, sausage, and the like. 1,602,331 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Britton, Claude O., Aurora, 111. Figure toy. 1.588,006 ; 
June 8. 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Hale, W. J., and Britton.) 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Harlow, I. F., and Britton.) 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., assignor to The Dow 
Chemical Company. Making pyrrolidine derivatives. 
1.607,605; Nov. 23. 

Britton, Francis J., assignor of one-half to C. Gilmer. 
Brainerd, Minn. Support for nursing bottles. 
1,590,227; June 29. 

Britton, James H., Aberdeen, Md. Caliper. 1,604,876 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Britton, Joseph W. (See Hale. W. J., and Britton.) 

Britton, Joseph W. (See Putnam, M. E., and Britton.) 

Britton, Lloyd R., et al., trustees. (See Yates, Omar M., 
assignor.) 

Britton, William M., Syracuse, N. Y. Coupling for differ- 
ential-gear rings. 1,610,739; Dec. 14. 

Brix, Harold, assignor to Sharp & Smith Incorporated. 
Chicago, 111. Syringe. 1,589,046 ; June 15. 

Brixey, Austin D., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to The 
Replitura Corporation. Moving-picture apparatus. 
1.588,935; June 15. 

Brixner, Roland, Burbank, and W. H. Conklin, Los 
Angeles, Calif., said Brixner assignor to said Conklin. 
Automobile radiator ornament. Des. 70.821 ; Aug. 17. 

Brixner, Tessie, New York, N. Y. Attachment for thera- 
peutic back rests. 1,602,877 ; Oct. 12. 

Brlas, Matt, Indiana Harbor, Ind. Stump puller. 
1.592,132 ; July 13. 

Broadbent, Roy, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Tire-stripping device. 1,603.231 ; Oct. 12. 

Broadbere, Martin A., and J. W. Costello, Crescent City, 
asignors of one-fourth to F. H. Matthew, Sacramento, 
and one-fourth to J. V. Matthew, Venice, Calif. In- 
ternal-combustion engine. 1,582,377 ; Apr. 27. 

Broadbridge, Walter, E. Edser, and W. W. Stenning 
London. England, assignors to Mineral Separation 
North American Corporation, New York. N. Y. Drying 
of finely-divided carbonized fuel. 1,606,867 ; Nov. 16. 

Broadhead, Albert. (See Broadhead, Joseph, assignor.) 

Broadhead. Joseph, assignor of one-half to A. Broad- 
head, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Hoist. 1,583,442 ; 
May 4. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Ilickok Manufac- 
turing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Ruling apparatus 
1,572,421 ; Feb. 9. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Mfg. Com- 
pany, Harrisburg, Pa. Beam for ruling pens. 1,581,166 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to The W. O. Hickok Manu- 
facturing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet-feeding ap- 
paratus. 1.587,816 ; June 8. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Mfg. Com- 
pany. Harrisburg, Pa. Underlift for ruling pons. 
1.609.903: Dec. 7. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Ilickok Mfg. Com- 
pany. Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet-eripping means for sheet- 
controlling gates. 1,000.904 ; Dec. 7. 

Broadwell, Harry M., assignor to The Trumbull Electric 
Manufacturing Company. Plainville, Conn. Inclosed 
switch. 1.508,042 ; Jan. 5. 

Broadwell. William C, New York, N. Y. Separator. 
1,604.540: Oct. 26. 

Broadwell, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined con 
fection and whistle. 1,609,701 ; Dec. 7. 

Broadwin. Abraham S., New York. N. Y. Writing at 
taehment for telephones. 1.612.258; Dec. 28. 

Broadwood, John & Sons Limited. (See Collen, Robert 

II., assignor.) 
Broberg, Earl J., Coffeyville. Kans., assignor to Robinson 
Packer Company, Tulsa, Okla, Swab regulator. 
1.601.714 : Oct. 5. 

Broberg, Isidor. (See Ljungstriim, F.. and Broberg. ) 
Broberg, Isldor, G. Wahlsten, and F. Ljungstroin. as 
signors to Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturhin, Lidln 
gO-Brevlk, Sweden. Locomotive and similar vehicle. 
1,596,697 ; Aug. 17. 
Brock, Arthur, Tool & Manufacturing Works Incorporated. 
(See Redersen, Niels, assignor.) 

Brock, Edison. Chicago. III. Soil can. 1,009.289; Dec. 7. 

Brock, Frank P., Evanston, III., assignor to Bakelite Cor- 
poration, New York. N. Y. Plasticizing phenolic mold- 
ing materials. 1,609,500 ; Dec. 7. 



N. Y. 



Acetylene lamp. 
Internal-combus- 



Brock. John M., Brooklyn, 
1.605.505 ; Nov. 2. 

Brock, Lester C, Bloomingburg, Ohio. 

tion engine. 1,609,792 ; Dec. 7. 
Brock, Matthias, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Machine for use in the manufacture of 
shoes. 1,609,533 ; Dec. 7. 

Brockbank, Clarence J., assignor to Abrasive Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacturing artificial abrasives. 
1,568,873 ; Jan. 5. 

Brockett, Ashley H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Fuel-feeding system. 
1,610,118 ; Dec. 7. 

Brockett, Bluford W., Euclid Heights, assignor of one- 
half to The American Laundry Machinery Company, 
Norwood, Ohio, and one-half to Metropolitan Trust 
Company, trustee. New York, N. Y. Buck and steamer 
therefor. 1,584;698 ; May 11. 

Brockett, Bluford W., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood, Ohio. 
Ironing machine. 1,599,203; Sept. 7. 

Brockett, Frederick G., and C. C. Wright, Chicago, 111. ; 
said Brockett assignor to said Wright. Device for con- 
necting together telephone receivers in series or in 
parallel. 1,581,630 : Apr. 20. 

Brockmeyer, Edgar W. (See Brown, S. A., and Broek- 
meyer.) 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Motor drive. 1,583,275 ; 
May 4. 

Brockway, Carl P., assignor to Industrial Research Cor- 
poration, Toledo, Ohio. Motor drive. 1,589,459; 
June 22. 

Brockway, George G., Warren, Pa. Fuller's-earth drier. 
1.602,842 ; Oct. 12. 

Brockway, Willard H.. Needham Heights, Mass. Car- 
tridge syringe. 1,604,018 ; Oct. 19. 

Broderick Company, The. (See Wolf, Howard M., as- 
signor.) 

Broderick, Frank D., Minneapolis, Minn. Rack. 
1.603,742; Oct. 19. 

Broderick, Frank W., assignor of one-half to E. H. hlater, 
Memphis, Tenn. Pipe-cutting machine. 1,570,726 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Broders, Claude E. (See Allen, J. S., and Broders.) 

Broders, Claude E., Waldo, assignor to United States 
Automatic Shift Company, Madison, Wis. Mechanical 
gear shifter. 1.591,960 ; July 13. 

Broderseu, Laust, Jutland, and M. E. Steppinge, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. Suction apparatus. 1,570,370 ; 
Jan. 19 

Broderson, Henry J., and W. E. Bartels, Whiting. Ind., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Whiting, Ind., and 
Chicago. 111. Mixing apparatus for treating oils. 
1,594.041 ; July 27. 

Brodesser, Peter II., Milwaukee, Wis. Electric elevator. 
1,59-1.656 ; Aug. 3. 

Brodt'uehrer. Bismarck B., assignor to The Louis G. 
Freeman Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Shoe manufac- 
ture. 1.605,916; Nov. 9. 

Brodin, Arvid, Los Angeles, Calif. Hat stretcher. 
1,578,186 ; Mar. 23. 

Brodin, William A., and G. S. Rickenbach, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Battery indicator. 1,594,814; Aug. 3. 

Brodriek, Leo 'tl., New York, N. Y. Container. 1,609,290 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Brodrique. Cleophas, Quebec, Canada. Dyeing sand. 
1.590.076 : June 22. 

Brodton, Edward R., Philadelphia, Pa. Fluid for in- 
dustrial purposes. 1,575,967 ; Mar. 9. 

Brody, Meyer. (See Krell, B. M., Brody, and Zuck- 
ermann.) 

Brody, William, New York, N. Y. Needle. 1,569,453 ; 
Jan. 12 

Brody, William, and T. G. Boldizzoni, New York, N. Y. 
Hypodermic svringe. 1,592.335; July 13. 

Broecker, Louis C. (See Rand, .1. II., jr., and Broecker.) 

Broege, Robert .)., assignor to The Buda Company, Har- 
vey, 111. Piston-pin retainer. 1,594,403 ; Aug. 3. 

Brog'an, James J., Hightstown, N. J., assignor to Cromp- 
ton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Tube- 
frame clutch. 1,612,094 ; Dec. 28. 

Brogan, Michael F., Lawrence, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Trim- 
ming machine. 1,591,012; July 6. 

Brogden, Ernest M., assignor, by mesne , assignments, 
to Brogdex Company, Winter Haven, Fla. Preserva- 
tion of fresh fruit. 1,5S5,370 ; May 18. 

Brogden. Ernest M., assignor to Brogdex Company, Win- 
ter Haven, Fla. Composition for treating fruit and 
the like. 1,585,371 ; May IS. 

Brogdex Company. (See Brogden. Ernest M., assignor.) 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Superheater. 1,585,229; 
May 18. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Water-tube boiler with super- 
heater. 1,585.230 ; May 18. 

Broido, Benjamin, assignor to The Superheater Company, 
New York, N. Y. Radiant superheater. 1,590,180; 
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Broido, Benjamin N., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to 
The Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Super- 
heater. 1,610,740; Dec. 14. 

Broido, Benjamin N., assignor to the Superheater Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Connecting means for tubular 
elements. 1,010,741 ; Dec. 14. 

Brokaw, Edward A. (See Noelting, Walter W. and 
W. II., and Brokaw.) 

Broman, Fred G., Philadelphia, Pa. Antisllpping means. 
1,573,779 ; Feb. 16. 

Brombacher, Julius, Verdugo City, Calif. Water heater. 
1.5S9,023: June 22. 

Bromhaker, William, Monterey, Calif. Sauce-injecting at- 
tachment for can-closing machines. 1,579,434 ; Apr. 6. 

Bromley, Burton H., assignor to Pratt & Warner, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Ironing-board support. 1,608,719 ; 
Not. 30. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Die holder. 
1,571,929 ; Feb. 9. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,591,275 ; July 6. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
International Cigar Machinery Company. Single-actu- 
ator cigar-bunch shaper. 1,578,579 ; Mar. 30. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette- 
packaging machine. 1,608.163 ; Nov. 23. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Machine & Foundry Company. Package 
wrapping. 1.608.164 ; Nov. 23. 

Bronander. Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Machine & Foundry Company. Indexing de- 
vice. 1,611.813; Dec. 21. 

Bronk, Fay E., and G. R. Fessenden, assignor to North 
East Electric Company, Rochester, N. Y. Drive mecha- 
nism. 1,587,894 ; June 8. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., assignor to The Dill Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve inside. 1,582,630 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., assignor to The Dill Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Closure member for 
the end of a valve stem. 1,605,213 ; Nov. 2. 

Bronson, Adelbert E., and E. L. Fuller, assignors to The 
Dill Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cou- 
pling. 1,578,504 ; Mar. 30. 

Bronson, Claude F., Findlay, Ohio. Chicken brooder. 
1,580,580; Apr. 13. 

Bronson, Harry E., Tacoma, Wash. Hydraulic jack. 
1,579,913; Apr. 6. 

Bronson, Harry E., Tacoma, Wash. Headlight. 
1.589.624 ; June 22. 

Bronstein, Jesse B., Allentown, Pa., assignor to Trojan 
Powder Company, New York, N. Y. Drying finely- 
divided materials. 1,573,673 ; Feb. 16. 

Bronstein, Zachary, Maiden, Mass. Sign. 1,586,237 ; 
May 25. 

Bronzo Alumina Corporation. (See Donaldson, Eames, as- 
signor.) 

Broock, Harold, assignor to The C. G. Spring & Bumper 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Automobile bumper. 
1,603,232 ; Oct. 12. 

Broockmann, Oscar W. E. (See Casteel, S. C, and 
Broockmann.) 

Brook, Ernest T. (See Jenkins, A. D., Brook, Davidson, 
and Brittain. 

Brook, Joseph, Erie, Pa. Horseshoe-punching machine. 
1,609,905 ; Dec. 7. 

Brooke. John P., Narberth, Pa., assignor to Niles-Bement- 
Pond Company, New York, N. Y. Machine tool. 
1,579,638 ; Apr. 6. 

Bvooker. Henry T., Southend, England. Circuit-changing 
switch. 1,576,406 ; Mar. 9. 

Brookins, Andrew J., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic impulse 
relay. 1.587,817 : June 8. 

Brookley, Wendell H. (See Snyder, O. H., and Brookley. > 

Brooklyn Box Toe Company. (See Davis, Robert, as- 
signor.) 

Brooklyn Metal Stamping Corporation. (See Batchelder, 
E., and Bullowa, assignors.) 

Brooklyn Metal Stamping Corp. (See Engelson, David 
H., assignor.) 

Brooklyn Shield & Rubber Company. (See Rand, Le Roy 
H., assignor.) 

Brookman, Charles J., London, England. Defining the 
edges of garden paths and flower beds. 1,591,509 ; 
July 6. 

Brooks, Andrew and W. L., Winnsboro, La. Rotary 

valve reamer. 1,604,966 ; Nov. 2. 
Brooks. Benjamin T., Sound Beach, Conn., assignor to 

The Mathieson Alkali Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. 

Evaporation of chlorine. 1.5S8.699 ; June 15. 
Brooks, Charlie R., Wichita Falls, Tex. Feed-gauge pin. 

1.588,700 : June 15. 
Brooks. Ernest N., assignor to Day Pulverizer Company, 

Knoxville, Tenn. Pulverizer. 1,606,692 ; Nov. 9. 
Brooks, Eugene F., Denver, Colo. Shutter-operating 

flash-light device. 1,601.706; Sept. 2S. 
Brooks, Frank, Donaldsonville, La. Ant trap. 1,588,302 ; 

June 8. 
Brooks, Fred, St. Albans, W. Va. Folding trestle. 

1.583.652 ; May 4. 
Brooks, George W., Topeka, Kans. Produce bin. 

1,575,812 ; Mar. 9. 



Brooks, George W., Topeka, Kans. Screen holder. 
1,589,356: June 22. 

Brooks, James M, Atlanta, Ga., assignor to Western 
Wheeled Scraper Company, Aurora, 111. Wheeled earth 
scraper. 1,598,801 ; Sept. 7. 

Brooks, John A., Detroit, Mich. Sprinkling system. 
1,598,238 ; Aug. 31. 

Brooks, Laura B., et al. (See Brooks, Leon D., as- 
signor. ) 

Brooks, Leon D., San Francisco, assignor to I. G. Krie- 
ger, Lodi, and L. B. Brooks, Oakland, Calif. Golf 
putting device. 1,581,092 ; Apr. 13. 

Brooks, Max L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Game apparatus. 
1,578,005; Mar. 23. 

Brooks, Milton, Esperance, N. Y. Gradometer. 1,568,133 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Brooks, Olpha M. (See Sims, J. M., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, R. E., jr. (See Thomson, A., and Hill, assignors.) 

Brooks, Robert, Ashton-on-Mersey, and A. Priestley, Stret- 
ford, England, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company. Pneumatic control appa- 
ratus. 1,595,755 ; Aug. 10. 

Brooks, Robert A., Chicago, 111. Display case for use as 
store furniture. Des. 69,933 ; Apr. 20. 

Brooks, Robert A., assignor to Chicago Sypho-Meter Mfg. 
Co., Chicago, 111. Siphonic flushing device. 1,593,382 ; 
July 20. 

Brooks Securities, Incorporated. (See Heitt, Ralph W., 
assignor.) 

Brooks, Stephen H., assignor to The Oil Conservation 
Engineering Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil tank. 
1,604,257 ; Oct. 26. 

Brooks, Warren W., and R. E. Rough, Burbank, Calif. 
Folding ironing board. 1,568,797 ; Jan. 5. 

Brooks, Wesley C., Westminster, Md. Fire-alarm device. 
1,602.963 ; Oct. 12. 

Brooks, William, Danville, 111. Spotlight. 1,610,251 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Brooks, Willie L. (See Brooks, Andrew and W. L.) 

Brooks, Winfred M., West Orange, N. J. Lead-headed 
nail. 1,589,047 ; June 15. 

Broomall, Sydney H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to A. 
H. Reid Creamery & Dairy Supply Company. Valve 
mechanism. 1.597,576 ; Aug. 24. 

Broome, Ernest L., Tarrytown, assignor to General Re- 
duction Gas & By-Produets Company, New York, 
N. Y. Gas-pro<3ucing apparatus. 1,590,279 ; June 29. 

Broome, William J. (See Kunkel, V. V., and Broome.) 

Broomfield, Herbert. (See Russell, R., and Broomfield.) 

Broomfield, Herbert. (See Russell, R. B., and Broom- 
field.) 

Brophy, John J., Philadelphia, Pa. Speed regulator for 
motor vehicles. 1,609.057 ; Nov. 30. 

Broquist. Alben V., Chicago City, Minn. Aeroplane. 
1,590,880 ; June 29. 

Broshears, Gurley, Newburg, Ind. Splice bar. 1,576,407 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Brosius, Edgar E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Billet-handling appa- 
ratus. 1,599,636; Sept. 14. 

Broski, John W., H. L. Harvey, and C. S. Riner, Rich- 
mond, Va. Piston for internal-combustion engines. 
1,588.303 ; June 8. 

Brossett, Edward G., Revere, Mass. Putty knife. 
1,598.420 ; Aug. 31. 

Brost, Charles A. (See Lear, J., and Brost.) 

Brotenrarkle, Harold E., Clinton, Mo. Bicycle lock. 
1,579.039 ; Apr. 6. 

Brothers, Edwin S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Water motor. 
1.586,777; June 1. 

Brotherton, George W., O. O. Weaver, and N. W. John- 
son, Hartford City, Ind. Rat trap. 1,571,392; 
Feb. 2. 

Brotz, Anton F., assignor to Kohler Company, Kohler, 
Wis. Automatic variable choker. 1,605,165 ; Nov. 2. 

Broughton, Arthur E., Minneapolis, Minn. Heating sys- 
tem for paper driers. 1,575,615 ; Mar. 9. 

Broughton. Arthur E., Minneapolis, Minn. Paper drier. 
1,602,644; Oct. 12. 

Broughton, E. B. (See Ward, David A., assignor.) 

Brouillette. Orice J., Galesburg, 111. Traction chain. 
1,575,535 ; Mar. 2. 

Brouse, Charles W., Tyrone, Pa. Attachment for socket 
wrenches. 1,579,072 ; Mar. 30. 

Brouse, Chase M., Mitchell, S. Dak. Snap fastener. 
1,580.116 : Apr. 13. 

Broussouse, Fernand L., Paris, France. Damping oscilla- 
tions in leaf springs for vehicle suspension and other 
purposes. 1.581,916 ; Apr. 20. 

Brouwer. Jacobus, assignor to Naamlooze Vennootschap 
Arnold I. van den Bergh's Emballage Fabriekon. Rot- 
terdam, Netherlands. Widthing machine for planks 
and laths. 1.590,881 ; June 29. 

Brouvette, Charles D., Topeka, Kans. Cot. 1,579,508 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Brower, Willis A., Adrian. Mich. Safety device for punch 
presses. 1.581.672: Apr. 20. 

Brown. Alexander, McKeesport. assignor of one-half to 
M. Snvder, Glassport, Pa. Clamp for window shades. 
1,609,240; Nov. 30. 

Brown, Alexander T., Syracuse, N. Y. Tractor frame for 
agricultural machines. 1.582,967 ; May 4. 

Brown, Alice, Shelburne Falls. Mass. Crystallizing maple- 
sugar cakes. 1,576,084 ; Mar. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Brown, Allen W. (See Finley, T. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Andrew S., Hoboken, N. J. Collar or cuff button. 
1,602,747 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, Andrew V., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ameri- 
can Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Multifocal 
lens. 1,580.282 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown, Annie M., St. Louis, Mo. Razor-blade cutting and 
scraping tool. 1,572,702 ; Feb. 9. 

Brown, Anthony W., Peekskill, N. Y. Potato cutter. 
1.594, 996; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Arthur G., Manchester, England. Apparatus for 
the manufacture of electric cables. 1,586,943 ; June 1. 

Brown, Arthur J. (See Weiss, O. J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Augustin E., Jacksonville, Fla. Device for wash- 
ing and sterilizing glasses and cups. 1,587,213 ; 
June 1. 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Company, The. (See Eng- 
lish, Analdo M.. assignor.) 

Brown & Bailey Company. (See Keppler, Albert E., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Ben C. (See Siegmund, H. O., and Brown.) 

Brown, Bertha W., assignor to R. H. Brown, La Porte. 
Ind. Child's support for use in automobiles. 1,5S0,404 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Fischer, Howard L., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Fischer, H. L., and Kristofek, 
assignors.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Jesness, I. G., and Reichle, as- 
signors.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Welcker, Paul H., assignor.) 

Brown, Bruce K., and C. Bogin, assignors to Commercial 
Solvents Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Cellulose 
acetate composition. 1,591,652; July 6. 

Brown, Campbell. (See Wilson, J. E., McConnell, and 
Brown.) 

Brown, Carl A., East Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Glass-severing apparatus. 
1,580,809 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown, Carl A., East Cleveland, and A. C. Nielsen, 
Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Automatic glass-blowing machine. 1,587,466 ; June 1. 

Brown, Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Automobile signal. 
1.591,464 ; July 6. 

Brown, Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Piano player. 
1.596,149 ; Aug. 17. 

Brown, Carl E.. Columbus, Ohio. Electric tracker mech- 
anism. 1,597,049 ; Aug. 24. 

Brown, Carl E., Columbus, Ohio. Electric tracker mech- 
anism. 1.597,050; Aug. 24. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Warp stop mechanism for looms. 1,580,084 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Cloth-roll lock. 1,586,280; May 25. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Terry loom. 1,591,912 ; July 6 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Take-up roll bearing for looms. 1,599,036 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Brown, Cecil, Pattonsburg, Mo. Adjustable concave. 
1,581,835 ; Apr. 20. 

Brown, Charles A. (See Davol, George K., assignor.) 

Brown, Charles A., et al. (See Earl, George G., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Charles D., Port Huron, Mich. Toothpick holder. 
1.002.999 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, Charles F. (See Steward, C. S., and Brown.) 

Brown, Charles F., Greeneville, Tenn. Workholder for 
lawn-mower sharpeners. 1.605,890 : Nov. 2. 

Brown, Charles H.. Breckenridge, Tex. Fishing tool. 
1,59S,708. Sept. 7. 

Brown, Charles H.. Breckenridge. Tex. Apparatus for 
the abstraction ot gasoline. 1,607.942 ; Nov. 23. 

Brown, Chester B.. Morrill, Nebr. Cultivator. 1,601,674 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Brown. Christopher, Charleroi, Pa., assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company. Surfacing sheet material. 
1.610,419 ; Dec. 14. 

Brown, Clare, Detroit, Mich. Carrier. 1,608,366; 
Nov. 23. 

Brown, Clarence D., Bayside, N. Y. Clothes drier. 

1 ,580,0115 ; May 25. 
Brown, Clarence fi., Clarksburg, W. Va. Automatic safety 

mile for railway crossings. 1,600,087; Sept. 14. 
Brown, Clarence N., Colton, Calif. Soldering iron. 

1,574,361 ; Feb, 23. 
Brown, ('lenient, Birmingham, England. Controlling 
mechanically-propelled vehicles. 1.592.176: July 13. 
Brown, Cleyson L.. assignor to United Securities Com- 
pany, Abilene, Eans. Electric switch. 1,594,923 ; 
Aug. 3. 
Brown, Colin, assignor to E. C. Brown Company, Roch- 
ester. N. Y. Spray pump. 1.593,383; July 20. 
Brown Company. (See Daw, Joseph, assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Ives, Charles Q., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Moore, Hugh K., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Parker, Howard, assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Richter, George A., assignor.) 
Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Schur, as- 
signor-, i 
Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Swasey, 
assignors.) 



Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., and Van Arsdel, 
assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, G. A., Van Arsdel, and 
Chase, assignors.) 

Brown Company. (See Sleeper, Charles W., assignor.) 

Brown, Cyrus O., and R. E. Morrison, Douglas, Wyo., :iod 
I. J. Mandigo, Rapid City, S. Dak. Paper lile. 
1,577,558 ; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Dan. (See Smith, Raymond E., assignor.) 

Brown, David, et al. (See Atwell, John, assignor.) 

Brown, David. (See Stern, C, and Brown.) 

Brown, David, Eldorado, 111. Railway crossing signal. 
1,589,679 ; June 22. 

Brown, David, Company, The. (See Bonney, Henry L., 
assignor.) 

Brown. David, and Sons (Huddersfield) Limited. (See 
Green, Allan, assignor.) 

Brown, David W., Akron, N. Y. Core for forming aper- 
tures in molded blocks and the like. 1,586,603 ; June 1. 

Brown, Dee C. (See Renzetti, A. M., and Brown.) 

Brown. Donald F., London, England, assignor, Dy mesne 
assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Control of doors or gates for mining 
and other purposes. 1.589.357 ; June 22. 

Brown, E. C, Company. (See Brown. Colin, assignor.) 

Brown, Earl R., Grenada, Miss. Truck or wagon box. 
1,591,358 ; July 6. 

Brown, Earle J., and W. B. Tallerdy, assignors of three- 
fifths to H. E. Dineson, Bridgeport, Conn. Ignition de- 
vice and system for internal-combustion engines. 
1,610,654; Dec. 14. 

Brown, Edwin H., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Condensing system. 
1.607,814 ; Nov. 23. 

Brown, Ellis E., Springmont, Pa. Safety connection for 
power transmission. 1,574,466 ; Feb. 23. 

Brown, Elmo L., Asheville, N. C. Flower-stem-reenforc- 
ing machine. 1,576.898 ; Mar. 16. 

Brown, Enoch N., Cheltenham Township. Montgomery 
County, Pa. Waste valve for sanitary appliances. 
1,605,917 ; Nov. 9. 

Brown, Eric, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, 
Boveri & Cie. Baden, Switzerland. Compressor. 
1.607.234; Nov. 16. 

Brown, Ernest G., assignor to The Acme Wire Co., New 
Haven, Conn. Electric - wire - wrapping machine. 
1,594,492; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Evan A., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to W. E. Wilmot, Tacoma, Wash. Toothbrush. 
1.611,510; Dec. 21. 

Brown, Fannie, Cleveland, Ohio. Manicure device. 
1,591,276 ; July 6. 

Brown. Frank A., Chicago, 111. Cap for receptacles. 
1.588. 652 : June 15. 

Brown, Frank A., Wayne, Pa., assignor to The Barber 
Asphalt Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Pumping ma- 
chinery. 1,602,371 ; Oct. 5. 

Brown, Frank N., sr. (See Duerr, H. O., and Brown.) 

Brown, Frank W., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Snowplow. 
1.574.230; Feb. 23. 

Brown, Fred, Sturgis, S. Dak. Soap dispenser. 1,581,836; 
Apr. 20. 

Brown, Fred A., Los Angeles, Calif. Pike-pole gad. 
1,573,539; Feb. 16. 

Brown, Frederick G., Coogee, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, assignor to J. A. Munro. Sydney, Australia. 
Automobile tail-light control and indicator device 
1,592.921 ; July 20. 

Brown, Frederick M., Los Angeles, Calif. Ceiling insula- 
tor for discharge pipes of gas stoves and gas water 
beaters. 1.597,577; Aug. 24. 

Brown, Frederick W., Washington, D. C. Dual steam 
control for locomotives. 1.606.612 ; Nov. 9. 

Brown, George A., et al. (See Gail, George E., jr., as- 
signor.) 

Brown. George E., Los Angeles, Calif. Game board. 
1,602,565 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, George H., Fort Bayard, N. Mex. Fire escape. 
1,580,283 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown, George O. (See Rees, T. S., and Brown.) 

Brown, George W„ Selma, Ala. Curtain holder for auto- 
mobiles. 1.003.509 : Oct. 19. 

Brown, Glenne W., Hohart, Ind. Ball bearing for shear 
tables. 1,568,362 ; Jan. 5. 

Brown, Grant C.. Dresser Junction, Wis. Road-working 
device. 1,579.509; Apr. 6. 

■Brown, Grant ('., Dresser Junction, Wis. Four-wbeel- 
hrako structure. 1.603.899: Oct. 19. 

Brown, Gregory, Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to Marquette 
Tool & Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Work-hold- 
ing means. 1,606,141 ; Nov. 9. 

Brown, Harold W., Schenectady, N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electromagnet. 1,593,384; 
July 20. 

Brown. Harold W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electroresponsive device. 
1,603.060; Oct. 12. 

Brown, Harry E., and J. Hrebenyar, Plainfield, N. J. 
<;;is torch. 1,590,882 ; June 29. 

Brown, Haydn, London, England. Measuring respired 
air in testing lungs and for analogous purposes. 
1,590,798; Aug. 17. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



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Brown, Henry B., assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer mounting. Des. 
69,560 : Mar. 2. 

Brown, Henry B., assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer mounting. 
1.56S.315 ; Jan. 5. 

Brown, Henry B., assignor to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 
1.603,267 ; Oct. 19. 

Brown, Henry K., Chicago, 111. Self-positioning ampul 
and syringe. 1,594,493 ; Aug. 3. 

Brown. Herbert L., Richmond, Va. Wall ventilator. 
1,602,332 ; Oct. 5. 

Brown, Herbert O., Fairfield, Me. Advertising device. 
1.593,286 ; July 20. 

Brown, Herman L., Clinton, Ind. Grave marker. 
1,612.357 : Dec. 28. 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The. (See Lark- 
worthy, Frederick W.. assignor.) 

Brown. Howard M., Chester, Pa. Recorder and indicator. 
1.577,170 ; Mar. 16. 

Brown, Hugh S., Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
I-Iubron Company, Inc. Portable boring machine. 
1,575,146 ; Mar. 2. 

Brown, Hugh S., Roselle Park, N. J., assignor to The 
Hubron Company, Inc. Adjustable flexible mounting 
for earth-boring machines and the like. 1,595,851 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Brown, Richard 
P., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, Thomas 
R , assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company. (See Keeler, Earl A., as- 
signor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Wilbjelm, Chris- 
tian, assignor.) 

Brown, J. Edward, et al. (See Hendrickson, Verner A., 
assignor.) 

Brown, J. R., et al. (See Earl, Leota N.. assignor.) 

Brown, J. W., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Brown, John W., assignor.) 

Brown, Jacob S., assignor of one-half to W. F. Eiehen- 
hofer, Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary drill bit. 1,577,244 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Brown, James, et al. (See Smith, Luther, assignor.) 

Brown, James. New Castle, assignor to American Ce- 
ment Tile Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Apparatus for the manufacture of cement tile. 
1,612,095; Dec. 28. 

Brown. James B. L., Los Angeles, Calif. Bumper. 
1,576,085 ; Mar. 9. 

Brown, James F., assignor of one-half to J. E. Belcher, 
Lockout, Ky. Rail bond. 1,569,009 ; Jan. 12. 

Brown. James J , Buffalo, N. Y. Wrench. 1,599,162 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Brown, James M. (See MacNeill, J. B., and Brown.) 

Brown, James M., Philadelphia, Pa. Spool. 1,584,355 ; 
May 11. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Switch 
mechanism. 1,575.036 ; Mar. 2. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, assignor of one-half to C. 
A. Corbett, Irwin, Pa. Efficiency indicator for auto- 
motive vehicles. 1,595,960 ; Aug. 10. 

Brown, James M., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Remote 
control mechanism. 1,602,878 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, James M.. Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Insulator. 
1,612,358; Dec. 28. 

Brown. James V.. Erlanger, N. C, assignor to H. & B. 
American Machine Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Bunch 
builder for spinning machines. 1,571,155 ; Jan. 26. 

Brown. James W., Winnsboro, Tex. Heel sweep. 
1,580,405: Apr. 13. 

Brown. James W., Los Angeles, Calif. Truck body. 
1,592,134 ; July 13. 

Brown. James W., Tulsa, Okla. Filler for vehicle tires. 
1.594,924; Aug. 3. 

Brown, James Y., et al. (See Febles, Ramon, assignor.) 

Brown, Jesse W.. et al. (See Replogle, Ulysses G., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, John D., Breckenridge, Tex. Counterbalanced 
pumping jack. 1.603.836; Oct. 19. 

Brown, John II., Ilford, England. Reservoir pad and the 
like. 1,581,563 ; Apr. 20. 

Brown, John J., Holland, Mich. Washbench. 1,576,303; 
Mar. 9. 

Brown. John J., Chicago, 111. Pneumatic pump. 
1.607,335 ; Nov. 16. 

Brown. John M., Irvington, N. J. Apparatus for burning 
fluid fuel. 1,609,457 ; Dec. 7. 

Brown, John R., assignor to The Reliance Gauge Column 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve seat. 1,584,007 : 
May 11. 

Brown, John R., and J. C. Mullinnix. assignors to The Re- 
liance Gauge Column Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Elec- 
troplated article and making the same. 1, 599, 60S ; 
Sept. 14. 

Brown, John T. L., assignor to Western Electric Com- 
pany. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Measuring elec- 
trical quantities. 1.611.716 ; Dec. 21. 

Brown, John W., et al. (See Brown, John W., assignor.) 



Brown, John W., assignor to F. C. Brandhurst and J. W. 
Brown, copartners, trading under the name and style 
of Crystal Art Glass Company, Newark, N. J. Com- 
bined mirror and flower. Des. 70,941 ; Aug. 31. 

Brown, John W., assignor to The J. W. Brown Manu- 
facturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Headlight. 
1,601,675 ; Sept. 28. 

Brown, John W.. Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Donley, Harold B., assignor.) 

Brown, Joseph E., Harvey, and C. R. Taylor, Chicago, 
assignors to Grindle Fuel Equipment Company, Harvey, 
111. Pulverizer feeder with magnetic separator. 
1,578,006 ; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Julius M., assignor of one-half to T. J. Stewart, 
Dodsonville, Tex. Camp trailer. 1.578,390 ; Mar. 30. 

Brown, Kinsey, Crisfield, Md. Toy. 1,570,332 ; Jan. 19. 

Brown, Larkin H., and G. E. Repass, Knoxville, Tenn., 
assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Feeler mechanism for looms. 1,593,426 ; July 20. 

Brown, Larkin H., and G. E. Repass, Knoxville, Tenn., 
assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Feeler mechanism for looms. 1,594,404 ; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Larkin H.. Beverly Hills, Calif., and G. E. Re- 
pass, Knoxville, Tenn., assignors to Draper Corporation, 
Hopedale, Mass. Intermittent feeler mechanism for 
looms. 1,596,575 ; Aug. 17. 

Brown, Larkin H., Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Calif., and 
(K E. Repass, Knoxville, Tenn., assignors to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Feeler mechanism for 
looms. 1,599,806 ; Sept. 14. 

Brown, Larkin H., and G. E. Repass, Knoxville, Tenn., 
assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Building bobbins for looms. 1,599,951 ; Sept. 14. 

Brown, Leonard and W. L., Proctor, Minn. Peat-fuel 
production. 1,599,952 ; Sept. 1.4. 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Leighton, Herbert J., 
assignor.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Spase, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, The. (See Sponable, George 
W., assignor.) 

Brown-Lipe Gear Company. (See Sweet, Henry W., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Lloyd .T., Evanston, assignor to E. P. Smith, 
Springfield, 111. Brake-gear mounting. 1,581,097 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Brown, Lloyd J., Evanston, assignor to E. P. Smith, 
Springfield, 111. Retaining-valve anchor. 1,600,794 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Brown, Lloyd J., Evanston. assignor to E. Payson Smith, 
Springfield, 111. Hand brake for railway cars. 
1,604,563 ; Oct. 26. 

Brown, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Doorlock. 1,581,673 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Brown, Lz A., Alto, assignor to Corduroy Tire Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Pneumatic rubber tire. Des. 
71.574 : Dec. 7. 

Brown, Max, assignor to The Brown-Sebco Terminal Mfg. 
Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Storage-battery terminal-post 
clamp. 1,573.298 : Feb. 16. 

Brown, Metta I. M., Sioux City, Iowa. Cover clip. 
1,585,280; May 18. 

Brown, Michael J., Fargo, N. Dak. Vehicle spring. 
1,586,404 : May 25. 

Brown, Morris N., Worcester, Mass. Support for an 
electric iron. 1,599,511 ; Sept. 14. 

Brown, Mortimer J., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
The Pacific R. & H. Chemical Corporation, El Monte, 
Calif. Apparatus for producing and recovering reac- 
tion gases. 1.569,171 ; Jan. 12. 

Brown, N. W. (See Crabtree. Edward W.. assignor.) 

Brown, Nelson T., Philadelphia, Pa. Illuminated-block- 
sign holder for motor busses. 1,610,923 ; Dec. 14. 

Brown. Newman E., Erie, Pa. All-metal inner tube. 
1,581,381 ; Apr. 20. 

Brown, Newton N., assignor to Gold Medal Camp Fur- 
niture Manufacturing Company, Racine, Wis. Folding 
table and the like. 1.608,924 ; Nov. 30. 

Brown, Nicholas E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to The 
Braun Corporation. Automatic regulator for air- 
screening devices. 1.597,051 ; Aug. 24. 

Brown, Non H., Detroit, Mich. Steam injector for fur- 
naces. 1.577.891 ; Mar. 23. 

Brown, O. J., et al. (See Seguine, Guy A., assignor.) 

Brown. Oliver W., Bloomington, Ind., and C. O. Henke, 
South Milwaukee, assignors to The Newport Company, 
Carrollville, Wis. Reduction of azo compounds to by- 
drazo compounds. 1.589 936 : June 22. 

Brown, Orin B. (See Little, Frederick B., assignor.) 

Brown, Orlando H., Victoria, British Columbia. Canada. 
Elevator chain and bucket. 1,611,880; Dec. 28. 

Brown-Package Company, The. (See Brown, William H., 
assignor.) 

Brown & Pengilly, et al. (See Pengilly, Joseph H., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Percy E., assignor to The Warren Featherbore 
Company, Three Oaks, Mich. Garment-trimming ma- 
terial. 1.582,161; Apr. 27. 

Brown. Perry O.. assignor of one-half to G. V. Backstrom. 
St. Vincent, Minn. Emergency grease cup. 1,570,873 ; 
Jan. 26. 



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Alphabetical lint of patentees — Continued. 



Brown, Perry O., assignor of one-half to G. V. Back- 
strorn, St. Vincent, Minn. Automatic speed-recording 
device. 1.581.71S ; Apr. 20. 

Brown, Phelps, Springfield, Mass. Magneto. 1,578,637 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Brown, Ralph L., assignor to Brandes Laboratories, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. Electromagnetic sound reproducer. 
1,580,954 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown, Ray A., Rockford, 111. Portable stereotype-cast- 
ing box. 1.594,596; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Ray M., Xonkers, N. X. Locomotive. RelC,285 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Brown, Ray M., Yonkers, N. T. Locomotive. 1,570,228 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Brown, Ray M., Xonkers, N. X., assignor to Franklin 
Railway Supply Company. Buffer. 1,593,239 ; July 20. 

Brown, Ray W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Barney Oldfield Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Machine for cutting compound curves. 
1,580,006; Apr. 6. 

Brown, Raymond E., assignor to Ileyl and Patterson, 
Incorporated, Pittsburgh, Pa. Safety device. 

1,593.427 ; July 20. 

Brown, Bernhardt H. (See Brown, Bertha W., assignor.) 

Brown, Reinhardt H., La Porte, Ind. Baby carriage. 
1.611,409 ; Dec. 21. 

Brown, Richard P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Thermocouple casing. 
1,581,380; Apr. 20. 

Brown, Robert, Donaghmore, Ireland. Cooking oven. 
1,574,467 ; Feb. 23. 

Brown, Robert E., Olean, N. X. Knife. Des. 70,210 ; 
May 25. 

Brown, Robert E., Olean, N. X. Knife. Des. 70,942 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Brown, Robert E., Olean, N. X. Knife. 1,5S4,165 ; 
May 11. 

Brown, Robert J. (See Shafor, R. W., Morrison, Brown, 
Stenger, and Nees.) 

Brown, Robert J., Beaumont, Tex., assignor of one-half lo 
J. W. Reams, Oklahoma City, Okla. Educational de- 
vice. 1,597,177 ; Aug. 24. 

Brown, Robert L., assignor to Harnischfeger Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Fair lead. 1,598,802 ; Sept. 7. 

Brown, Robert O. (See Brown Robert W. and R. O.) 

Brown, Robert W. and R. O., Indianapolis, Ind. Push 
■wheel. 1,604,381 ; Oct. 26. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire and 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Method and appara- 
tus for heating a liquid. 1.612,565 ; Dec. 28. 

Brown, Samuel, New Xork, N. X. Traveling case, sample 
case, or the like. 1,610,354 ; Dec. 14. 

Brown, Samuel B., Los Angeles, Calif. Combined trac- 
tor and plant. 1,601,609 ; Sept. 28. 

Brown, Sanford, Montclair, N. J., assignor to Halowax 
Corporation, New Xork, N. X. Leather-belt dressing. 
1,584,209; May 11. 

Brown. Sandford, Montclair, and S. Higgins, Verona. 
N. J., assignors to Bakelite Corporation, New Xork, 
N. X. Impregnated fabric and producing same. 
1.608 165; Nov. 23. 

Brown-Seboo Terminal Mfg. Co., The. (See Brown, Max, 
assignor.) 

Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Company. (See Butler, George E., 
assignor.) 

Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co. (See Fisher, George II., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Sidney O., North Acton, England. Telephone re- 
ceiver. 1,582.162 ; Apr. 27. 

Brown, Sol, New Orleans, La. Sirup pitcher. Des. 
70.822 ; Aug. 17. 

Brown, Spencer K., Syracuse, N. X., assignor to The 
Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, Towson, Md. 
Screw and nut driving machine. 1.590,670 ; June 29. 

Brown, Steffen A., and E. W. Broekmeyer, Dayton, Ohio. 
Electric motor. 1,594,597; Aug. 3. 

Brown, .Stewart, Chicago, 111. Cushion for die-press 
draw rings. 1,577,446; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Stewart, Chicago, 111. Checker game. 1,605,703; 
Nov. 2. 

Brown, Sydney L.,' Brooklyn, N. X. Embossing machine. 
1,598,363 ; Aug. 31. 

Brown, Theodore P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Simplex Player Action Co.. Worcester, Mass. Player 
grand piano. 1,596.576; Aug. 17. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Wheeled plow. 1. (110, 420; Dec. 14. 

Brown, Theophilus, and C. G. Strandlund, assignors to 
Deere & Company, Moline, 111. Plow. 1,598,803 ; 
Sept. 7. 
Brown, Theophilus, and ('. G. Strandlund, assignors to 
Deere & Company, Moline, 111. Plow. 1,610.253 : 
Dec. 14. 
Brown, I'Ik inns. (See Stinger, Victor R.. assignor. 1 

Brown. Thomas C, Plevna, Ala. Peanut plow. 1,587,694 ; 

June 8. 
Brown, Thomas W. (See Ilight, G. F., and Brown.) 

Brown, Thomas W., nnd H. N. Stamos. Centervllle, Iowa, 
Railway-switch-point protector. 1,591,277; July 6. 

Brown, Thomas W.. and W. W. Wolary, Centervllle, 
Iowa. Road construction. 1,569.702: Jan. 12. 

Brown, Tudor F.. Newark. Ohio. Pouch-transferring de 
vice. 1,581,674; Apr. 20. 



Brown, Vinson H., Spokane, Wash. Lid-prop-locking 
hinge. 1.590,416 ; June 29. 

Brown, Walter F., assignor of one-half to J. B. Brill, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Siphon device. 1,609,458 ; Dec. 7. 

Brown, Walter L. (See Brown, Leonard and W. L.) 

Brown, Walter S., Urbana, 111. Diving board. 1,579,510 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Brown, Wesley T., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Land- 
cultivating machine. 1,579.277 ; Apr. 6. 

Brown, Westgarth S. F., and J. Maina, London, England. 
Pinion. 1.583,276 ; May 4. 

Brown, William A., Lincoln, Me. Carrier and gauge for 
expanding eyeglass frames. 1,609,110 ; Nov. 30. 

Brown, William A.. Philadelphia, Pa. Emergency heat- 
er. 1,611.881 ; Dec. 28. 

Brown. William B., Nash County, near Rocky Mount, 
N. C. Oil spraying device. 1.576,031 ; Mar. 9. 

Brown, William C, Prescott, Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to Stuinpf Una-Flow Engine Company, Inc. Valve- 
controlling mechanism. 1.597,430 ; Aug. 24. 

Brown, William D., Schoolfield, Va., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Thread-cutting temple 
for looms. 1,599,037 : Sept. 7. 

Brown, William E., Pottsboro, Tex. Wheeled riding har- 
row. 1,581,167 ; Apr. 20. 

Brown, William E., Coalinga, Calif. Pumping Jack. 
1,594.294 ; July 27. 

Brown, William H., Cleveland, Ohio. Spring oiler. 
1.582,163 ; Apr. 27. 

Brown, William H., Cleveland, Ohio. Trial slate for 
solving cross-word puzzles. 1,595,221 ; Aug. 10. 

Brown. William H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Internal-combustion 
engine. 1,586,778 ; June 1. 

Brown, William H., assignor to The Brown Package 
Company, Winchendon, Mass. Stave machine. 
1,588,345 ; June 8. 

Brown, William K,, Christmas Lake, assignor to Twin 
City Scenic Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Tensioning 
and anchoring device. 1,577,103 ; Mar. 16. 

Brown. William K., assignor to The Firestone Tire and 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Mold. 1,612,566 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Brown, William S. (See Piatt, C. B., and Brown.) 

Brown, William T. S., East Point, Ga. Container parti- 
tion. 1.579,640 ; Apr. 6. 

Brown, William W., Oak Lane, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Fifth Avenue Bank of New Xork, 
New Xork, N. X. Dyeing machine. 1,587,818 ; June 8. 

Brown, William W., Oak Lane, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to II. W. Butterworth & Sons Company. 
Electrical reversing mechanism. 1,591,415 : July 6. 

Brownback, Henry L., Norristown, Pa. Intake manifold 
for internal-combustion engines. 1. 598,046 ; Aug. 31. 

Browne, Christopher G., and J. E. Knight. St. Georges, 
assignors of one-half to K. A. Mclntyre, St. Johns, 
Grenada, British West Indies. Carburetor. 1,581,837 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Browne, Harold L., Houghton. Mich., assignor to G. II. 
Gilman. Boston, Mass. Drilling machine. 1.588,441; 
June 15. 

Browne, Jack. Oklahoma City, Okla. Container for auto- 
mobile registration cards. 1.569,963 ; Jan. 19. 

Browne, L. Richmond, ct al. (See Lowry, George A., as- 
signor.) 

Browne, Lyle W.. assignor to The Fisher Governor Com- 
pany. Marshalltown, Iowa. Float-arm mounting. 
1,600,102; Sept. 14. 

Browne, Lyle W.. assignor to The Fisher Governor 
Company, Marshalltowu. Iowa. Pilot-operator relief 
valve. 1 612,567; Dec. 28. 

Browne, Milton W.. Kansas City, Mo. Cold-air circula- 
tion and humidity-control system. 1,592.718; July 13. 

Browne. Milton W.. Kansas City, Mo. Defroster for 
reef rigera ting plants. 1.603.061 ; Oct. 12. 

Browne-Morse Company. (See Hoge, Will, assignor.) 

Browne, Ralph C, Salem, Mass. Heating appliance. 
1,576,086 : Mar. 9. 

Browne, Ralph C., Salem, Mass. Reading glass. 
1,610,252; Dec. 14. 

Browne, Richard I'., Brooklyn, assignor to Richey. Browne 
& Donald, Incorporated, Maspeth, N. X. Molding ma- 
chine. 1.591,013 : July 6. 

Browne, Robert C. Alameda, Calif. Auto luncheon kit. 
1.576.032 ; Mar. 9. 

Browne. Theodore C. Cleveland. Ohio. Signal-light con- 
struction. 1.588.522; June 15. 

Browne, Vere B.. Brackenridge, Pa. Making magnetic 
alloys. 1,570.229: Jan. 19. 

Browne, Vere B., Brackenridge, Fa. Making magnetic 
alloys. 1.574.550 : Feb. 23. 

Browne. Vere, Tarentum, Pa. Ladle carriage. 1,603,900; 
Oct. 19. 

Brownell, Bnrnett M., assignor to Diamond Metal Prod- 
ucts Co., St. Louis, Bio. Flexible pipe coupling. 
1.597.669 ; Aug. 31. 

Brownell. Irving L. (See Campbell, A. B., and Brownell.) 

Brownell, Richard H. E., Stockport, England. Driving 
belt for use on cone pulleys and the like. 1,592.416; 
July 13. 

Browner. Harry O., et al. (Sec Nixon, C. R., Swindell, 
and Dunnock. assignors.) 

Browning, Edwin L., Long Beach, Calif. Positive-seating 
valve for oil-well pumps. 1,602,879; Oct. 12. 



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Browning, George. (See La Chance, L. II., and Brown- 
ing.) 

Browning, George, Wilmette, assignor to Chicago Flexible 
Shaft Company. Chicago, 111. Sprinkler nozzle. 
1,602.748 ; Oct. 12. 

Browning. John M., Ogden, Utah. Firearm. 1,57S,03S ; 
Mar. 30. 

Browning. John M., Ogden, Utah. Firearm. 1,578.639 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Browning. John M., Ogden, Utah. Support for firearms. 
1.580,406: Apr. 13. 

Brownlee. Dal mar T., Indianapolis, Ind. Gripping lock 
nut. 1,603.901 : Oct. 19. 

Brownlee, Kenneth II.. Evauston, 111. Ventilator for 
closed vehicles. 1,588,653 : June 15. 

Brownlee, Kenneth II.. Evauston, III. Ventilator for 
closed vehicles. 1,588.654: June 15. 

Brownlee. Roy H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Squirt gun. 
1,608.055 : Nov. 23. 

Brownlee, Roy H.. and R. H. Uhlinger, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Carbo-Oxygen Company, Pitts- 
burgh. Pa." Metal cutting, welding, or the like. 
1,577.171; Mar. 16. 

Brownlow. William. Lawndale, Pa. Attachment for 
brine tanks. 1.5S8.163 ; June 8. 

Brownrigg. Abel L.. East Orange, X. J., assignor to P. 
R. Brvdle, Jamaica, N. T. Composition shingle. 
1,588,304 ; June 8. 

Browns. Thomas H. (See Williams. Elmer R., assignor.) 

Brownson, R., & Company. (See Brownson, Ralph and 
T. A., assignors.) 

Brownson. Ralph. Hastings. Minn. Mop. 1.593.790; 
Julv 27. 

Brownson, Ralph and T. A., assignors to R. Brownson 
& Companv, Hastings, Minn. Road planer. 1,583,776 ; 
May 11. 

Brownson, Theodore A. (See Brownson, Ralph and 
T. A.) 

Brownstein, Benjamin. Ellwood Citv, Pa. Pipe-thread 
protector. 1 606.341 : Nov. P. 

Brbwnworth, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa. Fixture. 1,601.467 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Brownworth. Albert J.. Philadelphia. Pa. Powder dis- 
penser. 1.601.46S : Sept. 2S. 

Broyles, John E.. Coco Solo, Canal Zone, assignor of 
one-half to IT. E. Robertson mid T. H. Weiler, Russell- 
ville, Mo. Airship. 1.578.009 : Mar. 23. 

Brovles, John E.. Coco Solo. Canal Zone, assignor of 
one-half to H. E. Robertson and T. H. Weiler, Russell- 
ville. Mo. Superairship. 1.587.S95 : June 8. 

Brozovich. Michael. (See vastik, C, and Brozovieh.) 

Bruback, Theodore M. (See Linaker, F. W., and Bru- 
back.) 

Brubaker. Jchn A., assignor to The Ha ugh ton Elevator 
ft Machine Companv, Toledo, Ohio. Landing doorlcck. 
1,573.140: Feb. 16. 

Bruce, Alfred W.. New York. X. Y. Locomotive trail- 
ing truck. Rel6.451 : Xov. 2. 

Bruce, Alfred W., Xew York. X. T. Superhe.ated-steam 
throttle valve. 1.573.540 : Feb. 16. 

Bruce. David R.. London. England. Liquid-fuel burner 
of the injection type. 1,579.278 : Apr. 6. 

Bruce, E. L., Company. (See Moore, Horace G., as- 
signor.) 

Bru'-e. Edmund A.. Yankton, S. Dak. Draining device. 
1.606.342 : Xov. 9. 

Bruce. George W., Childress, Tex. Shoe hanger. 
1.568.998 : Jan. 12. 

Bruce. James, Oklahoma City. Okla. Reverse-lever con- 
necting and locking means. 1.603.062; Oct. 12. 

Bruce. John A. (See Marshall. G. R., and Bruce.) 

Bruce. Leo I.. Holliston, Mass. Form for concrete work. 
1.592.074 ; July 13. 

Bruce. William M.. jr.. Springfield, Ohio. Radioreceiver. 
1.593.963 : July 27. 

Bruce, William M.. jr., Springfield. Ohio. Acoustic at- 
tachment for loud speakers. 1, 60S. 045 ; Nov. 30." 

Brucker, Ferdinand F., assignor to The Miller Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Core or mandrel. 1.574.600; 
Feb. 23. 

Brucker, Ferdinand F.. assignor to The Miller Rubber 
Companv, Akron. Ohio. Hollow rubber article. 
1.582.507: Apr. 27. 

Bruckner, Elliott W., Jersey Citv. X. J. Doll. Des. 
70.156; May 18. 

Briickner. Franz, Burg, near Magdeburg, Germany, as- 
signor to J. F. Doran. Danbury, Conn. Blowing ma- 
chine for the manufacture of felt hats. 1.593.747 ; 
July 27. 

Briickner, Harry E. V.. Charlottenburg. near Berlin, 
Germany, assignor to Firm Tarnox Aktiengesellschaft. 
Lucerne. Switzerland. Fuse plug. 1.577.447 ; Mar. 23. 

Bruckner. John F., Union City, X. J. Adjustable bracket. 
1.598.239 ; Ausr. 31. 

Bruckshaw. Herbert S., Bolton. England. Reenforced con- 
crete. 1.610.996 : Dec. 14. 

Bruder, Edmund, assignor to A. H. Glos. Chicago, 111. 
Dirigible light for vehicles. 1.582.245: Apr. 27. 

Bruder, George H., Wevmouth, Mass. Embroidery-hoop 
adjuster. 1.599.003 ; Sept. 7. 

Bruder, George H., Wevmouth, Mass. Direction signal. 
1.599,004; Sept. 7. 



Bruder. George H., Wevmouth, Mass. Direction signal. 
1.509.005 ; Sept. 7. 

Brudney, Harry. (See Katcher. M., and Brudney.) 

Brueckmann. Adolph C., Baltimore, Md. Manually-oper- 
able control unit. 1.582,378 ; Apr. 27. 

Brueckmann, Earl C, Bloonineld, X. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Lamp Companv. Mounting filaments. 
1.600,974 : Sept. 2S. 

Bruegel. Edward A., et al. (See Richards, Silas G., 
assignor.) 

Brueggenian. Donald B., St. Louis, Mo. Yapor-bath ap- 
paratus. 1,004,678 ; Oct. 26. 

Brueggeman. Frank, assicrnor of one-half to W. I. Bell, 
Chicago, 111. Safetv-island-light fixture. 1,594.042; 
July 2". 

Bruen. Henry L., Orange, X. J. Faucet connecter. 
1,005,163 : Xov. 2. 

Bruenig. Richard. Peru, 111. Bait. 1.600.151 : Xov. 30. 

lirueseko. William H., St. Louis, Mo. Ice-cream ladle. 
1.574.7SS ; Mar. 2. 

Brueshaber, Martin W.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Goss 
Printing Press Company. Printing press. 1.597.S57 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bruger, Louis. (See Schafran, Isaac, assignor.) 

Brugmann, Herman II., Everlv. Iowa. Xut lock. 
1.590,799 ; Aug. 17. 

Bruhn. Fricderich W. G.. Berlin- Wilmersdorf. Germany. 
Locking mechanism for taximeter control levers. 
1. 604.382 : Oct. 26. 

Bruhn. Herman. Paris, Tenn. Chuck for stay bolts and 
the like. 1.594.515 : Aug. 3. 

Bruhn, Herman C. (See Bruhn. William C, and H. C.) 

Bruhn. John H.. and A. E. Matz, Dubuque, Iowa. Stop 
cock. 1.570.126; Jan. 19. 

Bruhn. William C. and H. C, Spirit Lake, Iowa. Dump- 
ing-wagon box. 1,570.125 ; Jan. 19. 

Bruijr.es. Johannes. (See Hoist, G., Oosterhuis, and 
Bruijnes.) 

Brulotte, Adjutor. (See Fortin, Georges, assignor.) 

Brumback, Nathan L.. Eldorado. Kaus. Weight-operated 
circuit closer. 1.598.804 ; Sept. 7. 

Brumbaugh, Andrew K., assignor to The Autocar Com- 
pany, Ardmore. Pa. Method of and means for con- 
trolling the operation of motor vehicles. 1,573,628: 
Feb. 10. 

Brumder, William C. Milwaukee, Wis. Adjustable con- 
denser. »i 012.414 ; Dec. 28. 

Brumneld. Elmer B., and A. O. Hickok, Tulsa, Okla. 
Well-tuning cage. 1.610.355 : Dec. 14. 

Brumfield, Thomas R., assignor of one-half to P. L. nines, 
Danville. Ya. Combined nut and bolt lock. 1.570.S74 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Rrumitt. George E. (See Denson, W. L., and Brumitt.) 

Brumser. Henry M., Portland, Oreg. Scale. 1,610,197 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Bruna. Joseph. Mica, assignor to American Squash 
Products Companv. Sunnyside, Wash. Preserving 
veeetnbles. 1592.719: July 13. 

Brunander, Gustav X., Portland, Oreg. Fireplace-chimney 
damper. 1.605,704 : Xov. 2. 

Brnnaugh. Harry P.. Kansas City. Mo., assignor to J. B. 
Watling. Chicaso, 111. Fortune-telling device for 
scales. 1.596.867 : Aug. 24. 

Brundage. Forrest II.. Toledo, Ohio. Yending-machine 
casing. Des. 69.S14 : Apr. 6. 

Brundage, Forrest H., Toledo. Ohio. Device for dispens- 
ing coffee and other materials. 1.607.235: Xov. 16. 

Brundage. James W., assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
panv, Akron, Ohio. Steering-gear check. 1,574,601 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Brundage, James W., assignor to The Miller Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Rubber-trimming device. 
1.575.616: Mar. 9. 

Brundage, James W.. assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany. Akron. Ohio. Washer settins. 1.5S1.675 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Brundidire. Sarah F., Xew York, X. Y. Supporting girdle. 
1.601.342 ; Sept. 2S. 

Bruno, Herbert M.. et al.. trustees. (See Charles C. L., 
and Drenning, assignors.) 

Brune. Louis J., sr., Algiers, La. Electric-wire connecter. 
1.568.585 : Jan. 5. 

Brune. Louis J., sr. Xew Orleans, La. Car seal. 
1.587.754; June S. 

Brune. Louis J., sr.. Xew Orleans, La. Vehicle jack and 
tire tool. 1.593.545: July 2<>. 

Brune. Rudolf. (See Wagner. H., Brune, Hessenland, 
Hoffa, and Muller.) 

Brunell. Leo W.. Foxhoro. assignor of one-half to E. W. 
Calkins. Ashmont, Boston, Mass. Printing. 1,592.806 ; 
July 13. 

Brunelle, Gaston A., San Francisco, Calif. Center 
punch. 1.586.281 : May 25. 

bruner, Adam W. 'See Weiler, C. H.. and Bruner.) 

Brunei-. Francis A., Inc. (See Murray, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

Bruner. George E.. Los Angeles, Calif. Ledger trav. 
1.004.031 : Oct. 26. 

Bruner, Martin R.. Buckland, Ohio. Tractor implement. 
1.595,447 : Aug. 10. 

Bruner. Simon. (See Lehr. Louis, assignor.) 

Brungard. William D.. Rcbersburg. Pa. Power take-off 
for motor-vehicle wheels. 1 593.42S ; July 20. 



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Brunhoff, Edward, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display stand. 
l,c.05.506 : Nov. 2. 

Brunhoff, Edward, assignor to The Brunhoff Manufac- 
turing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display and vend- 
ing apparatus. 1,587,935 ; June 8. 

Brunhoff, Edward, assignor to The Brunhoff Manu- 
facturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Display and 
vending apparatus. 1,587,936 ; June 8. 

Brunhoff, Henry E., assignor to The Brunhoff Manufac- 
turing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Humidifier. 
1.589.871 ; June 22. 

Brunhoff, Henry E., assignor to The Brunhoff Manufac- 
turing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Detachable lid 
1.589.S72 ; June 22. 

Brunhoff Manufacturing Company, The. (See Brunhoff, 
Edward, assignor.) 

Brunhoff Manufacturing Company. (See Brunhoff, Henry 
E., assignor.) 

Bruning, William H.. Evansville, Ind. Method of and 
apparatus for treating coffee 1,603,189 ; Oct. 12. 

Bruningn. John H. (See Retzbach, Edward J., assignor.) 

Brunk, Harold J. (See Green, A., and Brunk.) 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to C. F. Pease 
Company. Applying a sensitizing coating to paper. 
1,590,417 ; June 29. 

Brunler, Oscar A., Glasgow, Scotland. Apparatus for 
steam-generating and solution-heating purposes. 
1,569,703; Jan. 12. 

Brunn. George T., Pittsburgh, Ta. Electric system. 
1.570,823; Jan. 26. 

Brunnel. Harry C, Little Rock. Ark. Insulated steel 
structure 1.588.655 : June 15. 

Brunner, Albert H., Carbondale, 111. Grease-dispensing 
device. 1,572,762 ; Feb. 9. 

Brunner, Alexander, Newark, N. J. Gauge for gasoline- 
feed pipes. 1,610,924; Dec. 14. 

Brunner, Anselm J. W. E., Ascona, Switzerland. Game 
played on a board. 1,596,918 ; Aug. 24. 

Brunner, Harold E., Mamaroneck, N. Y., assignor to The 
Skayef Ball Bearing Company, Hartford, Conn. Bear- 
ing mounting. 1,586,779 ; June 1. 

Brunner, Harold E., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor +o The 
Skayef Ball Bearing Company. Antifriction-hearing 
mounting. 1,590,181; June 29. 

Brunner, Josef, Vienna, and E. Scheele, Brunn-am-Ge- 
birge. Austria. Preserving articles. 1,588,164 ; 
June 8. • 

Brunner, Walter. (See Herz, R., and Brunner.) 

Bruno, C., & Son. (See Wiltsie, Spencer A., assignor.) 

Bruno, Carl O.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bigelow- 
Bruno Manufacturing Company, Chicago. 111. Timer 
for internal-combustion engines. 1,581,917 ; Apr. 20. 

Bruno. Luigi, Turin, Italy. Automatic circular loom. 
1,577,516 ; Mar. 23. 

Brunow, Guinther H., Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to 
The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Burner. 
1.584,210; May 11. 

Bruns, Alfred E., Huntington, assignor to Metal Pack- 
age Corporation of New York, New York, N. Y. Box. 
1,582,631 ; Apr. 27. 

Bruns, Alfred E., Huntington, assignor to Metal Package 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Flowerpot holder. 
1.004.218 ; Oct. 26. 

Bruns, Ileinrich. (See Gesell. II., and Bruns.) 

Bruns. William G.. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Pump attach- 
ment. 1.604.383 : Oct. 20. 

Brunson. Augustus J. (See Crabb, Charles L., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Berg, 
Hans, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Bishop. 
Joseph W., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Bishop. 
J. \Y\. and Mattoson. assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Bluhm, Har- 
old J., assignor.) 

Brunswi(k-liai,%c-Collender Company. (See Drost, T., 
and Silverman, assignors.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Hedenakoog. 
Ernest, assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Hof- 
bauer, Frank X.. assignor.) 

Brunswlck-Bnlke-Collender Company, The. (See Mat- 
toson. Jesse O.. assignor.) 

I'.runswk-k-Balke-Collender Company. (See Smith, New- 
ton W., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Nystrom. 
Martin, assignor.) 

Brunswick Fuel Device Corporation. (See Sullivan, 
Joseph J., assignor.) 

Brunswick-Kroescbell Company. (See Bardenheuer, 
William C, assignor.) 

Brnntcui. David W., Denver. Colo. Pocket transit. 
1.503.429 ; July 20. 

Brunton, Lionel J., Boulder, Colo. Micrometer feeding 
device for metal-working machine and the like. 
1.584.970 ; May 18 

Brunzoll, Bror J. (See Bergstrom, J. F. O., and Brun- 
zffll.) 

Brunz^ll, Bror J., Arbra, Sweden. Rope and wire clamp. 
1.000.394; Sept. 21. 



Brush, Abbott P.. (Greenwich, Conn. Paste dispensing. 
1,584,838 ; May 18. 

Brush. Abbott P., Greenwich, Conn. Thermometer. 
1,593. 159/; July 20. 

Brush, Al'anson P., Detroit, Mich. Method and appa- 
ratus for equalizing explosive charges in the different 
cylinders of multicylinder engines. 1,569,610 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Manifold construction 
for internal-combustion engines. 1,576,569 ; Mar. 16. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Brake-operating 
mechanism. 1,583,121 ; May 4. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 1,598,421 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Brush, Alanson P., Detroit. Mich. Method and appara- 
tus for vaporizing fuel for internal-combustion engines. 
1.010,421 ; Dec. 14. 

Brush, Frederick F., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Elevator Safety Appliance Company. Interlock sys- 
tem for elevator doors. 1,569.454 ; Jan. 12. 

Brush, Frederick F., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Elevator Safety Appliance Company. Electrically- 
operated elevator-door control. 1,588.007 : June 8. 

Brush, George S., Zanesville, Ohio. Radiocabinet. Des. 
71,047 ; Sept. 14. 

Brush, George S., Zanesville, Ohio. Jug. Des. 71,545 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Brush, Graham M.. Greenwich, Conn. Carrier vessel. 
1.591.278 ; JUiV 6. 

Brush, William A., Detroit, Mich. Vaporizer for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,605.214 : Nov. 2. 

Bruskin. Bernard. Brooklyn. N. Y. Electron tube. 
1.592.075 ; July 13. 

Brust, August C. New York, N. Y. Orthodontic appli- 
ance. 1,582.570 : Apr. 27. 

Brustyn. Walther. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. Vapor- 
relay-circuit controller. 1.597,760; Aug. 31. 

Rruton. James J. (See McKey, E. J., and Bruton.) 

Brutus, Carl R.. assignor to W. V. Seifert, Denver, Colo. 
Roller-bits drilling tool. 1,582,332; Apr. 27. 

Brutzkus. Marcus, Zurich, Switzerland. Apparatus for 
chemical production and research. 1,586.508; May 25. 

T'ruun. Otto J. (See Beyer. Jacob L., assignor.) 

Bruyere, Joanny G., Lyon, France. Automatic braking 
mechanism for the feed rollers of wire-drawing ma- 
chines. 1,599,455 ; Sept. 14. 

Bruzac, Andre. (See Constant, G., and Bruzac.) 

Bryan, Joseph D., Chicago, 111. Toilet article. 1,610,925 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bryan Screw Machine Products Company. (See Fisher, 
Frank C, assignor.) 

Bryant, Charles L., Cleveland, Ohio. Valve-control 
mechanism. 1,583,122 ; May 4. 

Bryant. Clarence R.. and A. F. Weiss, St. Louis, Mo. 
Serving tray. 1.5S0.007 : Apr. 6. 

Bryant, Cyrus A., Passaic, N. J. Loading and corveying 
mechanism. 1,590,883: June 29. 

Bryant, Cyrus A., Passaic, N. J. Convever belt. 
1,590,884 ; June 29. 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Anderson, Carl E., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Christie, Lewis P., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Engstrom, Henry 
O., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Thomas, George B., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Vogt, Theodore B. 
H., assignor.) 

Bryant. Ellsworth S., assignor to Bryant Pattern and 
Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Compressor. 
1,610,600 ; Dec. 14. 

Brvant. Frank L., Joliet, 111. Packing apparatus. 
1.582,968: May 4. 

Brvant, Frank L., Joliet, HI. Granulating mill. 
1.586.282: Mav 25. 

Bryant, Frederick W., New Rochelle, N. Y. Finger ring 
or similar article. Des. 71,048 ; Sept. 14. 

Bryant, George H., B. B. Johnson, and R. G. Vanneck, 
assignors to The Relay Automatic Telephone Company, 
Limited. London. England. Party-line telephone. 
1,607,3.87 ; Nov. 16. 

Bryant. Henry, assignor to Waukesha Steel Products Co., 
i. iiikcsiin Wis. Device for setting up wire fences. 
1 011.410: Dec. 21. 
trynnt, Henry E., Providence, assignor to Tubnlar Woven 
Fabric Company. Pawtucket, R. I. Overrunning pre- 
venter for winding machines. 1.583,524: May 4. 

'trvnnt, Henry E., Providence, assignor to Tubular Woven 
Fabric Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Overrunning pre- 
venter for winding machines. 1,583.525 ; May 4. 

Bryant, Henry E., Providence, assignor to Tubular Woven 
Fabric Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Overrunning pre- 
venter for winding machines. 1,583,526; May 4. 

Bryant, Henry E., Providence, assignor to Tubular Woven 
Public Company, Pawtucket, R. I. Winding machine. 
1.593.012; July 20. 

Brvant, James G., Port Huron, Mich. Grinding mill. 
1.570,456; Jan. 19. 

Mryant, Lester F.. Oak Park, HI. Emollient antiseptic 
composition. 1,596,651; Aug. 17. 

Bryant and May Proprietary Limited. (See Ney, An- 
drew F., assignor.) 



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and 



Brvant Pattern and Manufacturing Company. 
Bryant. Ellsworth S.. assignor.) 

Brvant, Tom, Cross Plaius. Tex. Thread cutting 
cleaning tool. 1.600.92T ; Sept. 21. 

Brvant. William L.. Springfield, Vt. Grinding machine. 
1. 575.968 : Mar. 9. 

Bryce Brothers Company. (See Bell, Elmer, assignor.) 

Bryce Brothers Company. (See Bryce, Gerard S., as- 
signor.) 

Bryce, Gerard S., assignor to Bryce Brothers Company. 
Mount Pleasant, Pa. Goblet or similar article. Des. 
69.3S2: Feb. 9. 

Bryce. Gerard S.. assignor to Bryce Brothers Company, 
Mount Pleasant, Pa. Tumbler or similar article. Des. 
69.3S3 ; Feb. 9. 

Brvce, James. Pittsburgh. Pa. Glass-melting container. 
1,592,336 : July 13. 

Bryce. James W.. Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Time Recording Company of New York, Endi- 
cott, N. Y. Interlocking system for door locks and 
the like. 1.578,007; Mar. 23. 

Bryce. James TV.. Binghamton, N. T., assignor to The 
International Time Recording Company of New York. 
Multiple time recorder. 1,582,333 : Apr. 27. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to The Tabu- 
lating Machine Company. Endicott. N. Y. Converting 
punch. 1,60S,836 ; Nov. 30. 

Bryce. James W.. Bloomfield. N. J., assignor to The Tabu- 
lating Machine Company. Endicott. N. Y. Tabulating- 
card printer device. 1,608,837 ; Nov. 30. 

Bryce. Stanley J., assignor to Calender's Cable and 
Construction Companyr Limited, Leigh. England. Elec- 
tric cable. 1.607,432 : Nov. 16. 

Brydle, Fenton B. (See Brownrigg. Abel L.. assignor.) 

Bryers, John E., Jackson, Mich., assignor to The Ameri- 
can Fork & Hoe Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Method 
of and apparatus for making implement sockets. 
1,576,304; Mar. 9. 

Brvers. William >".. McMillan, Mich. Garment holder. 
1.601,715; Oct. 5. 

Bryne. Charles F. S.. Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Oil shield for motor-vehicle 
power plants. 1,587.214 : June 1. 

Biyngelson. Verner. (See Lidheck, E... and Bryngelson.) 

Brynoldt. Christian, Pittsburgh. Pa., assignor to Blaw- 
Knox Company. Floor form. 1.596.S6S ; Aug. 24. 

Brynoldt. Christian, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Blaw- 
Knox Company. Apparatus for forming concrete struc- 
tures. 1.600.395 ; Sept. 21. 

Brvson. Charles R.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Drill-jar piston. 
1.593.430: July 20. 

Brvson, Robert, Yancouver. British Columbia, Canada. 
Color-printing device. 1.568,651 ; Jan. 5. 

Bryson, Tandy A.. Troy, N. Y., assignor to Tolhurst Ma- 
chine Works. Safety guard for centrifugal extractors. 
1.575.316 ; Mar. 2. 

Brvson. Tandy A.. Trov, N. Y., assignor to Tolhurst Ma- 
chine Works. Centrifugal nut lock. 1.587.064 ; June 1. 

Bua, Frank A., Lodi, N. J. Violin-position guide. 
1.570.457; Jan. 19. 

Bna. Frank A.. Lodi, N. J. Tuning device for violins. 
1.577,245; Mar. 16. 

Bubar. Hudson H., New York, N. Y. Industrial furnace. 
1.576.033; Mar. 9. 

Bubb. Charles L.. Williamsport, and G. M. Thomas. Sun- 
burv, Pa. Railway cleaning device. 1,594,709 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bubla. Karl, Pilsen. Czechoslovakia. Impregnating wood. 
1.597,010; Aug. 24. 

Bucciarelli. Angelo. Chapleau, Ontario. Canada. Wrench. 
1.609.507: Dec. 7. 

Buccuto. William, Salem, N. J. Ventilating fan. 
1.570,371 : Jan. 19. 

Buchan, Carlyle. (See Buchan, S. M., and Buchan.) 

Buchan. Niven, Auckland, New Zealand. Obtaining pure 
gum from some crude gum materials and apparatus 
therefor. 1.593.964: July 27. 

Buchan, Samuel M. and C, Portobello. Scotland. Flower 
holder or similar article. Des. 71.32S ; Oct. 26. 

Buchanan, Albert, Reddish Yale, near Stockport, England. 
Bearing for drying cylinders and the like. 1.532,246 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Buchanan. Andrew B., Peekskill, N. Y. • Oilcloth. 
1.60S.766 : Nov. 30. 

Buchanan. Claude S., Davton, Ohio. Filing device. 
1.581.529 : Anr. 20. 

Buchanan. David E., Dublin, Tex. Knee pad. 1.571, OSS ; 
Jan. 26. 

Buchanan. Edward R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Windshield. 
1.574.022 : Feb. 23. 

Buchanan, Ernest C, Sullivan, Ky. Railway tie. 
1.575,095 ; Mar. 2. 

Buchanan. George E., Americus, Ga. Bottle holder. 
1,607.053 ; Nov. 16. 

Buchanan. Guy H. (See Landis. W. S.. and Buchanan.! 

Buchanan, Guy H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Method of and 
means for stabilizing liquid hydrocyanic acid. 
1.577.057; Mar. 16. 
Buchanan. Guy H.. Westfield. N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company. New York. N. Y. Fumigant 
and fumigating. 1.586.175 : May 25. 



Buchanan, Guy H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Rubber ac- 
celerator and making the same. 1.593.385 ; June 20. 

Buchanan, Hugh. (See Moir. E., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, James. (See Russell, D. M., and Buchanan.) 

Buchanan, James D., Iola, Kans. Saw-filing attachment 
for button-sawing machines. 1,569,704 ; Jan. 12. 

Buchanan, James E., Pawtucket, R. 1. Thermostatic fire 
alarm. 1,577,892 ; Mar. 23. 

Buchanan. James M., Mountain View, Mo. String-bean- 
treating machine. 1.580.008 ; Apr. 6. 

Buchanan. Jerome R.. and R. H. Abbott, Los Angeles. 
Calif. Bracket arm for lighting fixtures. Des. 69,633 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Buchanan, Jerome R.. and R. H. Abbott, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Wall plate for lighting fixtures. Des. 69.634 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Buchanan. Jerome R., and R. H. Abbott, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Body frame for lighting fixtures. Des. 70.262 ; 
June 1. 

Buchanan, Jerome R., and R. H. Abbott. Los Angeles, 
Calif. Ball lamp adapter for lighting fixtures. 
Des. 70,533 ; July 13. 

Buchanan, John W.. Folkston. Ga. Separating accumu- 
lating water from collecting turpentine gum. 
1,599,163 ; Sept. 7. 

Buchanan. Robert B., Hamilton, Ontario. Canada. Doif- 
ing apparatus for spinning frames. 1,572,103 ; Feb. 9. 

Buchanan. Robert B., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Chuck. 
1.590,280: June 29. 

Buchanan. Thomas M., Waterloo, Iowa. Garment hanger. 
1.605.918 : Nov. 9. 

Buchanan. Vita. New York, N. Y. Corset. 1.599.637 : 
Sept. 14. 

Buchanan. Vita, New York, N. Y. Corset. 1.599.63S : 
Sept. 14. 

Buchanan. Yita, New York. N. Y. Corset. 1.599.639 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Buchanan. Yita. New York. N. Y. Corset. 1.599.640 : 
Sept. 14. 

Buchanan. Yita. New York, N. Y. Corset. 1.599.641 : 
Sept. 14. 

Buchenau. John C, and E. R. Bishop, Syracuse. N. Y. 
Car fender. 1.582.729; Apr. 27. 

Buchenberg. Alvin E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Electric Auto-Lite Company, Toledo, Ohio. Con- 
necter. 1. 60S, 578 ; Nov. 30. 

Bucher. Armin. (See Staudinger, H., Tobler, Stocker, 
Tnbler. Bucbor. and Mueller.) 

Bucher, John W. (See Akins, R. P., Bucher, and Gross.) 

Kucbheim. Eugene J., Highland, 111. Organ. 1,586.283: 
May 25. 

Buchholz, Georg, Berlin-Friedenau, Germany. Loose-leaf 
binder. 1.604,967 ; Nov. 2. 

Buchholz. Hermann. Berlin, Germany. Molding material. 
1.568,955; Jan. 12. 

Buchholz. Max, Cassel, Germany. Protection of liquid- 
insulated apparatus. 1,585,014 ; May IS. 

Buchholz, Otto. Niederschonhausen, near Berlin. Germany, 
assignor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company. Wave signaling system. 1.601.343 : Sept. 28. 

Buchler, C. A. (See Dufrene, Sylvester, assignor.) 

Buchli, Jacob. Winterthur, Switzerland. Steam locomo- 
tive. 1,570,991 ; Jan. 26. 

Buchli. Jacob, Winterthur, Switzerland. High-pressure 
steam boiler for locomotives. 1.576.807 ; Mar. 16. 

Buchloh & Renkhoff. G. m. b. H. (See Renkhoff. Heiurich, 
assignor.) 

Buchmtiller, Curt. Berlin, assignor to A E G-Deutsehe 
Wrrke. Aktien-Gesellschaft. Berlin, Germanv. Type- 
writer. 1,592,516 ; July 13. 

Buchsbaum. Samuel, Chicago, 111. Multiple-grip belt 
buckle. 1.602,749 : Oct. 12. 

Buchstein, Ferdinand, Minneapolis, Minn. Artificial leg. 
1.597,011 ; Aug. 24. 

Biiehter. Jan, Berlin. Germany, assignor to Powers Ac- 
counting Machine Corporation, New York, N. Y. Card- 
punch mechanism. 1.5S1.782 : Apr. 20. 

I'.uchtrup. Karen M., Randers, Denmark. Doll. 
1,5S1,3S2 ; Apr. 20. 

Buck. Ainsworth. Summit. N. J. Window-cleaner's safety 
anchor. 1.597.S58 : Aug. 31. 

Buck. Arthur W., St. Louis, Mo. X-ray-film packet. 
1,582.730; Apr. 27. 

Buck. Eugene C, New York, N. Y. Vitreous composition 
and articles made therefrom. 1.570.202 : Jan. 19. 

Buck. Everett S. (See Johnston, W. L., and Buck.) 

Buck. Howard T., Cedar Knolls, N. J., assignor to T. S. 
Buck Mfg. Co.. New York, N. Y. Signature stamp for 
multisraphing machines. 1.5S0.009 ; Apr. 6. 

Buck. Howard T.. Cedar Knolls, N. J., assignor to T. S. 
Buck Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. Signa- 
ture stamp for multigraphing machines. 1.580,010 : 
Apr. 6. 

Buck. Pitmann A., Houston, Tex. Collapsible seat for 
motor vehicles. 1,609.605 : Dec. 7. 

Ruck, Sterling P. (See Saurez. Joseph M.. assignor.) 

Buck. T. S.. Mfg. Co. (See Buck. Howard T.. assignor.) 

Buck. Thomas F.. New Castle. Pa. Insulated bumper for 
vehicles. 1.010.4S8 : Dec. 14. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
■Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Buck, Wilmer G., Fremont, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Continental Engineering Corporation, Omaha, 
Nebr. Valve for internal-combustion engines. 

Rel6,286 ; Mar. 9. 

Buckbee, Arthur R. (See Buckbee, Walter C. and A. R.) 

Buckbee, Walter C. and A. R., Manteca, Calif. Fluid- 
transmission mechanism. 1,593,059 ; July 20. 

Buekendnle, Laurence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Oil baffle. 1,597,052 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Buckeye Incubator Company, The. (See Cugley, George, 
assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Eickman, Elmer n., 
assignor.) 

Buckeye Iron & Brass Works. (See Moorman, Frederick 
B., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Bush, 
Samuel P., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
George T., assignor.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
G. T., McPherson, and Wolfe, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Whitridge, 
John C, assignor.) 

Buckeye Tile Company. (See Hysell, E. J., and Carter, 
assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See McDonald, 
Jason a., assignor.) 

Buckham, George T. (See Dawson, A. T., and Buckham.) 

Bucking, Carl, Oberleschen, Germany. Manufacture of 
paper. 1,610,742 ; Dec. 14. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt 
& Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Lost-motion- 
compensating means for gear-hobbing machines. 
1,570,372 ; Jan. 19. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt 
& Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Worm-wheel 
generating machine. 1,582,(532; Apr. 27. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Method and de- 
vice for lapping gauges. 1,586,238 ; May 25. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Taper gauge. 
1.602.G45 ; Oct. 12. 

Buckingham. Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company, New York, N. Y. Gear-hobbing ma- 
chine. 1,605,166; Nov. 2. 

Buckingham, Earle, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Pratt & 
Whitney Company. New York, N. Y. Device for gen- 
erating globoidal worms. 1.608,367: Nov. 23. 

Buckingham Floating Hub Company Proprietary Limited. 
(See Buckingham," John T., assignor.) 

Buckingham. Fremont H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to 
Toledo Scale Company, Toledo, Ohio. Dashpot. 
1,602,604; Oct. 12. 

Buckingham & Heeht. (See Killalee, John J., assignor.) 

Buckingham, John T., assignor Buckingham Floating Hub 
Company Proprietary, "Limited, Mildura, Australia. 
Resilient wheel. 1,587.819; June 8. 

Buckley, Georgiana A., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Brush 
and mop handle. 1,609.906 ; Dec. 7. 

Buckley, Herbert M., Tooting, London, England. Head- 
dress for sportswomen. 1.586,141 ; May 25. 

Buckley, Homer, et al. (See Biggers, Lee P., assignor.) 

Buckley, John E.. Needham, Mass. Hanger for conductor 
pipes. 1,587,143 ; June 1. 

Buckley, Matthew J.. Milwaukee, Wis. Holder for mark- 
ing pins. 1,575,734; Mar. 9. 

Buckley, Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Long submarine telegraph cable for operation at high 
spend. 1.586.874: June 1. 

Buckley. Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Continuously loaded submarine cable. 1,586,875 : 
June 1. 

Buckley. Oliver E.. Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern .Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Power-limiting method and apparatus. 1,586,876 ; 
June 1. 

Buckley. Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electromagnetic device. 1,586,877; June 1. 

Buckley. Oliver E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Submarine-cable telegraphy. 1.586,961 ; June 1. 

Buckley. Oliver E., Maplewood. N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Induction apparatus. 1.586,962; June 1. 

Buckley, Thomas F., Scranton, Pa. Spring-forming ma- 
chine 1.572.639; Feb. 9. 

Buckmaster. Prank M.. Lowell, Wash, 
hair clippers. 1,689,937; June 22. 

Buckminster, Ira C.. Beverly, Mass.. assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corpora I ion, Paterson, N. J. Coating 
apparatus. 1.010.254: Dec. 14. 

Buckner, Leon, Oakland, Mich. Two-part heel. 
1,584,692 : May 11. 

Buckner, William t. (See Guthrie. C. W.. and Buckner.) 

Buekwaller, Tracy V., assignor to The Tlmkeft Roller 
Bearing Company. Canton. Ohio. Steering-knuckle 
construction. 1,585,758; May 25. 



Attachment for 



Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 

Bearing Company. Canton, Ohio. Railway-car axle. 

1.594.148; July 27. 
Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 

Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Railway-car-axle 

construction. 1,594,149 : July 27. 
Buckwalter, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller 

Bearing Company. Canton, Ohio. Assembling axle 

constructions. 1,598,599 ; Sept. 7. 
Buek, Tycho, jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe and making 

same. 1.600,620 ; Sept. 21. 
Buck, Tycho, jr., Philadelphia, Ta. Shoe and making 

same. 1,600,621 : Sept. 21. 
Bucquet, Georges J., San Bernardino, Calif. Filter. 

1,606.693 ; Nov. 9. 
Bucyrus Company. (See Bager, S. R. W. M., and Leh- 
man, assignors.) 
Bucyrus Company. (See Ferris, W., and Bager, as- 
signors.) 
Bucyrus Company. (See Fvkse, Mitchell L., assignor.) 
Bucyrns Company. (See Lehman W., Brewer, Hoar, 

Johnston, and Fykse, assignors.) 
Bucyrus Company. (See Stevens, Paul S., assignor.) 
Ruda Conmnny. The. (See Broece. Robert J., assignor.) 
Buda Company, The. (See Fisher, R. B.. and Darkless, 

assignors.) 
Buda Company, The. (See Gormley, Frank L.. assignor.) 
Build. Britton I., assignor to Chicago North Shore & 

Milwaukee Railroad Company, Chicago. III. System 

and apparatus for handling freight. 1,611,882; 

Dec. 28. 
Budd. Edward G., assignor to Budd Wheel Company. 

Philadelphia. Ta. Mill and method for rolling tapered 

disks. 1.568,050; Jan. 5. 
Budd. Edward G., assignor to Budd Wheel Company. 

Philadelphia. Pa. Process of straightening tapered 

disks. 1.582.571 ; Apr. 27. 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See 

Fiechter, John J., assignor.) 
Budd. Edward G.. Manufacturing Company. (See Kelley, 

George L., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 

winka, Joseph, assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Meadowcroft, 

Joseph W., assignor.) 
Budd. Edward G.. Manufacturing Company. (See MeineT, 

William J., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, Earl J. W., assignor.) 
Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Valen- 
tine, William A., assignor.) 
Budd. Lester E., Philadelphia. Pa. Grate structure. 

1 586.963: June 1. 
Budd, Selden J., Manhasset. assignor of one-half to C. 

W. Smith, Great Neck, N. Y. Fishing reel. 1,572,104 ; 

Feb. 9. 
Budd. Wnlter P.. Pittsburgh, Ta. Motor vehicle. 

1.577 550 ; Mar. 23. 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Budd, Edward G., assignor.) 
Budd Wbcel Company. (See Rutz, William, assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Fine, Lewis, assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Geer. Harry R.. assignor.) 
Budd Wheel Company. (See Ledwinka, J., and Mayer, 

assignors.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Ludwick, Herbert V., as- 
signor.) 

Rudd Wheel Company. (See Nelson, Emil A., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Ragsdale, Earl J. W., as- 
signor.) 

Rudd Wheel Company. (See Smith, John W., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Stoddard, Hart A., as- 
signor.) 

Rudde. Alfred E. (See Ivandick, M. G.. and Budde.) 

Buddie, George T.. assignor of one-half to J. J. Sturm,. 
Ohi'cns-n. 111. Fish lnre. 1.57S.070 : Mar. 23. 

Ruder, Charles G., assignor to Haynes-Lnngenberg Mfg. 
Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Hot-air furnace. 1,570,431 ; 
Jan. 10. 

Buder, Charles G., assignor to Langenberg Manufactur- 
ing Co., St. Louis. Mo. Blower. 1.612.568: Dee. 28. 

Budlong, Guy W., and O. Hoeftmann, Worcester. Mass.. 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersev. Armored cable. 1,585.888; May 25.' 

Biidrnw.' William A., Pittsfield, Mass. Golf tee. 
1 573.011 : Feb. 23. 

Rudwell. Leigh, Richmond, Va. Stav bolt for boilers. 
1.603,570; Oct. 19. 

Buctile. George A., assignor to Pelton Water Wheel Co.. 
San Francisco, Calif. Hydraulic turbine. 1,592,441; 
July 13. 

Rucl. llilllionse. New York, N. Y. Bulgarian milk. 

1.503.890 : July 27. 
Bneina, Guadalupe. Santa Barbara, Calif. Automatic 

fluid control. 1.568.720: Jan. 5. 
Buenaventura, Thomas. New York. N. Y. Making arti- 

fi-iil dentures. 1.612.605; Dec. 28. 
Buensod. Alfred C, assignor to The Tobacco Treating 

Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Artificially curing green 

tobacco. 1.568.316: Jan. 5. 
Bueseher. Ferdinand A.. Elkhart. Ind. Valve action for 

wind musical Instruments. 1,601.555 : Sept. 28. 
Bueseher. Ferdinand A., Elkhart. Ind. Key pad for windi 

musical instruments. 1,611,993; Dec. 28. 



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Bueseher, Oswald, and It. G. Goebel, Smlthville, Tex. 
Plowing attachment for tractors. 1.569,705; Jan. 12. 

Buottner, Charles L., and H. C. Merge!, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Piston. 1.590.281: June 20. 

Buottner, Edward F., E. Ganun, and H. K. Throm, 
Toledo, Ohio. Route meter. 1,569.946 ; Jan. 19. 

Buettner, T., & Co. (See Drummond, Katherine L., as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo Brake Beam Company. (See Crone, Seth A., as- 
signor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Machine Company. (See How, Harlan 
W., assignor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Machine Company. (See Van Marie, 
Dirk J., assignor.) 

Buffalo Gasolene Motor Company. (See Keck, R. R., and 
Alt. assignors.) 

Buffalo Pottery. (See Bown, Lewis H., assignor.) 

Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Altken, Andrew 
W., assignor.) 

Buffalo Waving and Belting Co. (See Krenz, Rudolph, 
assignor.) 

Buffeleu, John. Tacoma, Wash. Lumber-patching machine. 
1.578,008 ; Mar. 23. 

Buffington, Herbert, assignor, by mesne assisnments. to 
Buffington Waterproof Paper Corporation, Seattle, 
Wash. Waterproofing compound and paper water- 
proofed thereby. 1.589,103; June 15. 

Buffington, Joe A. (See Ricketts, R. A., and Buffington.) 

Buffington. John H., and L. L. Whitsou, assignors oi one- 
third to W. Fairbanks, Hollywood, Calif. Tire carrier 
and cover. 1,594.710 ; Aug. 3. 

Buffington Waterproof Paper Corporation. (See Buf- 
fington. Herbert, assignor.) 

Buffington, Wesley I)., assignor of one-third to J. Herzog, 
Richmond, Calif. Hoe. 1,595,821 ; Aug. 10. 

Buford, Benjamin R., et al. (See Gramm, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Bugatti. Ettore, Molsheim, France. Vehicle wheel with 
cooling disk. 1,580,011 ; Apr. 6. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Manufacture of light 
front axles for motor vehicles. 1,592,755 ; July 13. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Device for the lateral 
maintenance of the lifting rods of forging hammers to 
prevent their distortion. 1,599,984 ; Sept. 14. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., jr., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Continental Optical Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Trifocal lens blank and lens 
made therefrom. 1,569,258 ; Jan. 12. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., assignor to Franklin Optical Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Frame construction for mag- 
nifying glasses. 1.5SS.442 ; June 15. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, lad., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, New 
York. N. Y. Shaping grinders for bifocal lenses. 
1.592.076; July 13. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., jr., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, 
New 'Sork, N. Y. Making fused multifocal lenses. 
1.596,31)5: Aug. 17. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., jr., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Making fused multifocal lenses. 
1,596,396; Aug. 17. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., jr., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Making fused multifocal lenses. 
1.596,397 : Aug. 17. 

Bugbee, Lucian W.. assignor to Franklin Optical Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Making bifocal lenses. 1,596,714 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Machine for generating toric surfaces on 
lenses. 1,599,405 ; Sept. 14. 

Bugbee, Lucian W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Continental Optical Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Lens-grinding machine. 1.602,522 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bugbee & Niles Co. (See King, Rufus. assignor.) 

Bugenhagen, George H., Minot, N. Dak. Automobile 
snubber. 1.603,268 ; Oct. 19. 

Bugenhagen, George H., Minot, N. Dak. Folding chair. 
1,609.689 ; Dec. 7. 

Bugg, Owen T., Beacon, N. Y. Roller skate. 1,608,368; 
Nov. 23. 

Bugge, Peter A., Seattle, Wash. Saw set. 1,604,S41 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Bugler, Arthur V., and T. E. Delafons, assignors to Lino- 
type and Machinery Limited, London, England. Sheet- 
delivery mechanism of printing machines. 1,600,036 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Buhl-Bonanno, Lucille, Mount Vernon, assignor to Lucille 
Buhl Vanity Products Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Lin 
stick. 1.576.567: Mar. 16. 

Buhl. Lucille. Vanity Products Co. (See Buhl-Bonanno. 
Lucille, assignor.) 

Buhl Stamping Company. (See Comp, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Buhl Stamping Company. (See Fahlman, Duncan J.. 
assignor.) 

Buhrke, R. H., Co. (See Schank. John E.. assignor.) 

Buie, Archibald A.. Marshall, Mo. Shade for balers. 
1,593,431 ; July 20. 



Builders Iron Foundry. (See Connet, Frederick N., as- 
signor.) 

Buisson, Eugene, assignor to SocifitS Anonyme Francaise- 
du Ferodo, Paris, France. Disk clutch. 1,588,305 ; 
June 8. 

Bujger, Cyril, St. Paul, Minn. Rolling toy. 1,569,172; 
Jan. 12. 

Bukolt, John J., Stevens Point, Wis. Crib. Des. 70,211 p 
May 25. 

Buley, Olga E., London, England. Suspension device for 
curtains. 1,585,078 ; May 18. 

Bulfer, Hayes S., Garden City, Minn. Harrow cart, 
1,587,467: June 1. 

Bulger, Michael B., Beaver Dam, Wis. Detachable drink- 
ing bowl. 1.586,780 ; June 1. 

Bulger, Michael B., Beaver Dam, Wis. Detachable stock- 
watering bowl. 1,589,836 ; June 22. 

Bulger, Michael B., assignor to Middle West Mfg. Co., 
Inc.. Beaver Dam, Wis. Stationary drinking bowl. 
1,598,047 ; Aug. 31. 

Bulkrug Machine Corporation. (See Barrett, Joseph C, 
assignor.) 

Bull, Adam D., assignor to Home Radiator Cabinet Co., 
Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Radiator casing. 1.586,604 ; 
June 1. 

Bull, Arthur A. (See Handy, R. G., and Bull.) 

Bull, Arthur A., assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Governor for internal-combustion en- 
gines. 1,580,231 ; Apr. 13. 

Bull, Arthur A., assignor to General Motors Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Internal-combustion engine. 1,583,955 : 
May 11. 

Bull, Edwin A., Chicago, 111. Lighting fixture. 1,611,127- 
Dec. 14. 

Bull, George, assignor to Henry Berry and Company 
Limited, Leeds. England. Extrusion press for forming 
rods and the like from metal billets. 1,609,988 ; Dec. 7. 

Bull. George P., San Jose, Calif. Caster. 1.589,101 ; 
June 15. 

Bull, Thomas, near Santa Clara, Calif. Light-controlling 
device. 1,575,147: Mar. 2. 

Bull, William C., Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for fabri- 
cating reenforced glass. 1,575,969 ; Mar. 9. 

Bulla, Daniel R., Sophia, N. C. Sputum-cup holder. 
1.587,937; June 8. 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., assignor to The Bullard Machine 
Tool Co., Bridgeport, Conn. Multiple-spindle-machine 
tool. 1,574,726; Feb. 23. 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., assignor to The Bullard Machine 
Tool Co., Bridgeport, Conn. Multiple-spindle continu- 
ous drilling machine. 1,574,727 ; Feb. 23. , 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., Stratford, assignor to The 
Bullard Machine Tool Co.. Bridgeport, Conn. Mul- 
tiple-spindle machine. 1,586.066 ; May 25. 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., Stratford, assignor to The Bul- 
lard Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Auto- 
mobile bumper. 1.609.860 ; Dec. 7. 

Bullard, Edward P., jr., and G. F. Kolb, assignors to The 
Bullard Machine Tool Co., Bridgeport, Conn. Clutch. 
1.601,235; Sept. 28. 

Bullard Machine Tool Company, The. (See Bullard, Ed- 
ward P., jr., assignor.) 

Bullard Machine Tool Co., The. (See Bullard, E. P., and 
Kolb, assignors.) 

Bullard Machine Tool Company, The. (See Kolb, George 
F., assignor.) 

Bullard, William P.. Albany, Ga. Nut-sorting apparatus. 
1.000,037; Sept. 14. 

Bullen, Clare H., assignor to Tuerck Mackenzie Machine 
Co., Portland, Oreg. Apparatus for making concrete 
pipe. 1,574,421 ; Feb. 23. 

Bullen, John H., Oakmont, assignor to The Long Life 
Valve Company, New Kensington, Pa. Valve. 
1.002,372 ; Oct. 5. 

Bullermann, August, Hannover, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to "Bullo" Cycle-Scooter Control 
of America, Inc., Woodhaven, N. Y. Scooter. 
1,581,168; Apr. 20. 

Bulley, George W., Akron, Ohio. Radiocabinet. 1,591,359 r. 
July 6. 

Bulley, George W., assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany. Akron. Ohio. Composite horn and making same. 
1.575,617 ; Mar. 9. 

Bulley, George W.. assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany. Akron, Ohio. Sound amplifier. 1,578,391 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bulley, George W., assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany, Akron, Ohio. Making radiocabinets. 1,585,759 ; 
May 25. 

Bulley, George W., assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany, Akron. Ohio. Manufacture of sound-amplifying 
horns. 1,594,997 ; Aug. 3. 

Bulley, George W.. assignor to The Miller Rubber Com- 
pany, Akron, Ohio. Vulcanizing press. 1,601,716 : 
Oct. 5. 

Bullimore. William R., Highbury Grove. London, Eng 
land. Thermionic valve. 1,612.259; Dec. 28. 

Bullinger, Christ. (See Jaeger, W., and Potstock, as- 
signors.) 

Bullinger, Frederic H., Yonkers, N. Y.. assignor to Ward 1 
Leonard Electric Company. Electric controller. 
1,569,611 ; Jan. 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Bullirigcr, Frederic H., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to L. M. 
Purviance, Los Angeles, Calif. Rheostat. 1,579,347 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Bulliugton, Frank A., assignor to Bullington Motors, 
Kansas City, Mo. Divided-charge rotary engine. 
1,568,051 ; Jan. 5. 

Bullington, Frank A., assignor to Bullington Motors, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. Internal-combustion engine. 1,568,052 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bullington, Frank A., assignor to Bullington Motors, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. Multicylinder rotary engine. 1,568,053 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bullington, Frank A., assignor to Bullington Motors, 
Kansas Citv, Mo. Rotary internal-combustion engine. 
1.579,207 ; Apr. 6. 

Bullington Motors. (See Bullington, Frank A., assignor.) 

"Bullo" Cycle-Scooter Control of America, Inc. (See 
Bullermann, August, assignor.) 

Bullis, Earl, assignor to Collette Manufacturing Company, 
Amsterdam, N. Y. Press machine. 1,609,291 ; Dec. 7. 

Bullis, Frederick O., assignor to Riteall Checkwriter Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Printing machine. 
1,604,384 : Oct. 26. 

Bullock, Calvin, Denver, Colo. Wardrobe trunk and the 
like. 1,599,316; Sept. 7. 

Bullock, Charles A. H., London, England. Printing 
press. 1,586,651 ; June 1. 

Bullock, Charles A. H., London, England. Feeding of 
paper to a printing or other machine. 1,612,260 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Bullock, Charles F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. U-tube . manometer. 
1,576,087; Mar. 9. 

Bullock, Edward W. (See Slade, A. P., and Bullock.) 

Bullock, Ernest L. and E. S. Umstead, Providence, R. I. 
Device for cleaning gas service pipes. 1,604,385 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Bullock, Harvey L., North White Plains, N. Y. Conden- 
sation drain device. 1,579.073 ; Mar. 30. 

Bullock, Hugh, Andover, Mass.. assignor to Converse Rub- 
ber Shoe Co. Shoe. 1,573,299 ; Feb. 16. 

Bullock. Hugh, Andover, Mass., assignor to Converse Rub- 
ber Shoe Co. Shoe. 1,581,783 ; Apr. 20. 

Bullock, Robert C, Stem, N. C. Cotton chopper and 
cultivator. 1,596,334 ; Aug. 17. 

Bullock, Samuel A., assignor to Ally Company, Inc., 
Port Washington, N. Y. Fuel economizer. 1,600,711 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Bullock, Samuel A., Port Washington, and B. T. Perry, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Apparatus for forming emulsions 
of oil and water. 1,578,187 ; Mar. 23. 

Bullowa, Jesse G. M. (See Batchelder, E., and Bullowa.) 

Bullwinkel, Martin E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone at- 
tachment. 1,576,305 ; Mar. 9. 

Bulman, Elvah O., Grand Rapids, Mich. Paper-roll 
holder and cutter. 1,573,141; Feb. 16. 

Bulman, Thomas. Osvoos, British Columbia, Canada. 
Carton. 1.603,510 ; Oct. 19. 

Bulmer, J. H., et al. (See Nesmith, Samuel D., as- 
signor.) 

Bulmer, Leonard C, W. A. Hardenbergh, and J. H. Fike, 
Birmingham, Ala. Slide rule. 1,602,479 ; Oct. 12. 

Bultman, Charles E., deceased. Chicago, 111. ; I. M. Bult- 
man, executrix. Pitcher or the like. Des. 69,815 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Bultman, Charles E., assignor to The Mantle Lamp Com- 
pany of America, Chicago. 111. Heat-insulated cooking 
and' serving dish. 1.593,650 ; July 27. 

Bultman, Frederick H., jr., Cleveland, Ohio. Transmis- 
sion. 1,604.112 ; Oct. 26. 

Bultman. Ida M., executrix. (See Bultman, Charles E.) 

Bulwinkle, John E., Charleston, S. C. Receptacle. 
1.569.706 ; Jan. 12. 

Bumford, Edward, Birmingham, Ala. Rolling hollow 
steel. 1,574,551 ; Feb. 23. 

Bumgardner, Dayton, Chicago, 111. Attaching pyroxylin 
mixtures to dental plates. 1,591,653 : July 6. 

Bumgardner, Harrv T., Waco, Tex. Mold for concrete 

wall blocks. 1,577,784 ; Mar. 23. 
Bump, Spencer M., assignor to The Bettcher Stamping & 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Chair hub. 
1,604,144 ; Oct. 26. 

Bumper and Fender Co. (See Ronca, L., and Santoro, 
assignors.) 

Bumstead. Frank F.. Long Beach, Calif. Motor vehicle. 
1,007,236 ; Nov. 10. 

Bundo, James T. (See Repkow, G. H., and Bundo.) 

Bundren, Francis M., El Paso, Tex., assignor of one- 
fourth to II. II. Bailey and one-fourth to P. II. Bailey. 
Flour sifter. 1,585,000; May 18. 

Bundy, Benjamin G., assignor to Nashua Gummed & 
Coated Taper Company, Nashua, N. H. Gummed strip. 
1,582,449 ; Apr. 27. 

Bundy, Benjamin G., assignor to Nashua Gummed & 
Coated Paper Companv. Nashua, N. II. Manufacture 
of gummed strips. 1.590.732: June 2d. 

Bundy, Harry W., Detroit, Mich. Machine for cutting 
and forming metal shapes. 1.599,164 ; Sept. 7. 

Bundy, Harry W., Detroit, Mich. Soldering apparatus. 
1,605,326: Nov. 2. 

Bundv, Philander, Indianapolis, Ind. Weed cutter. 
1.609,690; Dec. 7. 



Bundy, Philander R., Indianapolis, Ind. Fuel mixer for 
internal-combustion engines. 1,607,183 ; Nov. 16. 

Bundy, Stanton S., Roosevelt, Tex. Dehorner. 1,595,542 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Bungay, George W., Plainfield, assignor to Aluminum 
Die-Casting Corporation, Garwood, N. J. ■ Die-casting 
machine. 1,596,150; Aug. 17. 

Bungerz, Karl, Hempstead, assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
receiver. 1,581,509 ; Apr. 20. 

Bunker, Celestia J. (See Bunker, George W. and C. J.) 

Bunker, George W. and C. J.. Detroit, Mich. Railroad- 
crossing gate. 1,605,167 ; Nov. 2. 

Bunker, II. M., & Company. (See Gardner, Percy, as- 
signor.) 

Bunker, Samuel F., Chicago, 111. Dish cleaner. 1,581,943 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bunn, B. H., Company. (See Bunn, Benjamin H., as- 
signor.) 

Bunn, Benjamin H.. assignor to B. H. Bunn Companv, 
Chicago, III. Tying machine. 1,606,290 ; Nov. 9. 

Bunn, Monroe, Lenox, and B. C. Robertson, Dyersburg, 
Tenn. Vending machine. 1,578,640 ; Mar. 30. 

Bunnell, Clarence O., Vancouver, Wash. Note case. 
1,580,994; Apr. 13. 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, Conn. Golf-tee packet and 
golf tee. 1,611,332 ; Dec. 21. 

Bunnell, Gussie M., Miami, Fla. Dumping truck. 
1.569,707: Jan. 12. 

Bunnell, Willard G., Gillette, Wyo. Road grader. 
1,576,808 : Mar. 16. 

Bunse, Fritz. (See Bunse, Otto, assignor.) 

Bunse, Otto, Hesperinghausen, near Niedermarsberg, as- 
signor to F. Bunse, Braunschweig, Germany. Seed se- 
lecting and cleaning machine. 1,590,723 ; June 29. 

Bunte Brothers. (See Walz, Alexander F., assignor.) 

Bunten, Claude L., Rawlins, Wyo. Feed and trigger 
mechanism for toy pistols. 1,568,999 ; Jan. 12. 

Bunting, Elwood C, assignor to Roberts & Mander Stove 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Locking device for valves 
for gas burners. 1,584,606 ; May 11. 

Bunting, Herbert C, Seattle, Wash. Intermittent elec- 
tric make-and-break device. 1,575.536 ; Mar. 2. 

Runting Iron Works. (See Davis, Tray, assignor.) 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,943 ; Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,944 ; Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,945 ; Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,946 ; Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,947 ; Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,948 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bunting, James H.. Clifton, N. J., assignor to Susque- 
hanna Silk Mills. Textile fabric. Des. 70,949 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bunz, Charles J., West Hoboken, N. J. Container. 
1,576.088: Mar. 9. 

Buote, Frank A. (See Taylor. A. M., and Buote.) 

Burbank, James E., Flagstaff, Me. Saw frame. 1.599,642 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Burbidge, Charles B., Chicago, 111. Hopper-bottomed box 
car. 1,600,310 ; Sept. 21. 

Burbridge. Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Metal frame con- 
struction for windows and the like. 1,605,169 ; Nov. 2. 

Burch, Allen P., Whittier, Calif. Inset casing float valve. 
1,574,537; Feb. 23. 

Burch, Donald D., El Dorado, Ark. Casing shoe. 
1,603,447; Oct. 19. 

Burch, Eugene J., Memphis, Tenn. Floor cleaning and 
polishing device. 1,570.127; Jan. 19. 

Burch, Floyd R. (See Willis, Henry I., assignor.) 

Burch, Joseph S., Franklin, assignor to Joy Machine 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Gathering mechanism. 
1.582.247 : Apr. 27. 

Burch, Ray W., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dental articulator. 
1,588,091; June 8. 

Burch, Robert E., Kensington, London, England. Extra 
air valve for internal-combustion engines. 1,609,292 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Burch, Robert R., assignor to Chicago Nipple Manufactur- 
ing Co., Chicago, 111. Pipe-finishing mechanism. 
1.610,198; Dec. 7. 

Burch, Roy L., J. J. Bertorello, and S. Newfarmer, Mont- 
rose, Colo. Furrow former. 1,610,655 ; Dec. 14. 

Burcham, Benjamin F., Birmingham, Ala. Safety guard 
for electric switches. 1,599,643; Sept. 14. 

Burchartz, Heinrich, assignor to Gelsenkirchener Borg- 
werks-A. G., Gelsenkirchen. Germany. Metal-casting 
machine. 1,581,169 : Apr. 20. 

Burchess, Herman. New York, N. Y. Bag frame, 
1.588,165; June 8. 

Burckhalter, James A., Barnwell, S. C. Fan. 1,604,877; 
Oct. 26. 

Burd, Bruce, Clarinda, Iowa. Bumper and luggage car- 
rier for automobiles. 1.001,937; Oct. 5. 

Burd High Compression Ring Company. (See Higgins, 
George H., assignor.) 



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Glass-cutting device. 



Burda, Joseph, Chicago, 

1,610.547 ; Dec. 14. 

Burdell, Arthur, Atlanta, Ga., assignor to A. S. Gilman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Manifold express form. 1,581,170 ; 

Apr. 20. 

Burdett, Horace H., assignor to Draper Corporation, 

Hopedale, Mass. Builder mechanism for yarn spinning 

and winding machines. 1,579,190 ; Mar. 30. 

Burdette, Otis H., Atlanta, Ga. Penholder. 1,568,496 ; 

.Tan. 5. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Method and apparatus 
for retreading tires. 1,579,641 ; Apr. 6. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire 
and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Closing openings 
in rubber products. 1,583,571 ; May 4. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Forming cushion tires. 
1,588,008: .lune 8. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tire flap. 1,591,465 ; 
July 6. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Method of and ap- 
paratus for manufacturing inner tubes. 1,603,312 ; 
Oct. 19. 
Burdette, Richard S., assignor to The Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Cushion tire and 
making the same. 1,606,503 ; Nov. 9. 
Burdhard, Frederick A., New York, N. Y. Toilet-flushing 

device. 1,574,602 ; Feb. 23. 
Burdick, Austin F., et al. (See Bailey, Robert L., as- 
signor.) 
Burdick Cabinet Company. (See Anderson, Fritz A., 

assignor.) 
Burdiefe, Charles L. (See Done, William T„ assignor.) 
Burdick, Charles L., London, England. Paper-folding ma- 
chine. 1,571,105; Jan. 26. 
Burdick, Charles L., London. England. Pneumatic spray- 
in- apparatus. 1,603,902 ; Oct. 19. 
Burdick, Charles L., assignor to Guggenheim Brothers, 
New York, N. Y. Metallurgical process. 1,606,343; 
Nov. 9. 
Burdick, Edwin C, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic gaug- 
ing machine. 1,580,955; Apr. 13. 
Burdick, Hiram M., Frankfort, N. Y. Support for dry- 
ing lines. 1.586.284 ; May 25. 
Burdick, John N., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Carbide and 
Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Making oleflne oxides. 
1,589,358; June 22. 
Burdick, John N., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Carbide and 
Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Making propylene ox- 
ides. 1,589,359 ; June 22. 
Burdick, Ralph M., Los Angeles, Calif. Piston for inter- 
nal-combustion engines. 1,595,641 ; Aug. 10. 
Burdin, Grover W., and M. J. Landry, St. Martinsville, 

La. Cane cultivator. 1,588,306; June 8. 
Burdwise, Aaron, Baltimore, Md. Hand pick for 6tring 

instruments. 1,573,912 ; Feb. 23. 
Bureau, Norman V. (See Haydock, C. W. G., and 

Bureau.) 
Burgdorf. Edward F. (See Dacon, Charles H.. assignor.) 
Burge, Charles L., Lincoln, Ind. Automatic liquid- 
supply means for water tanks of air washers. 
1,586,405: May 25. 
Burge, Fred. New Haven, Conn. Propelling mechanism 
for boats, vessels, and the like. 1.610,656; Dec. 14. 
Burgee, Elizabeth D., North Beach, Md. Combined mop 

and scraper. 1,610,657 ; Dec. 14. 
Burger, Clarence W., Washington, D. C. Game board. 

1 006,826 ; Nov. 16. 
Burger, Franz F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Heinrich Lanz. Aktiengesellschaft. Mannheim, Baden, 
Opvmanv. Waste-heat boiler. 1,599,406; Sept. 14. 
Burger, Franz F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Heinrich Lanz, Aktiengesellschaft, Mannheim, Baden, 
Germany. Steam superheater. 1,599,407 ; Sept. 14. 
Burger, Frederick W., Niles, and B. Stockfleth, Berrien 
Springs, assignors to Clark Tructractor Company, Bu- 
chanan, Mich. Spring supporting and attaching 
means for vehicles. 1,584,977 ; May 18. 
Burger, John H., Evergreen, N. Y. Shoe heel. 1,578,261 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Burcer, Joseph, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Doweling machine. 

1.588.443 ; June 15. 
Burger, Leopold F., Riverside, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Harvester Company. 
Carburetor. 1,589,360 ; June 22. 
Burger, Leopold F., and W. F. Borgerd, Riverside, as- 
signor to International Harvester Company, Chicago, 
111. Fuel nozzle. 1.568,134 ; Jan. 5. 
Burger, Luis, New York, N. Y. Shoe. 1,571,106 ; Jan. 26. 
Burgers, Franz, Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Treating and 

refining crude iron. 1,578,009 ; Mar. 23. 
Bureert. Henrv. assignor of one-half to N. Blake, Oshkosh, 

Wis. Toy balloon. 1,596.800; Aug. 17. 
Burges, Laurie L. (See Flachslaender, J., and Burgess.) 
Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Charles F., as- 
signor.) 
Burgess Battery Company. (See Schulte, Walter B., 

assignor.) 
Burgess Battery Company. (See Zook, John S., as- 
signor.) 

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Burgess, C. F., Laboratories. (See Hoffman, William 
FT, assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Schorger, Arlie 
W., assignor.) 

Burgess, Charles F., assignor to Burgess Battery Com- 
pany, Madison, Wis. Dry cell. 1,608,579 ; Nov. 30. 

Burgess, Dora C., Stockton, Calif. Musical notation. 
1,594,194; July 27. 

Burgess, Frederick T. (See Bentley, W. O., and Bur- 
gess.) 

Burgess, George A., Waukegan, 111., assignor to Chicago 
Hardware Foundry Company, North Chicago, 111. Drain 
board and cover for dish washers, etc. 1,605,919 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Burgess, James K., Montclair, N. J. Mouthpiece for 
cigar holders, cigarette holders, and pipes. 1,583,956 ; 
May 11. 

Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Development Company. Foam for fire prevention. 
1,599,006; Sept. 7. 

Burgess, Louis G., and H. Thompson, Detroit, Mich. 
Refrigerating apparatus. 1,572,467 ; Feb. 9. 

Burgess, Roy H., assignor of one-third to W. R. Burgess, 
Glen Ellyn, 111. Vertical-file-folder machine. 1,574,789 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Burgess, Warren B., Washington, D. C. Radio reception 
system. 1,597,431 ; Aug. 24. 

Burgess, William R. (See Burgess, Roy H., assignor.) 

Burgher, Clarence L., New York, N. Y. Soap cake. 
1,587,279 ; June 1. 

Burgoyne Light & Signal Corporation. (See Olsson, 
Zacharias, assignor.) 

Burgoyne, Oliver H. and W. B. Price, Dallas, Tex. De- 
vice for teaching golf swing. 1,596,919 ; Aug. 24. 

Burhans, Lloyd E., Yonkers, N. Y. Closure construction. 
1,576,946; Mar. 16. 

Burhorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Cooling tower. 

1.602.843 ; Oct. 12. 

Burhorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Cooling tower 

1.602.844 ; Oct. 12. 

Burhorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Spray nozzle. 

1.602.845 ; Oct. 12. 

Burhorn, Edwin, Hoboken, N. J. Cooling tower. 
1,610,255 ; Dec. 14. 

Burian, Alois, Schenectady, N. Y. Change-making and 
fare-registering machine. 1,575.537 ; Mar. 2. 

Burk. Henry L., Milwaukee, Wis. Antiglare device. 
1,587,144; June 1. 

Burk, Karl, Basel, Switzerland. Frame aerial for wire- 
less telegraphy and telephony. 1,602,566 ; Oct. 12. 

Burk, William W., and R. A. Fox, Forest, Ohio. Switch 
box. 1,605,168 ; Nov. 2. 

Burke, Arthur S., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Swing. Des. 
70,593 : July 20. 

Burke, Charles E., Los Angeles, Calif. Lens cleaner. 
1,602,333 ; Oct. 5. 

Burke, Charles E., and R. L. Kramer, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. 
Nitrated ester. 1,598,474 ; Aug. 31. 

Burke, Charles T., assignor of one-tenth to G. E. Wisner, 
twenty per cent to R. J. Miltoy, twenty per cent to 
W. J. Turner, and twenty per cent to R. M. Watson, 
Detroit, Mich. Nut-castellating machine. 1,603,743; 
Oct. 19. 

Burke, E. W. (See Ulrich, John, assignor.) 

Burke, Edward W., Rockville, Conn., "assignor to United 
States Envelope Company, Springfield. Mass. Two-com- 
partment envelope. 1,609.010 ; Nov. 30. 

Burke Electric Company. (See Burke, James, assignor.) 

Burke, Eugene I., et al. (See Howland, George A., as- 
signor.) 

Burke, Frank D. (See Schneider, A. E. R., and Burke.) 

Burke, Frank L., assignor of one-half to Indiana Lamp 
Corporation, Connersville, Ind., and one-half to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Headlamp reflec- 
tor. 1,568,652 ; Jan. 5. 

Burke, Henry P. (See Vetterlein, Henry M., assignor.) 

Burke, James, Erie, Pa., assignor to Burke Electric Com- 
pany. Current-collecting device. 1,594,150 ; July 27. 

Burke. James L., Weehawken, N. J. Package, wrapper 
therefor, and opening the same. 1,587,280 ; June 1. 

Burke, James P., assignor to J. R. English, Newark. 
N. J. Multiple worm gearing. 1,586.285 ; May 25. 

Burke, James P., assignor to J. R. English, Newark, N. J. 
Worm gearing. 1,611.630 ; Dec. 21. 

Burke, Lawrence A., and T. F. Littleton, Montello. Mass. 
Side lasting boots, shoes, and slippers. 1,575,813 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Burke, Mark P., Tulsa. Okla. Driving mechanism for 
oil-well rigs. 1,579,753 ; Apr. 6. 

Burke, Michael J., Dayton, Ohio. Vehicle. 1,595,990; 
A lie. 17. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Com- 
pany, Green Bay, Wis. Clutch-operating means. 

1.572.225 ; Feb. 9. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company, 
Green Bav. Wis. Clutch-operating mechanism. 

1.572.226 ; Feb. 9. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company. 
Green Bay, Wis. Clutch mechanism. 1,572,227 ; 
Feb. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company, 
Green Bay, Wis. Fairlead for dragline excavators. 
1.572,228 ; Feb. 9. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company, 
Green Bay, Wis. Power system. 1,572,229; Feb. 9. 

Burke, Paul, assignor to Northwest Engineering Company, 
Green Bay, Wis. Servo mechanism. 1,572,230 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Burke, Bichard T. A., Bridgeton, N. J. Shock-absorbing 
and snubbing device. 1,584,211 ; May 11. 

Burke, Robert F., Phoenixville, Pa. Feed-controlling ap- 
paratus for fluids. 1.578,010 ; Mar. 23. 

Burke. Stephen P., assignor to R. H. MeKee, New York, 
N. Y. Making methyl alcohol. 1,602,846 ; Oct. 12. 

Burke, Thomas J., New Orleans, La. Universal pipe 
joint. 1,605,507 ; Nov. 2. 

Burke, Walter E. (See McGrath, Edward A., assignor.) 

Burke, William, Lewiston, Minn. Sickle. 1,597,578 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Burke, William W., Linden, Tex. Windmill. 1,592,417 ; 
July 13. 

Burkeman, Axel H., Minneapolis, Minn. Car door. 
1,598,846 ; Sept. 7. 

Burket, Henry E., assignor of one-third to C. C. Ashton 
and one-third to A. Wagner, Chicago, 111. Transformer. 
1,603,313 ; Oct. 19. 

Burkett, Joseph S., Macon, Ga. Collapsible derrick. 
1,571,318; Feb. 2. 

Burkett, Philip. (See Home, Isaac L., assignor.) 

Burkey, Daniel, and A. K. Burtnett, Johnstown, Pa. 
Cigarette case. 1,587,468 ; June 1. 

Burkey, Ernest K., Cleveland, Ohio. Paper-hanging de- 
vice for ceilings. 1,584,273; May 11. 

Burkey, Roy H., Gap, Pa. Device for operating the 
plant hoeing members ef cultivators. 1,577,947 ; Mar. 
23. 

Burkevbile, Harley, Hillyard, Wash. Die wrench. 
1,582,572 ; Apr. 27. 

Burkhalter, John M., Canyon, Tex. Cultivator attach- 
ment. 1,605,705 ; Nov. 2. 

Burkhalter, John M.. Canyon, Tex. Cultivator attach- 
ment. 1,605,706; Nov. 2. 

Burkhard, Clement C, Massena, N. Y. Switch-box holder. 
1,601,291 ; Sept. 28. 

Burkhardt, Harry L., assignor to Ruckstell Sales & Manu- 
facturing Company, Berkeley, Calif. Planetary-gear 
mechanism. 1,586,944 ; June 1. 

Burkhart, Henrv A., Fitzgerald, Ga. Permutation lock. 
1,577,246; Mar. 16. 

Burkhart, Henry W., Knoxville, Tenn. Disk-harrow- 
transporting truck. 1,606,344; Nov. 9. 

Burkhart, Jacob, Elmhurst, Pa. Barrette. 1,586,025; 
May 25. 

Burkholder, John D. (See Bilger, Samuel B., assignor.) 

Burkholder, Lutie V., Los Angeles, Calif. Laced box. 
Rel6.509 ; Dec. 28. 

Burklev. Daniel, and A. R. Burtnett, Johnstown, Pa. 
Window ventilator. 1,598,552 ; Aug. 31. 

Burks, Arthur W., Decatur, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Deming Company, Salem, Ohio. 
Power-transmittinc mechanism. 1,588.009 : June 8. 

Burks. William L., Bellepoint, W. Va. Traversing hoist. 
1,599,456; Sept. 14. 

Burkwcst, Leonard G., Chicago, 111. Adjustable condens- 
er. 1,611,264 ; Dec. 21. 

Burky. Edward L., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor of one- 
fourth to H. B. Burky, Gloucester, N. J. Golf-bag 
support. 1.606,504 ; Nov. 9. 

Burkv. Uarlcigh B. (See Burky, Edward L., assignor.) 

Burlew, Gilderoy O., Newark, N. J. Tooth wedge. 
1,568,054; Jan. 5. 

Burlov, Wilson L., Crooksville, Ohio. Kiln for burning 
earthenware. 1,585,015: May 18. 

Burlin Co. (See Burlin, Leslie H., assignor.) 

Burlin, Leslie H., assignor to Burlin Co., Chicago, 111. 
Base lor a smoker's stand or similar article. Des. 

09.200 : .Inn. 12. 

Burlin. Leslie II., assignor to Burlin Co., Chicago, 111. 
Base for a smoker's stand or similar article. Des. 

60.201 ; Jan. 12. 

Burlin, Leslie H., assignor to Burlin Co., Chicago, 111. 
Tray top for a smoker's stand or similar article. Des. 

09.202 ; Jan. 12. 

Burlin, Leslie II., assignor to Burlin Co., Chicago, 111. 
Upright member for a lamp or similar article. 
Des. 69,251 ; Jan. 19. 

Burlin, Leslie II., assignor to Burlin Co., Chicago, 111. 
Lamp simile. 1.570.626; Mar. 16. 

Burlin. Leslie H., Chicago, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Chicago Hardware Foundry Company, North 
Chirnuo, 111. Stool standard. 1,605.920; Nov. 9. 

Burlingame, Fred E., Pawtueket, R. I., assignor to Attle- 
boro Braiding Co.. South Attleboro. Mass. Lacing- 
tipping machine. 1,592,442 ; July 18. 

Burlingame, George L., Chicago, 111. Child's toy vehicle. 
1,575.618; Mar. 9. 

Burlingham, James II.. Port Arthur, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company. Scraper for stills. 1,608,767; Nov. 30. 

Burlinghnm, William. Tenafly, R. L. Lovell, Cranford, 
N. .T.. and A. C. Denslow, assignors to Adams, Lovcll, 
P.urlingham, Inc.. New York. N. Y. Refrigerating ap- 
1, Hiatus. 1,582,633; Apr. 27. 



Burlock, Sophie, Chicago, 111. Fountain hairbrush. 
1,569,259 ; Jan. 12. 

Burmeister, Paul, Fulda, Minn. Motor radiator. 
1,598,048; Aug. 31. 

Burn, John F. (See Hill, Fred, assignor.) 

Burn, Walter S. (See Morison, D. B., and Burn.) 

Burnap Robert S., NewarK, N. J., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Incandescent lamp. 1,591,910 ; 
July 6. 

Burner, William L., Koppel, and O. E. Kantenwein, New 
Castle, assignors to Koppel Industrial Car and Equip- 
ment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Door for dump cars. 
1.603,511 ; Oct. 19. 

Burnes, Gertrude A., Portland, Oreg. Separator for milk 
and cream. 1,590,807 ; June 29. 

Burnett, Archibald, Jerome, Ariz. Combination oil and 
greasing device. 1 600,866 ; Sept. 21. 

Burnett, James M., Weston-by-Welland, and J. A. Fulll- 
love, Market Harborough, England. Accumulator 
plate. 1,585,760 ; May 25. 

Burnttt, Richard W., Chicago, 111. Pressure-retaining 
valve holder and pipe anchor. 1,590,733 ; June 29. 

Burnett, W. J. (See Montgomery, James W., assignor.) 

Burney, Charles D., Westminster, London, England. 
Construction of buildings, dwelling houses, and similar 
structures. 1,589,938 ; June 22. 

Burnham, Brancil R., Whitney, S. C. Stair structure. 
1,587,281 ; June 1. 

Burnham, Charles, Baltimore. Md. Machine for making 
metal box-rim strips. 1,593,864 ; July 27. 

Burnham, Charles, Washington, D. C. Box-making ma- 
chine. 1,601,236; Sept. 28. 

Burnham, Charles, Washington, D. C. Box-making ma- 
chine. 1,60S,693 : Nov. 30. 

Burnham, Charles H. M., Columbus, and S. A. Chadwell, 
Sugar Grove, Ohio. Apparatus for filling tanks. 
1,591,079 : July 6. 

Burnham Chemical Company. (See Burnham, George B., 
assignor.) 

Burnham Chemical Company. (See Gauger, A. W., and 
Storch, assignors.) 

Burnham. Clifford L., Chicago, 111. Safety locking de- 
vice for manhole covers. 1,585,372 ; May 18. 

Burnham, Elbridge P., New York, N. Y.. assignor to The 
Alvey-Ferguson Company, Oakley, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Heat-exchange apparatus. 1,602,808 ; Oct. 12. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Corpora- 
tion, Boston, Mass. Electrically-operated electric 
switch. 1,573,674 ; Feb. 16. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Condit Electric Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration, Boston, Mass. Circuit interrupter. 1,593,200 ; 
July 20. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Corpora- 
tion, Boston, Mass. Thermoresponsive device. 
1.597,719; Aug. 31. 

Burnham, George A., Saugus, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Condit Electrical Manufacturing Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Electrical apparatus. 1,599,644 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Burnham, George B., assignor to Burnham Chemical Com- 
pany, Reno, Nev. Apparatus for separating solids 
from a liquid. 1,584,166 ; May 11. 

Burnham, George B., assignor to Burnham Chemical Com- 
pany, Reno, Nev. Separating solids of different size 
or specific gravity. 1,589,680 ; June 22. 

Burnham, Harry S., Schenectady, N. Y. Locomotive. 
1.589,361 : June 22. 

Burnham, Harry S., Schenectady, N. Y. Locomotive. 
1,589,302: June 22. 

Burnham, Joseph L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Dynamo-electric machine. 
1,580.810; Apr. 13. 

Burnham, Locke H., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Stationary induction apparatus. 
1.580.811 ; Apr. 13. 

Burnham, Locke H., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electrical apparatus. 1,603.063 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Burnham, Raymond, Chicago, III. Display stand and con- 
tainer. 1.592,922; July 20. 

Burnham, William A., assignor to Lord & Burnham Com- 
pany, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. Sash-operating 
mechanism. 1,600.459: Dec. 7. 

Burns, Alfred A., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Garod Cor- 
poration, Newark, N. J. Neutralizing condenser. 
1,592.554 ; July 13. 

Burns, Dp Witt F. (See Tripp, Weaver W., assignor.) 

Burns, Edward C, assignor to J. E. Burns, Winona, 
Minn. Brake system. 1,568,497 ; Jan. 5. 

Burns, Elmer G., Los Angeles, Calif. Universal Joint. 
1,576,089; Mar. 9. 

Burns, Ernest G., assignor of one-half to S. J. Sinkoe, 
Atlanta. Ga. Surgical protective guard or shield. 
1 .VI0.077 ; June 22. 

jurns, Everett A., Chicago. 111. Curtain-supporting de- 
vice. 1.577.058; Mar. 16. 

Burns, George J., Youngstown, Ohio. Thermal gasify- 
ing manifold construction. 1,602,098 ; Oct. 5. 



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Burns, George J., Youngstown, Ohio, and J. E. Best, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. ; said Best assignor of the whole 
right to W. French, Cleveland, Ohio. Recovering and 
purifying waste gases and apparatus therefor. 
1,590,885; June 29. 

Burns, Grant, Dallas, Tex. Fishhook. 1,601,292 ; Sept. 28. 

Burns, Homer S. (See Lundy, W. T.. and Burns.) 

Burns, Howard E., Dallas, Tex. Incinerator. 1,579,642 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Burns, Jabez, & Sons, Inc. (See Kopf, Joseph L., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, James S. (See Le Petit, Charles J. M. M., as- 
signor.) 

Burns, John E. (See Burns, Edward C, assignor.) 

Burns, John S., New Orleans, La. Oil burner. 1.596,577 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Burns, Joseph, Lincoln, Nebr. Utilizing the water power 
of certain streams. 1,600,163 ; Sept. 14. 

Burns, Leonard S. (See Wilson, F. D., and Burns.) 

Burns, Martin, Kewanna, Ind. Hog ringer. 1,594,998 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Burns, Oscar, Troy, and P. Gischlar. assignors of one- 
third to M. E. Newhouse, Hamilton, Ohio. Shade- 
roller and curtain-pole bracket. 1,569,708 ; Jan. 12. 

Burns. Thomas J., Chicago, 111. Window screen. 
1.612,261; Dec. 28. 

Burns, Timothy, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Bethlehem 
Steel Company, Bethlehem, Pa. Regenerative furnace. 
1,570,992 ; Jan. 26. 

Burns, Wilford E., Burlingame, assignor to Western Can 
Co., San Francisco, Calif. Flange-rolling machine. 
1.594,657 ; Aug. 3. 

Burns, William. (See Wilke, F. L., and Burns.) 

Buron, Joseph N., Santa Barbara, Calif. Safetv stirrup. 
1,571,570 ; Feb. 2. 

Buroz, German, assignor of one-half to F. Caracciolo, 
Caracas, Venezuela, South America. Rail lubricator. 
1,590,078; June 22. 

Burpee Can Sealer Company, The. (See Burpee, Frank 
W., assignor.) 

Burpee, Frank W.. assignor to The Burpee Can Sealer 
Company, Chicago, 111. Machine for cutting green 
corn from the cob. 1,579,511 ; Apr. 6. 

Burpee, Frederick D. (See Mellor, James, assignor.) 

Burr, Harry M., Middletown, Conn. Drinking cup and 
other receptacle. 1,584.607 ; May 11. 

Burrage, Albert C. (See Heuser, Ralph V., assignor.) 

Burrage, Enoch H., Winston-Salem, N. C. Washing ma- 
chine. 1,569,709 ; Jan. 12. 

Burrage, George B., et al., trustees. (See Stephenson, 
Leigh J., assignor.) 

Burrall. John M., assignor to American Ring Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Automobile radiator cap. Des. 
71,172; Oct. 5. 

Burrell, Alexander, et'al. (See Richmond, Romulus R., 
assignor.) 

Burrell, D. H., & Co. (See Feldmeier, Harvey, assignor.) 

Burrell, D. H., & Co. Inc. (See Feldmeier, Harvey, as- 
signor.) 

Burrell, Edward P., Shaker Heights, and J. J. N. Van 
Hamersveld, assignors to The Warner and Swasey 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Way guard for machine 
tools. 1.575,735 ; Mar. 9. 

Burrell, Ellis, Chicago, 111., assignor to Drying Systems, 
Inc. Centrifugal oil burner. 1,606.142 ; Nov. 9. 

Burrell, George A. (See Oberfell, G. G., and Burrell.) 

Burrell, George A., New York, N. Y., G. G. Oberfell, 
Tulsa, Okla., and C. L. Voress, Bradford, Pa., assign- 
ors to Gasoline Recovery Corporation. Extracting 
vapors from gaseous mixtures. 1,595,683 ; Aug. 10. 

Burrell, Harold P., Nutley, N. J. Apparatus for storing 
motor vehicles or other articles. 1,584.212 ; May 11. 

Burrell, William C, Kankakee, 111. Parting strip for 
cement structures. 1,571,700 ; Feb. 2. 

Burright, Lewis C, McKittrick. Calif. Tubing drain. 
1,601,676: Sept. 28. 

Burrill. Walter S., et al. (See Walen, Ernest D., as- 
signor.) 

Burris. Barkley M.. Corsicana, Tex. Amusement wheel. 

1,599,075; Sept. 7. 
Burris, Clark E. (See Heath, J. C, and Burris.) 
Burris. Clark E., and J. C. Heath, Des Moines, Iowa. 

Game. 1.583,244; May 4. 
Burris, Millard D., Bloomfield, N. J. Combination match 

and cigarette holder. 1,570.038 ; Jan. 19. 
Burris, William P., Erie, 111. Veneer brick or tile. 

1,604.968: Nov. 2. 
Burrough. Willard L. (See Lorraine, David D., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See MuUer, 

Robert L., assignor.) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Rinsche, 

Frank C, assignor..) 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Wales, 

Charles, assignor.) 
Burroughs, John F., Baltimore, Md„ assignor to T. R. 

Goodlatte & Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table 

cover or analogous article. Des. 69,635 ; Mar. 9. 
Burroughs. John F., Baltimore. Md., assignor to T. R. 

Goodlatte & Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table 

cover or analogous article. Des. 69,636 ; Mar. 9. 
Burroughs, John F., Baltimore, Md., assignor to T. R. 

Goodlatte & Sons, Inc., Delawanna, N. J. Table 

cover or analogous article. Des. 69,637 ; Mar. 9. 



Burroughs, John F., Baltimore, Md., assignor to T. R. 
Goodlatte & Sons, Inc., Delawanna. N. J. Table 
cover or analogous article. Des. 69.638 ; Mar. 9. 

Burroughs, John J., Houston, Tex. Sash easing. 
1,611,994; Dec. 28. 

Burrow, George A. (See Burrow, James H. and G. A.) 

Burrow, James H., Spokane, Wash. Tire shield. 
1,5SS,936 ; June 15. 

Burrow, James H. and G. A., assignors to Burrow Manu- 
facturing Company, Spokane, Wash. Repair shield. 
Rel6,341 ; May 4. 

Burrow Manufacturing Company. (See Burrow, James 
H. and G. A., assignors, j 

Burrows, Allen, Los Angeles, Calif. Throttle control 
for automobiles. 1,569,612 ; Jan. 12. 

Burrows, Charles F., et al. (See Everett, James F., as- 
signor.) 

Burrows, Charles W., New York, N. Y., assignor to Bur- 
rows Magnetic Equipment Corporation, Jersey City, 
N. J. Testing magnetizable objects. 1.599,645 ; Sept. 14. 

Burrows, Eastman A., Chicago, 111., assignor to L. G. 
Copeman and E. W. Atwood, Flint, Mich. Refrigerat- 
ing apparatus. 1,585,016 ; May 18. 

Burrows, Frank A. (See Barty, T., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, George W., Houston, Tex. Waste receptacle. 
1.60G.291 ; Nov. 9. 

Burrows Magnetic Equipment Corporation. (See Burrows, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

Burrows, Robert W., Petaluma, Calif. Egg cushion 
1.611.411 : Dec. 21. 

Burrows, William J., St. Paul, Minn. Lead came for 
windows. Des. 71,132 ; Sept. 28. 

Burrus. Hugh C, and G. A. Torrence, Hot Springs, Va. 
Therapeutic globe. 1,607,721 ; Nov. 23. 

Burruss, Miller, Overbrook, Kans. Ignition timer brush. 
1,602,646; Oct. 12. 

Burson Knitting Company. (See Hinchliff, Ralph, as- 
signor.) 

Burson Knitting Company. (See Shatters, Tillie F., as- 
signor.) 

Burson Knitting Company. (See Ziock, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Burson. Preston V., Marysville, Ohio. Grader. 
1.575,814; Mar. 9. 

Burstyn, Samuel L., Austin, Tex. Face protector or 
shield. 1,582,164; Apr. 27. 

Burstyn, Walther, Berlin, Germany. Mechanical rectifier. 
1.600.08S; Sept. 14. 

Burt, Alfred N. (See Banks, P. W., and Burt.) 

Burt. Andrew B., Mill Vallev, Calif. Steering-wheel au- 
tomobile lock. 1.588.937 ; June 15. 

Burt, Arthur G., Baltimore, Md. Dog mat. 1,569,710 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Burt, Don H., assignor to The Willey Company, Incorpo- 
rated, Philadelphia, Pa. Driving and reversing mech- 
anism. 1,586,286 ; May 25. 

Burt, Lawrence G., Whittier, Calif. Mold. 1,597,761 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Burt. Townsend W., Hemstead, N. Y. Mandrel press. 
1,610,926 : Dec. 14. 

Burtis. William T.. Glen Head. N. Y. Cesspool. 
1,574,603; Feb. 23. 

Burtnett, Addison R. (See Burkey. D., and Burtnett.) 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,576,306; Mar. 9. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co.. Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,596,398; Aug. 17. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co.. Los Angeles. Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1.596.399 ; Aug. 17. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1.596,400; Aug. 17. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1.596,401 ; Aug. 17. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Internal-combustion engine. 
1,601,344; Sept. 28. 

Burtnett. Everett R., assignor to The Automotive Valves 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Fuel pump for internal-com- 
bustion engines. 1,601,345 ; Sept. 28. 

Burton, Arthur, Winslow, Ariz. Headlight-bulb shade. 
1,585,183; May 18. 

Burton, Charles L., Portland, Oreg. Motor vehicle. 
1.602,066 ; Oct. 5. 

Burton, Charles S.. Oak Park, assignor to Stewart- 
Warner Speedometer Corporation, Chicago, 111. Oil 
gun. 1,582,969 ; May 4. 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Burton, Oliver M., 
assignor.) 

Burton. Harry W., Taft, Calif. Electrio-motor-drlven 
butcher-block cleaner. 1,578,188 ; Mar. 23. 

Burton, Isaac F.. deceased : M. E. Burton, executrix, as- 
signor to Visualtone Company of America. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Phonograph-lid support. 1,595,500 ; Aug. 
10. 

Burton, Isadoer, Pittsburgh, Pa. Mining machine. 
1.583,572 : May 4. 

Burton, Jesse B. (See Candee, Z. P.. and Burton | 



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Burton, Jesse B., assignor to The Waterbury Barrel 

Foundry and Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. 

Stop mechanism. 1,605,425 ; Nov. 2. 
Burton, John S. (See Reuter, Harry W., assignor.) 
Burton, Manie E., executrix. (See Burton, Isaac F.) 
Burton, Louis B., assignor of one-sixteenth to C. C. Gray, 

Tulsa, Okla. Device for cementing the walls of wells. 

1,609,534 ; Dec. 7. 

Burton, Nelson S., Ardmore, Okla. Botary well drill. 
1,568,055 ; Jan. 5. 

Burton, Oliver M., assignor to Burton-Dixie Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Mattress. 1,579,074; Mar. 30. 

Burton-Page Company. (See Eskholme, J. W., Patter- 
son, and Johnson, assignors.) 

Burton, Paul C. (See Galloway, R. M., and Burton.) 

Burton, Paul C, assignor to The National Automatic 
Tool Company, Richmond, Ind. Automatic feed-engaging 
mechanism. 1,596,479 ; Aug. 17. 
Burton, Ralph B., Washington, D. C, assignor to J. W. 
Weeks, Secretary of War of the United States of 
America, trustee. Governor. 1,603,744 ; Oct. 19. 

Burton, Robert N. (See Dahl, Conrad, assignor.) 
Burton, Robert N., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Highway 
Trailer Company, Edgerton, Wis. Covered dump body. 
1,573,372 ; Feb. 16. 

Burwell, F. J. (See McGirr, William J., assignor.) 

Burwell, James B., Canton, Ohio. Valve. 1,569,455; 
Jan. 12. 

Burwell, Loring D., Minnetonka Mills, Minn., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Un- 
derfeed stoker. 1,601,717 ; Oct. 5. 

Burwell, Ray F., assignor of one-half to F. Theanders, 
Marion, Ind. Machine for setting crystals in bezels. 
1,593,013; July 20. 

Burwood Corporation, The. (See Gruber, Morris M., as- 
signor.) 

Bury, Edmund, Philadelphia, Pa. Grinding mill. 
1,606,505; Nov. 9. 

Busby, Homer C. (See Coates, Harry, assignor.) 

Busby, Junius E., Jackson, assignor of one-balf to B. 
R. Cooper, Covington, Ky. Rail anchor. 1,569,116 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Busch, Charles H., assignor to Simmons Company, Keno- 
sha, Wis. Knob mounting. 1,601,160 ; Sept. 28. 

Busch, Edward C, Belle Plaine, Minn. Cultivator-shovel- 
attaching means. 1,596,801 ; Aug. 17. 

Busch, Herman F., Millvale. assignor to Armstrong Cork 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Stopper or cork and mak- 
ing the same. 1,604,803; Oct. 26. 

Busch, Herman F., Millvale, assignor to Armstrong Cork 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Textile roll. 1,582,508; 
Apr. 27. 

Busch, Herman F., Millvale, assignor to Armstrong Cork 
Company Pittsburgh, Pa. Stopper. 1,591,654 ; July 6. 

Busch, Kasimir, Chicago, 111. Emergency wheel and 
nonskidding device. 1,576,570 ; Mar. 16. 

Busch, Robert H., Columbus, Ga. Collar supporter. 
1591.918; Julv 6. 

Busch-Sulzer Bros. -Diesel Engine Company. (See Rotter, 
Max, assignor.) 

Busch-Sulzer Bros. -Diesel Engine Company. (See Schen- 
ker, Walter, assignor.) 

Buscham, C. A., Mfg. Co. (See Buscham, Christian A., 
assignor.) 

Buscham, Christian A., assignor to C. A. Buscham Mfg. 
Co., Irvington, N. J. Vanity box of watchcase type. 
1,592.022 ; July 13. 

Buscham, Christian A., assignor to C. A. Buscham Mfg. 
Co., Irvington, N. J. Vanity case of watchcase type. 
1.592,623; July 13. 

Buscham, Christian A., assignor to C. A. Buscham Mfg. 
Co., Irvington, N. J. Vanity compact. 1,592,624; 
July 13. 

Buscholl, William H., assignor of one-fourth to J. D. 
Eastman, Indianapolis, Ind. Mending rubber articles. 
1,573,089 : Fob. !(!. 

BUsching, Willi, Halle, Germany. Concentrating nitric 
acid in a column. 1,590.494: Juno •_'!>. 

Buschman, Sol L., assignor to Metal-Package Corporation 
of New York, N. Y. Closure for containers. 1,592,819; 
July 20. 

Buschmann, Theodor E., and C. E. A. Clans, Choniintz, 
assignors to Wanderer Werke, vorm, Winklhofrr & 
Jaenlcke, A. G., Schonnu, near CnemlntZ, Germany. 
Typewriting and calculating machine, 1,585,530; 
May 18. 

Buser, Harry ('., Ncwburgh, N. Y. Flange-pln-retaining 
clip. 1.010,743; Dec. 14. 

Busfield, James L. (See Beaublen, D., and Busficld.) 

Bush, A. G. (See Wullis. Henry E., assignor.) 

Bush. Alden J„ Columbus, Ohio. Door holder. 1,573,512; 
Feb. 16. 

Push, Arthur. (See Shonnard, IT. W., and Bush.) 

Bush, Arthur G. (Sec Daniel. Archie L„ assignor.) 

Bush, Bert D. (See Conover, W. E.. and Bush.) 

Bush, George G., assignor to The New Departure Manu- 
facturing Company, Bristol, Conn. Gauge. 1,000,089; 
Sept. 14. 

Bush. John J., Davton, Ohio. Foldable tent. 1,574,339; 
I'd.. 23. 



Bush, Le Grand C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to In- 
ternational Time Recording Company of New York, 
Endicott, N. Y. Recording door lock. 1,611,579 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bush, Samuel P., assignor to The Buckeye Steel Castings 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Car-coupling device. 
1,599,038 ; Sept. 7. 

Bushee, Joseph F., Jersey City, N. J. Smoking pipe. 
1,591,741; July 6. 

Bushman, Gustav F., Salt Lake City, Utah. Display case. 
1,581,171; Apr. 20. 

Bushmiller, George J., Los Angeles, Calif. Massaging 
and exercising apparatus. 1,593,014 ; July 20. 

Bushnell, Charles H., San Francisco, Calif. Adjustable 
fuel-injection valve. 1,605,522 ; Nov. 2. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Train control. 
1.578,876 ; Mar. 30. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Automatic 
train-control track element. 1,580,465 ; Apr. 13. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Train- 
control communicating element. 1,580,466 ; Apr. 13. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Sig- 
nal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Train control. 
1,580,467 ; Apr. 13. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Speed-control sys- 
tem. 1,584,274; May 11. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Train control. 
1,592,771 ; July 13. 

Bushnell, Charles S.. Rochester, assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Train control. 
1,593,552 ; July 20. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Train control. 
1,601,426; Sept. 28. 

Bushnell, Charles S., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Continuous inductive train 
control. 1,601,427 ; Sept. 28. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Automatic train- 
control system. 1,605,523 ; Nov. 2. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. System of train- 
speed control. 1,605,524 ; Nov. 2. 

Bushnell, Charles S., Rochester, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Gates, N. Y. Train-control sys- 
tem for railroads. 1,605,525; Nov. 2. 

Bushnell, John B., assignor to Bushnell Manufacturing 
Co. Inc., Berkeley, Calif. Die-casting machine. 
1,569,851 ; Jan. 19. 

Bushnell, John B., Berkeley, assignor to N. R. and 
M. C. Harris, San Francisco, Calif., copartners, doing 
business under the firm name of Harris Electric Com- 
pany. Automobile lightiug system. 1,575,538 ; Mar. 2. 

Bushnell, John B., Berkeley, assignor to N. R. 
and M. C. Harris, copartners doing business as Harris 
Electric Company, San Francisco, Calif. Dynamo- 
electric machine. 1,577,948; Mar. 2:;. 

Bushnell, John B. assignor to Barry-Macbeth Sales Com- 
pany, Berkeley, Calif. Radiator cap. 1,591,510 ; 
July 0. 

Bushnell, John B., Berkeley, assignor to C. C. Payne and 
E. L. Hubbard, Oakland, Calif. Electrical connecter. 
1.G00.506; Nov. 9. 

Byshncll Manufacturing Co. (See Bushnell, John B., as- 
signor.) 

Bushong, Frank L.. Charles Town, W. Va. Rodent de- 
stroyer. 1,579,512; Apr. 6. 

Bushong, Ivan C. Ottawa, Kans. Steel pole and making 
the same. 1,594,658 ; Aug. :;. 

Bushyager, Lee R., Jeannettc, Pa. Fan and propeller. 
1.611,717 : Dec. 21. 

Busick, Clifton H.. Goodell, Iowa. Valve-spring lifter. 
1,592,177: July 13. 

Buss, Harry H., Merrill, Wis. Utility tool for automobiles. 
1,577.687; Mar. 23. 

Buss, William D., assignor to The Hammond Manufac- 
turing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Polishing or like 
machine. 1,595.287 ; Aug. 10. 
Bussard, Grover I)., Littleton, Colo. Valve-spring com- 
pressor. 1,570,039; Jan. 19. 

Bussard, John A., Rock Island, 111. Wheel aligner for 

automobiles. 1.589.048 ; June 15. 
Busse, Hans, Hanau-on-the-Main, Germany. Transformer 
for mercury vapour lamps. 1.588.571: June is. 

Busse. Reginald W., Shebovgan, Wis. Cushion-stuffing 
machine. 1.570,432; Jan. 19. 

Bussey, Lewis M., assignor to Crown Iron Works Com- 
pany, • Minneapolis, Minn. Metal animal pen. 
1,693,015; July 20. 
ISussinger. Charles C, Modesto, Calif. Hoisting device. 
1.571, 7S9 ; Feb. 2. 

Bussmann, Frank IT., assignor to Bussmann Manufac- 
turing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Portable lamp. Des. 
69,685; Mar. 10. 

Bussmann, Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Electric fuse. 

l.. r >sr..G46; May 25. 
Bussmann. Henry T., St. Louis, Mo. Electric fuse. 
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Bussmann Manufacturing Company. (See Bussmann, 
Frank H., assignor.) 

Bustniuante, Cesar, assignor to Super Production Ma- 
chinery Corporation, New York, N. T. Match-book ma- 
chine. 1.5S7.755 : June 8. 

Buswell, Charles K., North Ahington, Mass., assignor 
to Anti-Friction Shafting Bearing Company, Portland, 
Me. Ball bearing. 1,583,914 ; May 11. 

Buswell, Eugene, assignor to Iowa Gate Company, Cedar 
Falls, Iowa. Farrow rail. 1,596,075; Aug. 17. 

Buswell, William C., Baltimore, Md. Garden implement. 
1,591. '274; July 6. 

Butchart, Cuthbert S., Bye, N. Y. Golf club. 1,589,363 ; 
June 22. 

Butchart, Cuthbert S., Rye, N. Y. Golf-club shaft. 
1.598,049; Aug. 31. 

Butchart, Cuthbert S., Rye, N. Y. Golf-club head. 
1,59S,050 ; Aug. 31. 

Butcher, John H., Rugby, and A. P. Young, Kenilworth, 
England, assignors to General Electric Company. Tele- 
phone head set. 1,568,721 ; Jan. 5. 

Butler, Arthur C, Boston, Mass. Drawing mechanism. 
1,586,605 ; June 1. 

Butler, Arthur I/:, Somerville, Mass. Rail support. 
1,592,077 ; July 13. 

Butler, Charles A., Okmulgee, Okla. Well-casing ele- 
vator. 1,598,709 ; Sept. 7. 

Butler, Charles H., Oakland, Calif. Street-cleaning ma- 
chine. 1,610.119; Dec. 7. 

Butler, Charles H., assignor to The Sweets Company of 
America, Inc., New York, N. Y. Making candy. 
1,592,418 ; July 13. 

Butler, Charles J. (See Kirby, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Butler, Charles R. (See Trout, W. A., and Butler.) 

Butler, Clyde G., Dayton, Ohio. Lubricating apparatus. 
1,593,791 ; July 27. 

Butler. Clyde G., Dayton, Ohio. Grease-gun connection. 
1,597,952 ; Aug. 31. 

Butler, Gay H., Atlanta, Ga. Steam drier. 1,596,802; 
Aug. 17. 

Butler, George E., Valley Falls, assignor to Brown & 
Sharpe Mfg. Company, Providence, R. I. Hair clippers 
and the like. 1,609.535; Dec. 7. 

Butler, George P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Postindex Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Leaf-holding 
device. 1,011.333 ; Dec. 21. 

Butler, Harry G., and A. F. Teichman, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
and E. Carr. Ludlow, Ky. Concrete mixer. 1,568,653 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Butler, Harry W.. Minneapolis. Minn., assignor of one-half 
to P. J. F.' Batenlmrg, Racine, Wis. Hvdioearbon mixer. 
1,602,390; Oct. 12. 

Butler, Henry A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Carpenter's 
gauge and scale. 1,577,104 ; Mar. 16. 

Butler. Henry E. (See Betts, George M., assignor.) 

Butler, Henry E. (See Diggs, Dudley M., assignor.) 

Butler, Henry E., assignor of one-half to D. M. Diggs, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Paper clip or fastener. 1,577,949 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Butler. Henry E., assignor of one-half to G. M. Betts, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Combination receptacle. 1,607,864 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Butler. Henry E.. assignor of one-half to G. M. Betts, 
Schenectady, N. Y. Food receptacle. 1,607,865 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Butler, Henry G., Houston, Tex. Method of and appa 
ratus for burning ballast. 1,571.701 ; Feb. 2 

Butler, Jay H., Newark, Ohio. Vehicle control. 1,597,342 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Butler, Jessie J., Hominy, Okla. Combined section 
coupling and standing-valve-attaching means for oil- 
well casings. 1,577.950 ; Mar. 23. 

Butler. John W., Minneapolis, Minn. Casement-window 
holder. 1.5S1.172 : Apr. 20. 

Butler, John W., assignor to United States Gypsum Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Laying glass sheets on work- 
tables for grinding and polishing. 1,589,787 ; June 22. 

Butler, Lloyd W., Des Moines, Iowa. Tool for remov- 
ing battery terminals. 1,579,857 ; Apr, 6. 

Butler, Mark M., Los Angeles, Calif. Device for spread- 
ing asphaltic concrete. 1,581,784 ; Apr. 20. 

Butler, Mark M.. Los Angeles, Calif. Rock-spreading ma- 
chine. 1,605,094 ; Nov. 2. 

Butler, Matthew J., and E. A. Johnson. Joliet, 111. Com- 
bined sight gauge and thermometer. 1,570,938 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Butler. Morgan R.. Waukesha, Wis. Material-handling 
equipment. 1.606.507 ; Nov. 9. 

Butler, Nathan C., Cleveland, Ohio. Fuse plug. 
1,571,702 : Feb. 2. 

Butler, Nathan C, Cleveland, Ohio. Fuse plug. 
1,595,852: Aug. 10. 

Butler, Nathan C, Cleveland Heights, assignor of one- 
third to F. L. Sessions, Lakewood, and one-third to R. 
B. Wolcott, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Attachment Dlug. 
1,601,904 ; Oct. 5. 
Butler. Obadiah. Killinglv. Conn. Treating metal frie- 

tional surfaces. 1,610.927 ; Dec. 14. 
Butler, Reginald J., Stretford, Manchester. England, as- 
signor to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Motor-control system. 1,584,608; Mav 11. 



Butler, Robert S., assignor of one-half to C. B. Rogers, 
Joplin, Mo. Mechanical movement. 1,598,553 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Butler, Rostus, Clinton, N. C. Package display and vend- 
ing machine. 1,592,720 ; July 13. 

Butler, Roy R., et al. (See Rapp, Wm. M., assignor.) 

Butler, Silas E., Toledo, Ohio. Carton. 1,595,340; 
Aug. 10. 

Butler, Thomas H., Bristol, H. W. Robinson, Cleobury 
Mortimer, and D. W. Parkes, Birmingham, England. 
Production of fuel mixtures. 1,583,573 ; May 4. 

Butler, Thomas J., Columbus, Ohio. Heel-bone support. 
1.597,141; Aug. 24. 

Butler, Thomas J., Harrison, N. J. Gun. 1,611,814 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Butler, William A., and G. F. King, Agate, Colo. Engine. 
1,601,995 : Oct. 5. 

Butler, William F., Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Automatic sheet- 
feeding device. 1,572.640 ; Feb. 9. 

Butner, William R., Yerington, Nev. Hay buncher. 
1,603,190; Oct. 12. 

Butt, Edna M., Williamsport, Ind. Collapsible support 
for tables, seats, shelves, and the like. 1,576,034 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Butt, William P., assignor of one-half to E. J. Brick- 
house, Norfolk, Va. Switch for automobile horns. 
1.611.995 ; Dec. 28. 

Butterfield, Andrew E., La Crosse, Wis. Chimney cover. 
1.594,351 ; Aug. 3. 

Butterfield, Charles. (See Blackford, R. E., and Butter- 
field.) 

Butterfield, Daniel J., Los Angeles, Calif. Vending ma- 
chine. 1,604,804 ; Oct. 26. 

Butterfield, Frank E., assignor of one-half to C. Selchert, 
St. Paul, Minn. Washing-machine cylinder. 1,594,043 ; 
July 27. 

Butterfield, Fred, & Co. (See Vandergaw, E. B., and 
Heinrich, assignors.) 

Butterfield, Gordon B., et al. (See Tull, W. C, and Bris- 
tol, assignors.) 

Butterfield, John C, Belmond, Iowa. Traffic signal. 
1,601,428; Sept. 28. 

Butterfield, John E. C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cal- 
culating apparatus. 1,598,600 ; Sept. 7. 

Butterfield, John E. C, Toronto, Ontario. Canada. Cal- 
culating apparatus. 1,600,214 ; Sept. 21. 

Butterfield, Joseph T., Hawthorne, N. J., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Protective device. 1,606,143 ; Nov. 9. 

Butterick Publishing Company, The. (See Cook, Frank 
A., assignor. > 

Butterworth, Charles A., McComb, Miss. Antiballoon 
device for cotton-spinning machines. 1,606,056 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Butterworth, H. H.. & Sons Company. (See Butterworth, 
Harry W., jr., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W.. & Sons Company. (See .Bell, 
William E. H., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Brown, 
William W., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Elliott, 
Charles H., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Rowley, W. 
S., and Butterworth, assignors. 1 

Butterworth, Harry W., jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor 
to H. H. Butterworth & Sons Company. Calender. 
1,575,539 ; Mar. 2. 

Butterworth, Harry W., jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
H. W. Butterworth & Sons Company. Tentering ma- 
chine. 1,587,896 ; June 8. 

Butterworth, James W. (See Rowley, W. S., and Butter- 
worth.) 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Lansing, Mich. Carpet-secur- 
ing device. 1,592,923 ; July 20. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Lansing, Mich. Auxiliary re- 
enforcement for reenforced concrete construction. 
1,595.222 : Aug. 10. 

Buttery, Arthur R. (See Woodward, F. W., and But- 
tery.) 

Buttery, Mabel A. (See Woodward, F. W., and Buttery, 
assignors.) 

Butticaz, Eugene, Corcelles, Switzerland. Electrical 
clockwork. 1.585,079 ; May 18. 

Buttler, Allen J., Los Angeles, Calif. Flying machine. 
1,600,091; Sept. 14. 

Buttles, William S., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for molding articles under high pressure. 
1,609,460 ; Dec. 7. 

Buttner, William C, assignor to The Bastian-Blessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Burner. 1,600,712; Sept. 21. 

Buttner, William C, assignor to The Bastian-Blessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Torch. 1.600,713 ; Sept. 21. 
Buttolph, Leroy J., East Orange, assignor to Cooper 
Hewitt Electric Company, Hoboken, N. J. Starting 
apparatus for vapor lamps. 1,591,112; July 6. 
Buttolph, Lerov J., East Orange, assignor to Cooper 
Hewitt Electric Company, Hoboken N. J. Method and 
apparatus for electric welding. 1,591,113 ; July 6. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Buttolph, Leroy J., East Orange, assignor to Cooper- 
Hewitt Electric Company, HoDoken, N. J. Mercury- 
vapor lamp and rectifier-starting apparatus. 1,607,237 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Button Attaching Machine Company. (See Ross, Fred- 
erick N., assignor.) 

Button Attaching Machine Co., The. (See Boss, F. N., 
and Lethco, assignors.) 

Button Attaching Machine Company of Waterbury, Con- 
necticut. (See Ross, Frederick N., assignor.) 

Button, George W., Corporation. (See Sierad, Milton 
and A. E., assignors.) 

Buttress, George A., assignor to Buttress Gypsum Tile 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Mechanism for manu- 
facturing hollow blocks. 1,608,768 ; Nov. 30. 

Buttress, George A., assignor to Buttress Gypsum Tile 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Mold box. 1,608,769 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Buttress, George A. and C. F. Craig, assignors to R. 
Goodcell, Los Angeles, Calif. Composition board. 
1,568,314 ; Jan. 5. 

Buttress Gypsum Tile Company. (See Buttress, George 
A., assignor.) 

Buttress, Joseph A., South Pasadena, Calif. Wall-board 
lath. 1,569,947; Jan. 19. 

Buttrick, Charles W., Springfield. 111. Motor for railway- 
gate equipment. 1,606,985 ; Nov. 16. 

Buttweiler. John It., Melrose, Minn. Snow paddle. 
1,601,718; Oct. 5. 

Butusov, Emil P., assignor of one-half to D. Lewy, Chi- 
cago, 111. Elevator-signaling system. 1,581,383 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Butz, Walter D., Norristown, Pa. Knitting machine. 
1,600,090; Sept. 14. 

Butz, William, assignor to Budd Wheel Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Metal-cutting tool. 1,568,056 ; Jan. 5. 

Butzbach, Otto, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Invincible 
Blow Pipe Co. Drier. 1.571,703 ; Feb. 2. 

Buvinger, George A. (See Kettering, C. F., and 
Buvinger.) 

Buvinger, George A., and C. Warner, assignors to Delco- 
Liglit Company, Dayton, Ohio. Pumping apparatus. 
1,611,159: Dec. 21. 

Buvinger, George A., C. Warner, and J. A. Smith, as- 
signors to Delco-Light Company, Dayton, Ohio. Pump- 
ing apparatus. 1,572,231 ; Feb. 9. 

Buxbaum, Joseph, New York, N. T. Window screen. 
1,610,036; Dec. 7. 

Buxton Incorporated. (See Buxton, Warner R., as- 
signor.) 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Cave, Henry, assignor.) 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Reiter, Daniel I., assignor.) 

Buxton, Incorporated. (See Ross, Walter C, assignor.) 

Buxton & Skinner Printing and Stationery Company. 
(See Hermann, Otto L.. assignor.) 

Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton In- 
corporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 1,5S8.010 ; 
June 8. 

Buxton, Warner R., Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton, 
Incorporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 1,609,011 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Buxton. Warner R., Longmeadow, assignor to Buxton, 
Incorporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 1,609,012 ; 
Nov. 30 

Buys, Orville. Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric meter construc- 
tion. 1,606,345; Nov. 9. 

Buzby, Walter E., Wichita Falls, Tex. Take-down 
sling. 1,571,997; Feb. 9. 

Buzza, George E., Minneapolis, Minn. Parchment motto 
and greeting card and making the same. 1,572, ISO ; 
Feb. 9. 

Buzzaird, Raleigh B., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Parioc Service Corporation, New York, N. Y. Coin- 
controlled lock. 1,601,905 : Oct. 5. 

Byberg, Jonas J.. Silverton, Oreg. Back rest for bleacher 
seals. 1.610.350; Dec. 14. 

Byck, Lawrence C, Tottenville, assignor to Bakelite Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Potentially reactive liquid 
coating composition. 1,590,079 ; June 22. 

Byer, Henry E., Sausalito, Calif., assignor to Chicago 
Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Condenser. 
1,581,098 ; Apr. 20. 

Byer. Solomon. (See Moore, R. A., and Byer.) 

Byerlein, Arthur A., assignor to The Toledo Machine 
and Tool Company, Toledo, Ohio. Metal stamping 
and drawing press. 1,580,581 ; Apr. 13. 

Byerley, Josiah H., Riverside, Calif. Envelope-sealing 
machine. 1,582,248 ; Apr. 27. 

Byerly, William F., Beaumont, Tex. Well strainer. 
1.604,386; Oct. 26. 

Byers, James L., and R. S. Mitchem, Alexander City, 
Ala. Humidifying finisher laps of cotton. 1,596,715; 
Aug. 17. 

Byers, Ora M. (See Kurtz, C. W. ( Byers, Schmertz, and 
Gessner.) 

Byles, Frank A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit controller. 1,593,386 ; 
July 20. 

Byllesby Engineering and Management Corporation. (See 
Fisher, II. H., and Rlttenhouse, assignors.) 

Bytd, Anthony A. A., London, England, Monolithic 
concrete building construction. 1.607,114 ; Nov. 16. 



Byrd, Arthur E., assignor to Phoenix Hosiery Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. Yarn guide. 1,578,710 ; Mar. 30. 
Byrd, Britton E., assignor to Mill Devices Company, 

Durham, N. C. Knotter device. 1,572,181 ; Feb. 9. 
Byrd, Britton E., assignor to Mill Devices Company, 

Durham, N. C. Knotter device. 1,572,182 ; Feb. 9. 
Byrne, Carolyn E., Lawrence, Mass. Hair curler. 

1,575,540; Mar. 2. 
Byrne, Charles F., Janesville, Wis., assignor to General 

Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Tractor hitch. 

1,571,319 ; Feb. 2. 
Byrne, Edmund J., London, England. Golf-ball tee. 

1,572,105 ; Feb. 9. 
Byrne, George T., Seattle, Wash. Sharpening composi- 
tion. 1,609,907 ; Dec. 7. 
Byrne, Henry H. (See Meissner, A. R., and Byrne.) 
Byrne Manufacturing Company, The. (See Runser, 

Fredrick J., assignor.) 
Byrne, William L., and H. A. Beesley, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Knockdown cabinet. 1,569,832; Jan. 12. 
Byrnes, Clarence P., trustee. (See James, Joseph H., 

assignor.) 
Byrnes, Clarence P., Sewickley, Pa. Lining for furnaces 

and the like. 1,593,566; July 27. 
Byrnes, Clarence P., Sewickley, Pa. Glass shaping or 

feeding. 1,593,567 ; July 27. 
Byrnes, Clarence P., Sewickley, Pa. Manufacture of sheet 

and wire glass. 1,597,953 ; Aug. 31. 
Byron Jackson Pump Mfg. Co. (See Keating, John B., 

assignor.) 
Byron, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Freemau- 

Daughaday Co., Chartley, Mass., doing business as Provi- 
dence Collar Button Company, Providence, R. I. Cuft 

button. 1,573,477; Feb. 16. 
Byron, Thomas F., Chicago, 111. Curtain rod. 

1,569,456; Jan. 12. 
Bywater, Norbert W., Louisville, Ky. Side inclosure for 

automobiles. 1,578.641 ; Mar. 30. 
C. and C. Developing Company. (See Cherry, Louis B., 

assignor.) 
C & C Developing Company. (See Rowland, Herbert R., 

assignor.) 

C & E Sales Corporation. (See Layman, H. B., and 
Thurman, assignors.) 

C. G. Sprang & Bumper Company, The. (See Brock, 
Harold, assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Dunston, 
Wayne E., assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Girl, Chris- 
tian, assignor.) 

C. G. Spring & Bumper Company, The. (See Jandus, 
Herbert S., assignor.) 

C-S Engineering Company. (See Schellens, E. L., and 
Coflin, assignors.) 

C.-W. Engineering Company Limited. (See Moore, 
Mathew S., assignor.) 

Cabana. Charles, Buffalo, N. Y. Polishing mop. 
1,G00,714; Sept. 21. 

Cabaniss, Royston, Atlanta, Ga. Window construction. 
1.568.S74; Jan. 5. 

Cabella, Emile, New York. N. Y. Gauge for platen 
printing presses. 1,610,357 ; Dec. 14. 

Cable Company, The. (See Johanson, Tbure A., assignor.) 

Cable Company, The. (See Johanson, T. A., and Socin, 
assignors.) 

Cable, Julius L„ Boston, Mass. Folding chair. 
1,571,538: Feb. 2. 

Cable, Julius L., Boston, Mass. Upholstery support. 
1,597,012; Aug. 24. 

Cable, Julius L., Boston, Mass. Cushion support. 
1.610.928; Dec. 14. 

Cable, William S. (See Dales, B„ and Cable.) 

Cabot, Deane A., Boston, Mass. Drilling machine. 
1.611.334 ; Dec. 21. 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc. (See Abbott, Charles M., assignor.) 

Cabot. Sewall. Brookline, Mass. Radio receiving system. 
1,608,5S0; Nov. 30. 

Caccia. Pio, New York, N. Y. Direct blue disazo dye- 
stuff. 1,009,793 ; Dec. 7. 

Cadden, Charles C, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
arranging looped articles. 1,578,392 ; Mar. 30. 

Cadden, Charles C, Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Winding form 
for radio apparatus. 1,607,815 ; Nov. 23. 

Cadden, Charles C. and H. Dowhiist, Akron, Ohio, as- 
signors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, 
N. Y. Winding form for radio apparatus. 1,590,282 ; 
June 29. 

Cadden, Charles C, Akron, and L. L. Lantzer and B. A. 
Evans, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignors to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for arranging looped articles. 1,578,393 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Cade, Arthur R., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide and 
Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Ethylating amines. 
1,570.203; Jan. 19. 

Cadenel, Louis, Paris, France. Electric safety combina- 
tion lock. 1,573,802; Feb. 23. 

Cadgene, Ernest, Englewood Cliffs, and G. Dupont, Pater- 
son, N. J. Method and machine for decorating fab- 
rics. 1,574,063; Feb. 23. 



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Cadienx, Marie L., Charlestown, Mass. Nonskid traction 

shoe. 1,578,071 ; Mar. 23. 
Cadoret, Louis A., Pawtucket, R. I. All-metal bobbin. 

1,569,711; Jan. 12. 
Cadoret, Louis A., Pawtucket, E. I. Shuttle threader. 

1,560,712 ; Jan. 12. 
Cadwallader, Dick, et al. (See Fuge, Frank E., as- 
signor.) , 
Cadwell, Charles A., assignor to The Electric Railway 

Improvement Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacture 

of rail bonds. 1,573,219 ; Feb. 16. 
Cadwell, Sidney M., Leonia, N. J., assignor to The Nauga- 

tuck Chemical Company, Naugatuck, Conn. Treatment 

of rubber with aliphatic diamines and their derivatives, 

and products obtained thereby. 1,592,820; July 20. 
Cadv, John C., Brooklyn, N. Y. Smoking device. 

1.591,742; July 6. 
Cadv, Walter H. (See Heppes, O. A., and Cady.) 
Cady, Walter H., Boston, Mass., assignor to Flintkote 

Company. Machine for coating and surfacing prepared 

roofing. 1,599,512 ; Sept. 14. 
Cady, William M., Edgewood, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Auto- 
motive brake. 1,571,184; Feb. 2. 
Caesar, Frank J., La Grange, assignor to B. Williamson 

& Co., Chicago, 111. Candle cup. Des. 69,488 ; Feb. 23. 
Caesar, Frank J., La Grange, assignor to R. Williamson 

& Co., Chicago, 111. Ball-lamp adapter. Des. 69,489 ; 

Feb. 23. 
Caesar, Frank J.. La Grange, assignor to R. Williamson & 

Co., Chicago, 111. Canopy for lighting fixtures. Des. 

69,490; Feb. 23. 
Caesar, Frank J., La Grange, assignor to R. Williamson 

& Co., Chicago, 111. Canopy for lighting fixtures. Des. 

69,491 ; Feb. 23. 
Cafferata, Domenico L. H., Rotterdam, Netherlands. 

Fuel pump for internal-combustion engines. 1,610,997 ; 

Dec. 14. 
Cafiero, Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cable support. 

1,576,947 ; Mar. 16. 
Cafmeyer, Oscar A. Detroit, Mich. Sled. 1,592,555 ; 

July 13. 
Cage, John M., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to H. Andresen, Christiania, Norway, 

and O. O. Howard, Rockport, Mass. Internal-combus- 
tion engine. 1,575,541 ; Mar. 2. 
Cage, John M., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to H. Andersen, Christiania, Norway, and 

O. O. Howard, Bockport, Mass. Sleeve-valve engine. 

1,575,542; Mar. 2. 
Cage, John M., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to H. Andresen, Christiana, Norway, and 

O. O. Howard, Rockport, Mass. Internal-combustion 

engine. 1,600,795 ; Sept. 21. 
Cagley, Walter A., Kingsley, Iowa. Cream or milk can 

harness for automobiles. 1,594,044 ; July 27. 
Cahill, George F., New York, N. Y. Bowling alley and 

bowling apparatus. 1,569,260; Jan. 12. 
Cahill, Simon, jr., New Orleans, La. Meter-sealing means. 

1.603.580; Oct. 19. 
Cahill, Thomas J., Philadelphia. Pa. Aeroplane landing 

and arresting apparatus. 1,607,238 ; Nov. 16. 
Cahn, Bernard, Sacramento, Calif. Dress and suit folder. 

1,572,703 ; Feb. 9. 
Cahoon, Joseph C. (See Crosby, Frank B., assignor.) 
Cahoone, George H., Company. (See Wacha, John C., 

assignor.) 
Cahusac, Clarence N., Newark, N. J. Smoker's novelty 

ash tray. 1.570.610 ; Jan. 26. 
Caillard, Leon, Levallois-Perret, France. Insulation of 

accumulator plates of different polarities. 1,586,406 ; 

May 25. 
Caille, Arthur J., and T. L. Smith, Detroit, Mich. Marine 

motor. 1.5S6.517 ; June I. 
Cailloux, John F., H. M. Myracle, and B. F. Conaghan. as- 
signors to American Iron & Machine Works, Inc., Ton- 

kawa, Okla. Overshot. 1,592,337 ; July 13. 
Cailloux, Leon L. and L., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 

Composition for the making of hygienic, nouslipping, 

and nonsonorous floorings. 1,587,938 ; June 8. 
Cailloux. Louis. (See Cailloux, Leon L. and L.) 
Cain, Ira L., Wichita Falls, Tex. Finger ring. 

1,586,606; June 1. 
Cain, Jesse A., Bend, Oreg., assignor to Beet Machinery 

Companv, Walla Walla, Wash. Automatic blocking 

hoe. 1,569.070; Jan. 12. 
Cain, John R., Washington, D. C. Corrosion-resistant 

article and making the same. 1,608,694 ; Nov. 30. 
Cain, John W., Wilmont, assignor to E. J. Smith and 

E. E. Smith, Canton, Ohio. Motor fuel. 1,610,998 

Dec. 14. 
Caine, William P., Ensley, Ala. Grease cup. 1,611,996 

Dec. 28. 
Cairns, Claude F., assignor to Acme Apparatus Company 

Cambridge, Mass. Combined rheostat and potentiom 

eter. 1,581,676: Apr. 20. 
Cairns, Edward, Montclair, N. J. Headgear. 1,575,251 

Mar. 2. 
Caiar, Hermann, Vienna. Austria. Manufacture of print- 
ing colors or ink. 1,576,408 ; Mar. 9. 
Calabrese, John, Weston, W. Va. Doorlock. 1.594.450 ; 

Aug. 3. 



Calahan, John, Lebanon, Ind. Adjustable drilling bit 
1,569,262; Jan. 12. 

Cako Chemical Company, The. (See Beardsley, A. P.. 
and Mensing. assignors.) 

Calculagraph Company, The. (See Abbott, Henry, as 
signor.) 

Caldemeyer, Daniel H., Evansville, Ind. Folding daven 
port bed. 1,591,608 ; Julv 6. 

Calder, John A. (See Davis, C. W., and Calder.) 

Calder, Myrtle W., Seattle, Wash. Doll. Des. 70,212 
May 25. 

Calder, Ralph M., Philadelphia, Pa. Door knocker. Des 
70,534; July 13. 

Caldwell, Albert E., assignor to Continental Rubber 
Works, Erie, Pa. Tire tread. Des. 69,934 ; Apr. 20. 

Caldwell. Archie E., Columbia, Calif. Olive picker. 
1.585.0S0 ; May 18. 

Caldwell, Archie E., Columbia, Calif. Land-working ap- 
paratus. 1,585,081 ; May IS. 

Caldwell, Burr H., assignor to U. S. Light & Heat Cor- 
poration, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Plate-supporting means. 
1.009.280 : Dec. 7. 

Caldwell, Charles W., Berea, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 
South Africa. Micrometer weighing instrument. 
1,599,551 ; Sept. 14. 

Caldwell, Charles W., New York, N. Y. Cellular fruit- 
shipping device. 1,605,426 ; Nov. 2. 

Caldwell, Clarence H., Oak Park, 111. Typewriter copy- 
holder. 1.609.861 ; Dec. 7. 

Caldwell, Edwin, New York, N. Y. Combined cigarette 
and match receptacle. Des. 70,052; May 4. 

Caldwell. Edwin, New York, N. Y. Smoker's article. 
1 582.025 : Apr. 27. 

Caldwell, Edwin, New York, N. Y. * Ash-tray fixture. 
1,612,569; Dec. 28. 

Caldwell, Frank E., Wynnewood, Okla. Machine for 
measuring the specific gravity of a liquid. 1.604,387 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Caldwell, Frank W. (See McCauley, E. G., and Caldwell.) 

Caldwell, Frank W., Dayton, Ohio. Transmission dy- 
namometer. 1.581.530 : Apr. 20. 

Caldwell. Harold L. and M. A., assignors to The Caldwell 
Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Infants' 
dressing table. 1. 590.228 ; June 29. 

Caldwell, Harry J., assignor to The Ingersoll Milling Ma- 
chine Company, Rockford, III. Feed-control mech- 
anism for reciprocating-type machines. 1,599,204 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Caldwell, Harry J., assignor to The Ingersoll Milling Ma- 
chine Company, Bockford, 111. Feed-control mechanism 
for reciprocating-type machines. 1,599,205 ; Sept. 7. 

Caldwell, Henry C, Buffalo, N. Y. Gas burner. 
1.582.034 ; Apr. 27. 

Caldwell, Jack, Los Angeles, assignor of one-half to R. 
N. Ferguson, Pasadena, Calif. Shock absorber. 
1.571.393 ; Feb. 2. 

Caldwell, James F., Los Angeles, Calif. Plastic-molding 
machine. 1,593,792 ; July 27. 

Caldwell, James F., Los Angeles, Calif. Molding machine. 
1.599.873; Sept. 14. 

Caldwell, John C, Miami, Fla. Scissors. 1,586,026; 
May 25. 

Caldwell, John H., Seattle, Wash. Land-clearing ma- 
chine. 1,571,704 ; Feb. 2. 

Caldwell. John M„ Southmayde, Tex. Cotton chopper. 
1.588.701 : June 15. 

Caldwell Lawn Mower Company. (See Wagner, H. W., 
Case, and Oedney. assignors.) 

Caldwell. Lvle, assignor to The Celite Company, Los 
Angeles. Calif. Treating liquids. 1.603,314; Oct. 19. 

Caldwell Manufacturing Company. (See Caldwell, H. L. 
and M. A., assignors.) 

Caldwell, Marcus A. (See Caldwell, H. L. and M. A.) 

Caldwell, Otis W., and E. R. Glenn, New York, N. Y., as- 
signors to Kewaunee Mfg. Co., Kewaunee, Wis. Com- 
bination science table and classroom desk. 1,582,573; 
Apr. 27. 

Caldwell. Ralph E., assignor to Blatchford Calf Meal 
Companv, Waukegan, 111. Chart for feeding. 
1.583 527: Mav 4. 

Caldwell. Samuel B., Oakland, Calif. Charge hydrator. 
1,595.704 : Aug. 10. 

Caldwell, William, New York, N. Y. Muted-reed sound- 
making device. 1,593,240 ■ July 20. 

Caldwell. William M„ Los Angeles, Calif. Display rack. 
1,004.509 ; Oct. 26. 

Calef, Harry G. (See Brauner, P., and Calef.) 

Calhoun, Do'rothea. (See Beauchamp, Dora F., assignor.) 

Calhoun. George A., Clairton, Pa. Automobile light. 
1.609,399; Dec. 7. 

Calhoun, Lawrence V., Lima, assignor to The Dayton 
Malleable Iron Company, Dayton, Ohio. Sealing lock 
and door starter. 1,570,611 ; Jan. 26. 

California Almond Confections Company. (See Nehr- 
hood, George A., assignor.) 

California Arch File Corporation. (See Dinsmoor, Win- 
field L., assignor.) 

California Canning Machinery Co. (See Wilcox. George, 
assignor.) 

California Cap Company. (See Oliver, Albert L., as- 
signor.) 

California Cedar Products Company. (See Makowski, 
John F., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



California Corrugated Culvert Company. (See Bold, A. 
J., and Thorsby, assignors.) 

California Corrugated Culvert Company. (See Thorsby, 
Karl J., assignor.) 

California Cotton Mills Company. (See Millar, John R., 
assignor.) 

California Cotton Mills Company. (See Mitchell, Allis- 
ter S., assignor.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Braun, Frederick W., 
assignor.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Hammond, H. W., and 
Da\ is. assignors.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Metzger, Floyd J., 
assignor.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Metzger, F. J., and 
Wegerer, assignors.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Neuls, Joseph D., 
assignor.) 

California Cvanide Company. (See Olberg, William B., 
assignor.) 

California Cyanide Company. See Poindexter, Robert 
W., jr., assignor.) 

California Cyanide Company. (See Wegerer, George J., 
assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Bristol, Wil- 
liam M., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Jameson, 
Eloise. assignor.) 

California Refrigeration Mfg. Co. (See Olsen, Henning, 
assignor.) . 

California Spray-Chemical Company. (See Volck, Wil- 
liam II., assignor.) 

California Trust Company. (See Hunt, Harry V., as- 
signor.) « 

California Wall Bed Company. (See Cane, G. F., and 
Wheelock, assignors.) 

California Walnut Growers Association. (See Sharp, 
Hubert C, assignor.) 

Caliver, Ambrose, Nashville, Tenn. Work cabinet. 
1,568,498 ; Jan. 5. 

Calkins, Addison N., assignor to Electric Wheel Com- 
pany, Quincy, 111. Tractor. 1,587,756; June 8. 

Calkins, Addison N., assignor to Electric Wheel Com- 
pany, Quincy, 111. Tractor. 1,605,095; Nov. 2. 

Calkins, Claude C, Spokane, Wash. Machine for treat- 
ing seed grain. 1,573,142 ; Feb. 16. 

Calkins, Edward W. (See Brunell. Leo W., assignor.) 

Calkins, George R., Montebello, Calif. Dirt distributor 
and packer for roads. 1,578,011 ; Mar. 23. 

Calkins, James B., Ithaca, N. Y. Winding apparatus. 
1,588,93S ; June 15. 

Calkins, James M., Detroit, Mich. Toothbrush. 1.600,975 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Calkins, James M., Peoria, 111., assignor to Scott Head 
Lamp Control, Miami, Fla. Dirigible headlight fsr 
vehicles. 1.569.261 ; Jan. 12. 

Calkins, James M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Scott Head 
Lamp Control, Miami, Fla. Dirigible headlight for ve- 
hicles. 1,586,945 ; June 1. 

Calkins, James M.. Peoria, 111., assignor to Scott Head 
Lamp Control, Miami, Fla. Dirigible headlight for 
vehicles. 1,603,315 ; Oct. 19. 

Calkins, James M., Peoria. 111., assignor to Scott Head 
Lamp Control, Miami, Fla. Dirigible headlight for 
automobiles. 1,611,883; Dec. 28. 

Calkins, Oliver, Fort Bragg. Calif. Gate latch. 
1,600,092 ; Sept. 14. 

Calkins, Seward n., Flushing, assignor to The Traitel 
Marble Company. Long Island City, N. Y. Pattern and 
guide strip. 1,586,287 ; May 25. 

Calkins, Seward H., Flushing, assignor to The Traitel 
Marble Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Guide and 
pattern strip. 1.590.149 ; June 22. 

Calkins. Verne M., Cranston, R. I. assignor to Saart 
Brothers Company. Vanity case. Des. 70,594 : July 20. 

Calkins, Willis A., Abington, assignor to Kakas Bros., 
Inc., Boston, Mass. Stretching frame. 1,610,199 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Callahan Distributor Company. (See Callahan, J. W., 
and Dusinberre. assignors.) 

Callahan, E. J., et al. (See Nesmith, Samuel D., as- 
signor.) 

Callahan, Harold. (See Tschappat, Sheridan P., as- 
signor.) 

Callahan, Isabel G. (See Callahan, John F.. assignor.) 

Callahan. John B.", Jacksonville, Fla. Fibrous product. 
1.595,418; Aug. 10. 

Callahan, John P., assignor to 1. <',. Callahan, Brockton, 
Mass. Hemostatic forceps. 1,574,362; Feb 

Callahan. John \\\, an.] Q. B. Dusinberre, assignors to 
Callahan Distributor Company. Incorporated. W»lls- 
boro. Pa. Hay-handling method and device. 1,571,539; 
Feb. 2. 

Callahan, Rohprt L.. Louisville. Ky. Transportation ma- 
chinery. 1,590.803; Aug. 17. 

Callahan, Thomas T., Dayton, Ohio, Limit switch. 
1.601,346 : Sept. 21 - 

Callan, John Jerome. Ariz. Garter. 1,593,327; July 20. 

Callaway. Clarence R., Long Beach, x. v.. assignor to 
Onrney Elevator Company. Inc.. Honesdale. Pa. Ele 
vntor-control mechanism, 1,600,976; Sept, 2.8. 

Caiiawnv. Joseph. Blloxi, Miss. Cotton chopper. 
1,002,099 ; Oct. 5. 



Callaway, Samuel T., executor. (See Long, A. R., and 
Clarkson.) 

Calender's Cable and Construction Company. (See Bryce, 
Stanley J., assignor.) 

Caller. Raymond E., Scarsdale, N. Y. Dust-collecting 
svstem. 1.610.358: Dec. 14. 

Calleson, Amos, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle rilling and seal- 
ing machine. 1,569,948 ; Jan. 19. 

Calligan, James, Quincy, Mich. Rim spreader. 1,585,889 ; 
May 25. 

Callis, Conral C. (See Kraus, C. A., and Callis.) 

Callison, Aimer F., New York, N. Y. Coupling device. 
1,591,655 ; July 0. 

Callison, Abner F., New York, N. Y. Load-transferring 
device. 1,591,056 : July 6. 

Callison, Abner F., New York, N. Y. Turntable ramp. 
1,594,494; Aug. 3. 

Callison, Abner F., Philadelphia, Pa. Loading device for 
trucks. 1,602.146 : Oct. 5. 

Callison, Abner F.. Buffalo Creek, Colo. Freight-transfer 
apparatus. 1.608.925 ; Nov. 30. 

Callison, Claud, Loyal, Okla. Wrench. 1,597,263 ; Aug. 24. 

Callowhill, Percy J., Providence, R. I. Vanity case. 
1.5S2.866 ; Apr. 27. 

Callowhill, Percy J., Providence, R. I., assignor to Theo- 
dore W. Foster & Bro. Company. Vanity case. 
1,582,867; Apr. 27. 

Callowhill, Percy J., assignor to Theodore W. Foster 
& Bro. Co., Providence, R. I. Loose-powder container. 
1,600,313 ; Sept. 21. 

Callowhill, Percy J., assignor to Theodore W. Foster & 
Brother Co., Providence, R. I. Vanity case. 1,600,314 ; 
Sept. 21 

Callsen, Jiirgen, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Win- 
throp Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Phar- 
maceutical product. Rel6,394 ; July 27. 

Callsen, Jiirgen, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Win- 
throp Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Pharmaceutical product. 1,572,768; Feb. 9. 

Callsen. Jiirgen, Elberfeld, Germany, assignor to Winthrop 
Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Choline 
compound having laxative properties. 1.5S0.012 ; Apr. 6. 

Calnan, Wilfrid H., London, England. Receptacle for 
containing powder puffs and powder for toilet purposes. 
1,590.734; June 29. 

Caloric Gas Stove Works. (See Sulzbnch, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

Calorizing Company, The. (See Mantle, Gregory D., as- 
signor.) 

Calumet Engineering Corporation. (See Linton, Ernest 
O., assignor.) 

Calusinski. Edward. Chicago, III. Vehicle (ire rim. 
1.5S9.105: June 15. 

Calverley, John E., and W. E. Highfield, Preston, Eng- 
land. Apparatus for transforming electrical energy. 
1,580,554 ; Apr. 13. 

Calverley, John E., Preston, and W. E. Highfield, as- 
signors to The English Electric Company Limited, 
London, England. Commutating gear of high-tension 
direct-current apparatus. 1.579.648: Apr. H. 

Calvert, Harriet B., Riverside, Calif. Iron rest. 
1.595,503 ; Aug. 10. 

Calvert. James F. (See Hampton, J. T., and Calvert.) 

Calvert, Robert, Lofnpoe, assignor to The Celite Com- 
pany. Los Angeles. Calif. Siliceous alkaline-earth prod- 
uct and making the same. 1.574.30.'!; Feb. 23. 

Calvert, Sebastian L. (See Chancellor. V.. and Calvert.) 

Calvin, Albert W., Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary drill. 

• 1,604.388 : Oct. 20. 

Camalletti, John. (See Lazear, Leroy V.. assignor.) 

Camblin, John D., Fulton, Ind. Piston-ri-ing holder. 
1,603,191 : Oct. 12. 

Camblin. Robert G.. assignor of one-half to A. R. 
Edmondson, Bartlesville, Okla. Headlight for auto- 
mobiles. 1,50S,875 ; Jan. 5. 

Cambridge Glass Company, The. (See McCartney, Will C, 
assignor.) 

Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company Limited. (See 
Apthorpe, William H., assignor.) 

Cambron, John R., sr. (See Blackburn, C. E., sr., and 
Cambron. ) 

Camden, Andrew B., Durant, Okla., assignor to J. W. 
Allen and S. H. Allen, Temple, Tex. Traffic indica- 
tor and advertising sign. 1,571,790; Feb. 2. 

Came. Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Crompton 
& Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Center- 
filling stop motion for looms. 1.603.44N : Oct. 19. 

Came. Samuel. Plttsfield, assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works. Worcester, Mass. Take-up mechanism. 
1.612.090; Dec. 28; 

Camel Company. (See Dltchfteld, Frank, assignor.) 

Camel Company.. (See Eklind, Carl E., assignor.) 

Camel Company, (Sec Kklind, C. E., and Darrow. as- 
signors. ) 

Camel Company. (Sec Elliott, Percy M., assignor.) 

Camel Company. (See Nystrom, Karl v., assignor.) 

Camel Company. (See Tobin. K. J., and Darrow, as- 
signors.) 

Cameron. Alexander E.. assignor to Narragansetl Electric 
Lighting Company Providence li. I. Boiler pressure 
regulator. 1.004.094; Oct. 19. 

Cameron Can Machinery Company. I See Cameron, 
William, assignor.) 



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Cameron, Damon W., assignor to A. F. Probst, Boston, 
Mass. Ruling-edge device. 1,584,839 ; May 18. 

Cameron, Daniel K., Vancouver, British Columbia, Can- 
ada. Grain-door latch. 1,572.590 ; Feb. 9. 

Cameron, Ernest G., Bombay, India. Illuminated lamp- 
post. 1,584,430 ; May 11. 

Cameron, Forrest F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to E. B. 
Davis, Brockton, Mass. Spring suspension for motor 
vehicles. 1.600,315; Sept. 21. 

Cameron, Harry S. (See Abercrombie, J. S., and Cam- 
eron.) 

Cameron, Hugh M., Newark, N. J., assignor to John 
Chatillon & Sons, New York, N. Y. Scale. 1,576,948 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Cameron, James A., assignor to Cameron Machine Com- 
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y. Protective guard for winding 
or other machines. 1,605,170 ; Nov. 2. 

Cameron, James A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and R. M. Johnstone, 
Roselle Park. N. J., assignors to Cameron Machine 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slitting machine. 1,570,939 
Jan. 26." 

Cameron, James A., Brooklyn, N. Y., and R. M. John- 
stone, Roselle Park, N. J., assignors to Cameron Ma- 
chine Companv, Brooklyn, N. Y. Slitting machine. 
1,570.940; Jan. 26. 

Cameron, John A., Glasgow, Scotland. Calendar, diary, 
writing or other pad, and block with turnover leaves. 
1 575 673 * Mar. 9. 

Cameron, John A. H. (See Daniels, Ernest S., assignor.) 

Cameron, Joseph. Minneapolis, Minn. Electrotherapeutic 
apparatus. 1,579,513 ; Apr. 6. , 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Cameron, James A., 
assignor.) 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Cameron, J. A., and 
Johnstone, assignors.) 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Johnstone, Robert M., 
assignor.) 

Cameron, Robert H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Snow 
skate. 1,601,105 ; Sept. 28. 

Cameron, Robt. T. (See Pardoe, John D., assignor.) 

Cameron, WiU J., Chicago, 111. Speculum. 1.5S7.897 ; 
June 8. 

Cameron, Will J., Chicago, 111. Nasal speculum. 
1,595,378; Aug. 10. 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Company, Chicago, 111. Can-testing machine. 1,568,956 ; 
Jan. 12» 

Cameron, William, assignor to Cameron Can MachinerJ 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cap selecting and feeding 
mechanism. 1,600,715 ; Sept. 21. 

Cameron, William, Suez, Egypt, assignor to Simplex Re- 
fining Company, San Francisco, Calif. Dehydrating 
emulsions. 1,580,956 : Apr. 13. 

Camex Displays Corporation. (See Deses, L. G., and 
de Mendoza, assignors.) 

Camfield, Russell W., Berkeley, assignor to E. T. Cun- 
ningham, San Francisco, Calif. Tube adapter. 
1,584,167; May 11. 

Caminada. JSugenio, et al. (See Tammeo. Aldo, as- 
signor.) 

Caminez, Harold, Farmingdale, N. Y. Piston construction 
for cam engines. 1,578,877 ; Mar. 30. 

Caminez. Harold, Dayton, .Ohio. Hydraulic clutch. 
1.588,166; June 8. 

Caminez. Harold, Dayton, Ohio. Cam engine. 1,594,045 ; 
July 27. 

Caminez, Harold, Davton, Ohio. Oiling system for cam 
engines. 1,595,070; Aug. 10. 

Caminez, Harold, Dayton, Ohio. Valve-operating means 
for internal-combustion engines. 1,608,770 ; Nov. 30. 

Caminez, Harold, Dayton, Ohio. Engine-pressure-record 
ing instrument. 1,610,548 ; Dec. 14. 

Camire, Joseph, et al. (See Champoux, George, assignor.) 

Cammack, Robert W.. Whittier, Calif. Dental floss 
holder. 1.588.307; June 8. 

Cammann. Louis de L., Nyack, N. Y. Vehicle. 1,600,716 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Cammann, Louis de L., Nyack, N. Y. Vehicle. 1,600,717 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Cammen, Leon. New York, N. Y. Spout. 1,584,840 ; 
May 18. 

Cammen, Leon, New York, N. Y. Mold-stepping device 
for centrifugal casting machines, 1.602.426 ; Oct. 12. 

Cammen. Leon. New York, N. Y. Centrifugal casting ma- 
chine. 1,606,292 ; Nov. 9. 

Cammen, Leon, New York, N. Y. Mold for centrifugal 
casting. 1,610,256 ; Dec. 14. 

Cammen. Leon, New York, N. Y. Making iron alloys. 
1,612.570; Dec. 28. 

Camp. Curtis B., trustee. (See Chandler. Milford G., 
assignor.) 

Camp. Curtis B., trustee. (See Welch, Horace H., as- 
signor.) 

Camp, Ervin M., Chicago, 111. Molding form for con- 
crete vessels. 1,568.957 ; Jan. 12. 

Camp. Percy B., Maywood. 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Company. Brake mechanism 
for railway cars. 1,569,949 ; Jan. 19. 

Camp, Percy B., Maywood. 111., assignor to Universal 
Draft Gear Attachment Company. Uncouplinc device 
for railway cars. 1.573,803 ; Feb. 23. 



Camp, Percy B.. Maywood, and H. E. Bartsch. assignors 
to Universal Draft Gear Attachment Co., Chicago. 111. 
Brake mechanism for railway cars. 1,603,745; Oct. 19. 

Campngna, Rebecca L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lamp' base or 
pedestal. 1.587,469 ; June 1. 

Campbell. Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Dump car. 1,577,688 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company. Chicago, 111. Dump car and door-op- 
erating mechanism therefor. 1,593,74S ; July 27. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company. Chicago, 111. Railwav-car construction. 
1.593.749 ; July 27. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company. Chicago, 111. Dump-car-door-operating 
mechanism. 1,594,659 ; Aug. 3. 

Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago. 111. Dump-door-operating 
mechanism ai>d the like. 1,594,660 ; Aug. 3. 

Campbell, Argyle, and A. E. Zimmer, assignors, to En- 
terprise Railway Equipment Company, Chicago, 111. 
Car-door-operating mechanism. 1,584,841 ; May 18. 

Campbell, Arthur B.. and I. L. Brownell, Orland, Calif. 
Radiator. 1,597.014 ; Aug. 24. 

Campbell, Arthur T. (See Norton, R. H.. and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Arthur T., Seattle, Wash. Box-making ma- 
chine. 1,612,176; Dec. 28. 

Campbell. Austin H., Butler, Pa. Chimney and smoke- 
stack ventilator. 1.609.794 ; Dec. 7. 

Campbell. Benjamin F.. Camp Baldy, Calif. Oiling de- 
vice. 1,590.41S; June 29. 

Campbell. Beryl W., Utica, Ohio. Clock. 1.611,335 : 
Dec. 21. 

Campbell, Bruce M., Superior, Wis. Fastener for swing- 
ingly-mounted storni windows or other similar closures. 
1,603,5S1 ; Oct. 19. 

Campbell. C. C, et aL (See Dougherty, Charles T., as- 
signor. ) 

Campbell, Carleton W.. assignor to Moll Manufacturing 
Companv, Denver. Colo. Electric tube-plate vulcanizer. 
1.5S7.282 : June 1. 

Campbell, Carleton W.. assignor to Moll Manufacturing 
Companv, Denver, Colo. Reducing shell for cavity 
molds. 1.605,391 ; Nov. 2. 

Campbell, Carleton W., assignor to Moll Manufacturing 
Company, Denver, Colo. Tire-casing vulcanizer. 
1.611.8S4; Dee. 28. 

Campbell, Charles, New York, N. Y. Transfer sheet. 
1,578,952 ; Mar. 30. 

Campbell, Charles, New York, N. Y. Typewriter ribbon. 
1,581.510; Apr. 20. 

Campbell. Charles A. (See Vroman, E. C, and Camp- 
bell.) 

Campbell, Charles A., and E. C. Vroman. Watertown. 
N. Y., assignors to The New York Air Brake Company. 
Retaining valve. 1,599,206; Sept. 7. 

Campbell, Charles E., Lynn, Mass. X-ray apparatus. 
1,585,890; May 25. 

Campbell, Charles E., I.ynu, Mass.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Lynn Commercial Realty Co. Elec- 
trical system. 1,600,316: Sept. 21. 

Campbell. Charles E., assignor of one-third to W. A. 
Wisci.meyer. Indianapolis. Ind.. one-sixth to D. Spug- 
nardi, and one-sixth to E. Wischmeyer. Machine for 
pasting stornge-battery grids. 1,611,631; Dec. 21. 

Campbell, Charles H., Lynn, Mass. Tanned leather, filler 
therefor, and process relating thereto. 1.5S6.964 ; 
Tune 1. 

Campbell, Charles W. F., et al. (See Daven, Michael P., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Charles W. R., Driehoek. and F. G. A. Roberts, 
Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. Moving-lens 
cinematograph apparatus. 1,573,804 ; Feb. 23. 

Campbell-Cooney Patents Co. (See Cooney, Robert K., 
assignor.) 

Campbell. Conrtland C. Bowling Green. Ind. Meat wrap- 
per and making same. 1.5S9.106 : June 15. 

Campbell. Donald J., et al. (See Warren, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Air-op- 
erated molding apparatus. 1.594,598 ; Aug. 3. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Pneu- 
matically - operated molding machine. 1,605,096 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Campbell. Donald K., Chicago, 111. Vending machine. 
1.590.925 : June 29. 

Campbell, Douglas S., Cleveland, Ohio. Advertising 
sign. Des. 70,157 ; May 18. 

Campbell, Edward B., St. Louis, Mo. Tractor. 1,601.556 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Campbell. Elliott D.. San Francisco, Calif. Roller iron. 
1.582.379 ; Apr. 27. 

Campbell, Frank H.. Lewisburg. W. Va. Carrier or 
holder for artificial bait. 1,574,416; Feb. 23. 

Campbell, Frank J., Youngsville, Pa. Detachable motor 
crank. 1.5S7.470 : June 1. 

Campbell, Frank M., Dunedin. Otago, New Zealand. 
Internal-combustion engine. 1.610.846 ; Dec. 14. 

Campbell, Frank P.. Tuxedo. Md. Multicolor-printing 
press. 1,576.809; Mar. 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Campbell, George E., assignor to The Wheland Company, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Combined setwork and recede for 
sawmill carriages. 1,590,988 ; June 29. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 1,569,950 ; Jan. 19. 

Campbell, George W., Hartford. Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Typewriter Company, New York, N. Y. Type- 
writing machine. 1,577,893 ; Mar. 23. 

Campbell, Harry A., assignor of fifteen-sixteenths to T. 
Lomax, jr., Wichita Falls, Tex. Flow box for oil 
lines. 1,608,369; Nov. 23. 

Campbell, Harry A. F., assignor to The Baldwin Loco- 
motive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. Equalizing gear for 
locomotives. 1,597,509 ; Aug. 24. 

Campbell, Harry E., assignor to Union Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Magnet-coil as- 
sembly. 1,585,017; May 18. 

Campbell, Harry E., assignor to Campbell Metal Window 
Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Casement window. 
1.600,796; Sept. 21. 

Campbell, Harry S., Dayton, Ohio. Curtain fastener. 
1.588.092 ; June 8. 

Campbell, Henry G., Perth, assignor of one-half to A. 
Stephens, Victoria Park, Western Australia, Australia. 
Rotary mixing device. 1,578,262; Mar. 30. 

Campbell, Horace L., St. Louis, Mo. Conveyer. 1,577,172 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Campbell, James, Dover, N. H. Coaster sled. 1,592,419 ; 
July 13. 

Campbell, James A., jr., Orlando, Fla. Tube top. 
1.589.107: .lime 15. 

Campbell, James H., assignor to The Florsheim Shoe 
Company, Chicago, III. Shoe lace and holder therefor. 
1,610,359; Dec. 14. 

Campbell, John A., Quincy, Mass. Floor-surfacing ma- 
chine. 1,590,671 ; June 29. 

Campbell, John B., Manufacturing Company. (See Camp- 
bell, Neil L., assignor.) 

Campbell, John R., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Com- 
bined floor waxer and polisher. 1.572,987 ; Feb. 16. 

Campbell, Levin H., jr., U. S. Army, and E. F. Norelius, 
Davenport. Iowa. Vehicle of the type known as a 
tank. 1,578,310; Mar. 30. 

Campbell, Loudoun, Ballston, Va. Car door and means 
for mounting and operating the same. 1,591.609; 
July 6. 

Campbell, Louis B., Wakarusa, Kans. Patron's service 
envelope. 1,610,257 ; Dec. 14. 

Campbell, Luther L. (See Findling, Joseph, assignor.) 

Campbell, MacAlbert, Knoxville, Tenn. Cut -out. 
1,571,791 : Feb. 2. 

Campbell, Mark, Cincinnati, Ohio, and R. W. B. Reade, 
New Orleans, La., assignors to The Richardson Com- 
pany, Lockland, Ohio. Reenforcing fiber board. 
1,600.396 ; Sept. 21. 

Campbell, Matthew D., Roxbury, Mass. Insect catcher. 
1,5S7,898 ; June 8. 

Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, 
Harry E., assignor.) 

Campbell, Milton D., assignor to The Perkins-Campbell 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Radiator protector. 
1.577.051 ; Mar. 23. 

Campbell, Neil L., assignor to John B. Campbell Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc., Salem, N. J. Block-printed 
felt-base rug and making same. 1,586,288 ; May 25. 

Campbell, Nelson I., and A. M. Herbsman, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Cylindrical protractor. 1,568,876; Jan. 5. 

Campbell, P. A., et al. (See Dougherty, Charles T., as- 
■ signor.) 

Campbell, Percy A., Newark, N. J., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Incandescent lamp. 1,600,203 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Campbell. Robert H., Chicago, 111. Spout. 1,593,016 ; 
July 20. 

Campbell, Robert L., Morristown. Tenn. Indicator. 
1,5X0,013: Apr. (I. 

Campbell, Robert P., Attica, Kans. Clean-air lead for 
tractor fuel systems. 1,568,722 ; Jan. 5. 

Campbell, Ronald E., Columbia, S. C. Safety device for 
electric irons. 1,572,988: Feb. 16. 

Campbell, Stanley T., Euclid Village, assignor to The 
Aetna Rubber Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Storage-bat- 
tery container. Des. 70,400 ; June 22. 

Campbell, Stanley T., assignor to The Aetna Rubber Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Storage-battery container. 
1.610.200 ; Dec. 7. 

Campbell, Stephen B., ct al. (See Williams, Limer R., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Sterling II., assignor to Western Railway 
Equipment Company, St. Louis, Mo. Floor construc- 
tion. 1,597,310; Aug. 24. 

Campbell, Sterling IL, assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Coupler-release rigging. 1,597,311 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Fastening for air-brake-pressure 
valves. 1,000,311 ; Sept. 21. 

Campbell Sterling II., assignor to Railway Devices Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Angle-cock holder. 1,001,492 ; 
Sept. 28. 



Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Western Railway 
Equipment Company, St. Louis, Mo. Floor construc- 
tion. 1,606,508; Nov. 9. 

Campbell, Sterling H., assignor to Western Railway 
Equipment Companv, St. Louis, Mo. Floor construc- 
tion. 1,006.509 ; Nov. 9. 

Campbell, Sterling H.. assignor to Western Railway Equip- 
ment Company, St. Louis, Mo. Floor construction. 
1.606.510 : Nov. 9. 

Campbell, Sterling H., and F. H. Pietzsch, assignors to 
Railway Devices Company, St. Louis, Mo. Angle-cock 
holder. 1,603,000; Oct. 12. 

Campbell, Stewart L. (See Grant, J., and Campbell.) 

Campbell, Sumner E. (See Roe, Loyal D., assignor.) 

Campbell, Susie L., Mamaroneck, N. Y. Seat protector. 
1,591,014 ; July 6. 

Campbell, Thomas D. (See Holdaway, H. H., and Camp- 
bell.) 

Campbell, Thomas D., assignor to The Cleveland Folding 
Machine Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Knurling. 
1,589,584; June 22. 

Campbell. Thomas P.. Denver, Colo. Purification of zinc 
solutions. 1,587,695; June 8. 

Campbell, Thomas P., Denver, Colo. Apparatus for the 
purification of zinc solutions. 1,601,938 ; Oct. 5. 

Campbell, Wallace W.. Denver, Colo. Dry-stream sleeve- 
finishing board. 1,592,655 ; July 13. 

Campbell, William B., Nashville, Tenn. Valve mechanism 
for flushing tanks. 1,593,432 ; July 20. 

Campbell, William C, Seattle, Wash., assignor to F. 
Kopejtko, St. Louis, Mo. Washable insole for shoes. 
1,588,011 ; June 8. 

Campbell, William U., Monasterevan, Ireland. Produc- 
tion of fermentable worts. 1,581,918 ; Apr. 20. 

Campbell, William P., assignor of forty-nine one-hun- 
dredths to H. W. Tully and J. H. Lane and fifty-one one- 
hundredths to J. H. Lane, Kansas City, Mo. Stabiliz- 
ing device. 1,577,821 ; Mar. 23. 

Campbell, William P., Marceline, assignor to J. H. Lane, 
Kansas City, Mo. Automobile steering mechanism. 
1,577.822 ; Mar. 23. 

Campbell, Williard W., et al. (See Hixson, Charles T., 
assignor.) 

Campbell, Wilson L.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Automatic Electric Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic 
switching and telephone system. 1,582,334 ; Apr. 27. 

Campbell Wire Specialty Works. (See Kridler, Bernie 
C, assignor.) 

Campion, Charles W. (See Hunt, G., and Campion.) 

Campion, Patrick R., assignor to T. II. Foley, Oakland, 
Calif. Windmill. 1,590.495; June 29. 

Campion. Paul, Forest-near-Brussels, Belgium, assignor 
to A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of 
stencils for duplicating apparatus. 1,592,338 ; July 13. 

Campion. Paul, Vitry-sur-Seine, France, assignor to A. B. 
Dick Company, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of stencils 
for duplicating apparatus. 1,592,340 ; July 13. 

Canaan, Michael, jr., Hamilton, Ohio. Combined ladder 
and hose and body belt strap. 1,592,550 ; July 13. • 

Canada Carbide Company, Limited. (See Freeman, 
Horace, assignor.) 

Canada, George B., assignor of one-half to J. B. Holley, 
Memphis, Tenn. Comb. 1,585,231 ; May 18. 

Canadian American Finance & Trading Company, The. 
(See Benson, Mark, assignor.) 

Canadian Electro Products Company, Limited. (See 
Marshall. M. J., and Shaw, assignors.) 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company Limited. (See 
Kaeshier, George (1.. assignor.) 

Canadian Lamp and Stamping Company. (See Lang, C, 
and Croker, assignors.) 

Canale. Glan B., Sori, Italy. Funnel for measuring, 
drawing, and pouring liquids. 1,585,761 ; May 25. 

Cancillieri. Giovanni, Yatesboro, Pa. Motor-operated fan. 
1.584,609; May 11. 

Canda. Abeel, Cranford, N. J. Ball-forging machine. 
1,005.508; Nov. 2. 

Candee, Andrew II.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor lo West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Brak- 
ing system. 1.588 523: June 15. 

Candee, Andrew IL. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
bouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Control 
device. 1.000,740; Nov. 16. 

Candee. Andrew H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Wcst- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Auto- 
matic train control. 1,597,762; Aug. 31. 

Candee, L., & Company. (See Joseph, Frank A., as- 
signor.) 

Candee, L.. & Co. (See Wurtenberg, Charles, assignor.) 

Candee, Raphael R., et al. (See Sprague, Charles and F., 
assignors.) 

Candee, Zenas P.. assignor to The Waterbury Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Companv, Waterbury, Conn. 
Loading machine. 1,602,334; Oct. 5. 

Candee, Zenas P.. assignor to The Waterbury Farrel 
Foundry and Machine Company, Waterbury, Conn. 
Powder holding and control mechanism. 1,604,145 ; 
Oct. 20. 

Candee, Zenas P., and J. B. Burton, assignors to The 
Waterbury Farrel Foundry and Machine Company, 
Wflternury, Conn. Dial-operating mechanism. 

1.003,023 ; Oct. 12. 



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Candeiaresi, Virgilio, Lyon, Fiance. Motor-car body. 
1.579,644; Apr. 6. 

Cane, Gordon F., and A. C. Wheelock, Oakland, Calif. 
Foldable bed construction. 1,584,978 ; May 18. 

Cane, Gordon F., and A. C. Wheelock, Oakland, assignors 
to California Wall Bed Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Foldable bed and canopy therefor. 1,605,509 ; Nov. 2. 

Canell, George, Cincinnati, Ohio. Truss structure. 
1,607,184; Nov. 16. 

Canevaro, Dominic, Old Wives, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Spring bolster. 1,610,037 ; Dec. 7. 

Canfield, Arthur V. (See Brandon, R. M., and Canfield.) 

Canfield, Charles E., Fittsfield, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Switch handle. 1,595,853 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Canfield, Charles E., Pittsfield. Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Transformer. 1,600,038 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Canfield, Robert W., East Orange, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Hartford-Empire Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Glass-working apparatus. 1,609,691 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Canfield Rubber Company, The. (See Mahoney, Jere- 
miah L., assignor.) 

Canine, Chester W., Norwood, Ohio. Laundry-marking 
tag. 1,571.792 ; Feb. 2. 

Cannam, Karl H., Eureka, Calif. Telegraph transmitter. 
1,581,173 : Apr. 20. 

Cannard, William H., Green Bay, Wis. Crepe paper 
or the like material and method of and apparatus for 
producing same. 1,595,991 ; Aug. 17. 

Cannard, William H., and G. A. Shatfer, Green Bay, Wis., 
assignor to said Cannard. Interfolding machine. 
1.5S8.524 : June 15. 

Cannard, William H., and G. A. Shaffer, Green Bay, Wis. 
Interfolding machine. 1,595.992 ; Aug. 17. 

Canning, Thomas F., and R. G. Clark, Southend-on-Sea, 
England. Machine for charging and discharging gas 
retorts. 1,578,072; Mar. 23. 

Cannon. Charles H. (See Baxter, K. S., and Cannon.) 

Cannon Engineering Co. (See Brewer, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Cannon, Frank S. (See Jones. William E., assignor.) 

Cannon, Hiram B., Metuchen, N. J. Furnace or oven. 
1,568,317 : Jan. 5. 

Cannon, James H., Los Angeles, Calif. Make and break 
device. 1,586,652 ; June 1. 

Cannon, James H., Los Angeles, Calif. Electric hair 
curler. 1,596.151 ; Aug. 17. 

Cannon, John J., Leicester. England. Stop motion for 
yarn-winning machines. 1,595,705 ; Aug. 10. 

Cannon, John W., Providence, R. I. Apparatus for burn- 
ing liquid fuel. 1,572,591 ; Feb. 9. 

Cannon. William A., Carmel, Calif. Dirigible lump. 
1.588.702; June 15. 

Cano, Narciso, assignor of one-third to S. Demar, Colum- 
bus, Ohio, and one-third to H. Palomo, Guatemala, 
Guatemala, Central America. Clarinet. 1,604,969 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Cano, Vernon, Elizabeth, N. J. Apparatus for heating, 
cooling, or drying materials. 1,592,07S ; July 13. 

Canova, Augustus P. (See de la Nux, L. A., and Can- 
ova.) 

Canstatter Misch- & Knetmaschinen-Fabrik Cannstattw 
Dampf-Backofen-Fabrik Werner & Pfleidercr. (See 
Lascb, A., and Kircher, assignors.) 

Cant, David A. (See Taylor, Roy, assignor.) 

Cantacuzene, Serban G., Bucharest, Rumania. Protect- 
ing the external surfaces of containers for volatile 
liquids against the influence of heat rays. 1,610,549 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Canter, Morris, South Norwalk, Conn. Marker for fur 
skins. 1.606,398 ; Nov. 9. 

Canter, Vernon C. (See Voress, C. L., Canter, and 
Skoog.) 

Cantilever Corporation. (See Morse, Raymond P., as- 
signor.) 

Cantoni, John D., Napa, Calif. Drying apparatus. 
1.611,632; Dec. 21. 

Cantor. Jacob, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electric coffee urn. 
1,582,165 ; Apr. 27. 

Cantrill, Allen B., El Monte, Calif. Rear-view reflector 
attachment for headlamps. 1,592,721 ; July 13. 

Capay, Norberto, Manila, P. I. Sterilizing device. 
1,600,093 ; Sept. 14. 

Capdevila, Frank, New York, N. Y. Method and appara- 
tus for treating hair. 1,578,012; Mar. 23. 

Capelle, Agnes, and II. Harris, New York, N. Y. Hat. 
1,571,107; Jan. 26. 

Capen. Samuel D., jr., St. Louis County, assignor of one- 
half to P. T. Carr, jr., Clayton, Mo. Golfing tee. 
1,599.207 ; Sept. 7. 

Caperton. Hugh A., Claypool, Ariz. Wood screen. 
1,599,874; Sept. 14. 

Capitelli. Celeste, Margate, England. Apparatus for 
amusement purposes. 1,577,689 ; Mar. 23. 

Capitol Brass Works. (See Noble, Benjamin, assignor.) 

Caplan, Harry, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle bumper. 
1,589,364; June 22. 

Caplan, I. H., et al. (See Long, John E., assignor.) 

Caplan, Samuel, et al. (See Long, John E., assignor.) 

Caples, Joseph A., Albuquerque. N. Mex. Tie. 1,587,471 ; 
June 1. 



Caples, Joseph A., El Paso, Tex. Combination aeroplanu. 
1,606,117 ; Nov. 9. 

Cappi, Gaetano, San Francisco, Calif. Machine for im- 
mersing, cooking, and delivering food products. 
1,579,645; Apr. 6. 

Capps, William P., Shreveport, La. Gas burner. 
1,580,995; Apr. 13. 

Capra, Benedetto, Sacramento, Calif. Automatic vehicle 
stop for railway crossings. 1,577,173 ; Mar. 16. 

Caproni, Gianni, U. Nobile, and R. Verduzio, Rome, Italy. 
Structure and composition of the fuselages and parts 
depending thereon for aeroplanes. 1,578,073 ; Mar. 23. 

Caps, Arthur W., Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Photostat Corporation, Providence, R. I. 
Photographic apparatus. 1,604,765 ; Oct. 26. 

Caps, John E., Wilmette, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Wayne Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Water- 
softening apparatus. Rel6,497 ; Dec. 7. 

Caps, John E., Wilmette, 111. Clothespress attachment. 
1,588,167; June 8. 

Capstan*. John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for taking and projecting 
motion pictures. 1,583,653 ; May 4. 

Capstaff, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic printer. 1,591,466 ; 
July 6. 

Capstaff, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic multiple projection 
printer. 1,598,956; Sept. 7. 

Capstaff, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Reversal process. 1,600,797 ; Sept. 21. 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Kucera, Peter, assignor.) 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Kucera, Peter P., as- 
signor.) 

Capstan Glass Company. (See McNamara, William L., 
assignor.) 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Piazzoli, Louis P., jr., 
assignor.) 

Car-Dumper & Equipment Company. (See Simpson, 
George N., assignor.) 

Caracciolo, Francis. (See Buroz, German, assignor.) 

Caracristi, Virginius Z. (See Muhlfeld, J.. E., and 
Cara-cristi. ) 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, N. Y. Combined 
feed-water heater and economizer. 1,576,478 ; Mar. 9. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, assignor to Locomo- 
tive Pulverized Fuel Company, New York, N. Y. Means 
for the burning of pulverized fuel and gas. 1,578,953 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to 
Locomotive Pulverized Fuel Company. Apparatus for 
handling pulverized fuel. 1,578,954 ; Mar. 30. 

Caradine, James T., and W. T. Christmas, St. Louis, Mo. 
Hat. Des. 69,438; Feb. 16. 

Caradine, James T., and W. T. Christmas, St. Louis, Mo. 
Hat. Des. 69,439 ; Feb. 16. 

Carafilidis, James, Sabraton, W. Va., assignor of three- 
tenths to J. Delas, Greensburg, Pa., and one-fifth 
to V. Savidis, Morgantown, W. Va. Tin opener. 
1,580,607: June 1. 

Caraway, Clarence E., Port Williams, Ohio. Grain door 
for freight cars. 1.601,996 ; Oct. 5. 

Carbenay, Fernand, Paris, France. Variable controlling 
element. 1,585,648 ; May 25. 

Carbenay, Fernand, Paris, France. Apparatus for develop- 
ing photographic ribbons. 1,592,924 ; July 20. 

Carbenay, Fernand, Paris, France. System of radiosignal- 
ing. 1,592,925 ; July 20. 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Bur- 
dick, John N., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Cade, 
Arthur R., assignor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Compton, 
John N., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Herrly, 
Clarence J., assignor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Lommen, 
Fred W., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Ray ; 
Arthur B., assignor.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Young, 
Charles O., assignor.) 

Carbonaro, Gaetano. Brooklyn, N. Y. Macaroni-cutting 
machine. 1,576,949; Mar. 16. 

Carbonaro, Marius C, assignor to Socie'te' Hardoll, Paris, 
France. Automatic recording meter for liquids. 
1.612,488 ; Dec. 28. 

Carbone, Mario, New York. N. Y. Packing and preserv- 
ing fruit. 1,575,148; Mar. 2. 

Carbone, Tito L., deceased. Berlin, by E. Mommsen, 
executor, Charlottenburg, Germany. Electric-arc lamp. 
1,602.100: Oct. 5. 

Carbone, Tito L., Berlin, Germany. Electric-arc lamp. 
1.607.433: Nov. 16. 

Carbo-Oxygen Company. (See Brownlee, R. H., and 
Ublinger, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Hartmann, Miner L., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Hawke, Clarence E., 
assignor.) ". 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Johnson, Boyd M., as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphaletical list of patentees — Continued. 



Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Carbox Corporation, The. (See Aiken, Eugene D., as- 
signor.) 

Card, William C, jr., Boston, Mass. Manufacture of foot- 
wear. 1,593,287 ; July 20. 

Card, William C, jr., Boston, Mass. Braiding attach- 
ment for sewing machines. 1,593,288 ; July 20. 

Card, William C, jr., Boston, Mass. Trimming attach- 
ment for sewing machines. 1,602,964 ; Oct. 12. 

Card, William C, jr., Boston, assignor of one-half to 
M. Green, Newton Highlands, Mass. Manufacture of 
shoes. 1,608,489 ; Nov. 30. 

Cardegna, Frank A. (See Einwaechter, F. H., jr., and 
Cardegna.) 

Cardey, George W., assignor of one-half to J. A. McCoy, 
Lancaster, Wis. Truss. 1,569,964 ; Jan. 19. 

Cardinell, John D. (See Beckwith, Keuben P., assignor.) 

Cardinet, Albert D., Los Angeles, Calif. Insect trap. 
1,599,408; Sept. 14. 

Cardorette, Wilfred, Holyoke, Mass. Attachment to mov- 
ing-picture machines. 1,597,013 ; Aug. 24. 

Cardullo, Forrest E., assignor to The G. A. Gray Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Planer. 1,592,420 ; July 13. 

Cardwell, James R., Chicago, 111. Cigar holder. 
1,577,448 ; Mar. 23. 

Cardwell, Robert G., La Habra, Calif. Belt clamp. 
1,611,815 ; Dec. 21. 

Cardwell, Thomas, St. Louis, Mo. Bail for locomotive 
stalls. 1,597,670; Aug. 31. 

Carella, Ferdinando, Hoboken, N. J. Window blind. 
1.590,886; June 29. 

Caretta, Ettore, Turin, Italy. Flexible transmission. 
1,589,108 : June 15. 

Caretta, Ettore, Turin, Italy. Flexible transmission. 
1,590,724 ; June 29. 

Carey, Archibald. (See Lamb, David C, assignor.) 

Carey, Charles D., Cheyenne, Wyo. Polo bridle. 
1,5S2,035 ; Apr. 27. 

Carey, Elmer H., Clifton, N. J. Antiskid device. 
1,587,283 ; June 1. 

Carey, James L. (See Murphy, James T., assignor.) 

Carey, James S., et al. (See Sease, Chester A., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Crahbs, 
Roscoo B., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Innes, 
Harry C, assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company. (See Milar, 
James J., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Mills, 
George W., jr.) 

Cargile, Andrew M. (See Abercrombie, Newton L., as- 
signor.) 

Cargill, William W. and J. Graves, assignors to French 
Battery Company, Madison, Wis. Flash light. 
1.599,113 ; Sept. 7. 

Carhart. Elizabeth M., Jewell, Va. Closure means for 
metallic receptacles. 1,608,298 ; Nov. 23. 

Carbart, Stephen J., Watervliet, N. Y. Oil-can carrier. 
1.591.279 : July 6. 

Carichoff, Eugene R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electromagnet. 1,610,744 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Carl, Albert S. (See Carl, Louie T. and A. S.) 

Carl Lindstrom Aktiengesellschaft. (See Jokel, Franz, 
assignor.) 

Carl, Louie T. and A. S., Winona, Mass. Radio re- 
ceiving set. 1,569,354; Jan. 12. 

Carlberg, August E., assignor to Walden-Worcester, In- 
corporated, Worcester, Mass. Wrench. Rel6,354 ; 
May 18. 

Carle, Harold, Buffalo. N. Y., assignor, bv mesne as- 
signments, to Vortex Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Cup dis- 
penser. 1,571,705; Feb. 2. 

Carle, Harold. Ruffalo. N. Y., assignor, bv mesne assign- 
ments, to Vortex Mfg. Co.. Chicago. 111. Machine for 
making containers. 1, SOS. 710 ; Sept. 7. 

Carleton. Gideon W. and H. O., New York, N. Y., assignors 
to Duplex Motion Picture Industries, Inc. Film-de- 
veloplng apparatus. 1.003.512: Oct. 19. 

Carleton, Herbert O. (See Carleton, Gideon W. and 
H. O.) 

Carleton, Paul W. (See Adsunson, W. A., nod Carleton.) 

Carley, Arthur P., Ilnniden, Conn. Ear prop for plates. 
1.603.449: Oct. 19. 

Carley, Leonard R., Watertown, and G. II. Kay, Prospect, 
Conn. Combined package and toy. 1,585.649; May 25. 

Carlisle, Joseph, assignor, bv mesne assignments, of one- 
Rlxteonth to C. P. niter, and fifteen -sixteenths to E. 
M. Scott, Kansas City, Mo. Oil burner. 1,610,4S9 ; 
Doc. 14. 

Carlotti. Charles J., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the 
production of theatrical performances. 1,585,373 ; 
May 18. 

Carlson. Albert, Swanton, Vt. Garter. 1.573,075: 
Feb. 16. 

Carlson, Algot R.. Chicago, 111. Neckwear-displaying do- 
vice. 1,597,142 : Aug. 24. 

Carlson, Andrew IS., and A. T. Magnuson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Sack-dispensing device. 1.581.099 ; Apr. 20. 

Carlson, Anthony K.. Los Angeles, Calif. Railway cross- 
ing. 1,011,336; Dec. 21. 



Carlson, Artie C., Valparaiso, Ind. Toy vehicle. 
1.609,536 ; Dec. 7. 

Carlson, Axel F., Cambridge, assignor to The Reece 
Button Hole Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Sewing 
machine. 1,589,625 ; June 22. 

Carlson, Axel F., Cambridge, assignor to The Reece But- 
ton Hole Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Driving and 
stopping mechanism for sewing machines and the like. 
1.591,657 ; July 0. 

Carlson, Carl A. (See Tornblom, Ernst A. E., assignor.) 

Carlson, Carl A., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Automatic door 
opener. 1,584,842; May 18. 

Carlson, Charles N., Virginia, Minn. Storm-sash fast- 
ener. 1.607.944; Nov. 23. 

Carlson, Charles T., Canton, Ohio. Dishpan. Des. 
71,003 ; Sept. 7. 

Carlson, Charles T., Canton, Ohio. Die. 1,507,400 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Carlson, Clifford G., Jamestown, N. Y. Medicine cabinet. 
1,588,093; June 8. 

Carlson, Clifford (i.. Jamestown. N. Y. Sheet-metal re- 
ceptacle. 1.5S9.109: June 15. 

Carlson, Edmund B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Automobile lock. 
1,587,757; June 8. 

CarJson, Kdward, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to J. II. Rand, 
jr., Tonawanda, N. Y. Record device. 1,596,578 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Carlson, Edwin E., Chester, Pa. Driving mechanism for 
yarn moisteuers. 1,604,766; Oct. 26. 

Carlson, Emil B.. Chicago, 111. Jamb-supporting stay for 
door and window frames. 1,599,985 ; Sept. 14. 

Carlson, Eric, assignor to Stewart Manufacturing Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Die-casting machine. 1,578,580 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Carlson, Frank W., Oilfields, Calif. Heavy-duty bearing. 

1,568,31S ; Jan. 5. 
Carlson, Fred W., Ontonagon, Mich. Cotter pin. 

1,593,433; July 20. 
Carlson, George F., Troy, Idaho. Dynamite tool. 

1,595,706; Aug. 10. 
Carlson, Gunard O. (See Gafvert. D. W., and Carlson.) 
Carlson, Gunard O., assignor to William Wharton. Jr. 

& Company, Incorporated. Easton, Pa. Forming cylin- 
drical containers. 1,598,240 ; Aug. 31. 
Carlson, Gustav A., assignor to The Boye Needle Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Embroidery hoop. 1,574,364 ; 

Feb. 23. 
Carlson, Gustav W., assignor to The Eaton Axle & 

Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automotive vehicle 

brake. 1,599,076; Sept. 7. 
Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit, Mich. Chain and wheel for 

sash-regulating devices. 1,583,221 ; May 4. 
Carlson, Gustave O., Wethersfield, assignor of one-third 

to H. Hanson, Middletown, and one-third to C. O. 

Hedstrom, Portland, Conn. Game. 1,595,071 ; Aug. 10. 
Carlson, Gustave O., Wethersfield, assignor of one-third 

to C. O. Hedstrom, Portland, and one-third to H. Han- 
son. - Middletown, Conn. Antiskid mechanism. 

1.607,434 ; Nov. 16. 
Carlson, Gustave O., Wethersfield, assignor of one-third to 

C. O. Hedstrom, Portland, and one-third to H. Hanson, 

Middletown, Conn. Shears. 1,612,606 ; Dec. 28. 
Carlson, Harry. (See Prouty, M. D., Craig, Rawlings, 

and Carlson.) 
Carlson, Henry A. (See Kosecki. P., and Carlson.) 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Flier. 

1,569.534 ; Jan. 12. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Flier. 

1.572,379; Feb. 9. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler Com- 
pany of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Sheet-metal 

pulley. 1.589.291 : June 15. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Flier 

crown. 1,501,154: July 6. 
Carlson, Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Miter 

box. 1 595.S54 ; Aug. 10. 
Carlson, Hjalmar <!., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Making 

pressers for fliers. 1,601.016; Sept. 2S. 
Carlson. Hjalmar G., assignor to Rockwood Sprinkler 

Company of Massachusetts, Worcester, Mass. Flier. 

1,608,370; Nov. 23. 
Carlson, Howard E., Minneapolis, Minn. Radiocabinet. 

1,578,394; Mar. 30. 
Carlson, Johannes R., assignor to The Arrow Electric 

Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric switch. 1,593 434; 

July 20. 
Carlson. Johannes R., assignor to The Arrow Electric 

Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric switch. 1,600,094 ; 

Sept. 14. 
Carlson, John, Springfield, Mass. Adjustable skate. 

Rel6,493; Nov. 30. 
Carlson. John, Springfield, Mass. Adjustable skate. 

1.583,277; May 4. 
Carlson, John A., Tacoma, Wash. Band saw. 1,580,407; 

Apr. 13. 
Carlson, John E.. Gardner, Mass. Machine for cutting 

reed. 1,594,599 ; Aug. 3. 



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Carlson, John E., Gardner, Mass. Loom for weaving reed 
and similar material. 1,594,600 ; Aug. 3. 

Carlson. John F., South Boston, Mass. Rotary two- 
cycle internal-combustion engine. 1,591,467 ; July 6. 

Carlson, John H., Nashwauk, Minn. Fence. 1,582,574 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Carlson, Joseph C, Tulsa, Okla. Cover for electric 
sockets. 1,575,815 ; Mar. 9. 

Carlson, Leonard, Hudson, Wis. Combination jack and 
rim tool. 1,602.335 ; Oct. 5. 

Carlson, Lorens. (See Grondal, G., and Carlson.) 

Carlson. Ole, assignor of one-half to C. F. Westburg, Los 
Angeles. Calif. Plaster lath. 1,594,661 ; Aug. 3. 

Carlson, Oscar, assignor of one-half to W. A. Lingford, 
Dannebrog, Nebr. Train-operated gate. 1,599,077 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Carlson, Oscar, Harvey, 111., and H. M. Wilcox, Mason 
City, Iowa. Fencepost. 1,609,795; Dec. 7. 

Carlson, Oscar F. (See Wilson, F. D., Livesay, and 
Carlson.) 

Carlson, Paul, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Driving mech- 
anism for washing machines. 1,602,373 ; Oct. 5. 

Carlson, Peter A., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works. Worcester. Mass. Removable tension on 
narrow-ware shuttles. 1,594,601 ; Aug. 3. 

Carlson, Thorwald A., Madison, Wis., dedicated, by mesne 
assignments, to the Citizens of the United States of 
America. Apparatus for testing fiber board. 
1,612,415; Dec. 28. 

Carlson, Walter C, Milwaukee. Wis. Advertising display 
container. 1,580,284 ; Apr. 13. 

Carlson, Walter C., Milwaukee, Wis. Knockdown carton. 
1,580,285; Apr. 13. 

Carlson. Wendell L., and G. W. Carpenter, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Electrotherapeutlc apparatus. 1,571,508 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Carlson, Wilson C. and M. W. Peterson, Ely, Minn. 
Hotne-location indicating means for automobile radi- 
ators. 1,589,681 ; June 22. 

Carlsson, Erik V. (See Hydgn, Tore G. O., and Carlsson.) 

Carlsson, John, Pittsburgh, Pa. Building block. 
1,585,374 ; May 18. 

Carlstedt, Ragnar, Stockholm. Sweden, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Area Regulators, Incorporated, New 
York, N. T. Liquid-level regulator. 1,575,816 ; Mar. 9. 

Carlstedt, Ragnar, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor to Area 
Regulators, Incorporated. Automatic humidity and 
temperature control. 1,584,213 ; May 11. 

Carlstedt, Ragnar, Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Area Regulators, Incorporated. Auto- 
matic controlling means. 1,610,422 ; Dee. 14. 

Carlton, Jack C. assignor to The Carlton Machine Tool 
Company, Cincinnati. Ohio. Clutch and brake mecha- 
nism for reversing gearing. 1,598.581 ; Aug. 31. 

Carlton Machine Tool Company, The. (See Carlton, 
Jack C, assignor.) 

Carmaek, Arthur B., assignor of one-half to A. E. Ander- 
son, Curve. Tenn. Animal trap. 1,601,848 ; Oct. 5. 

Carman, Alvin E., Calgary. Alberta, Canada. Spoon- 
supporting means. 1,580,582 ; Apr. 13. 

Carman, Charles W., Chicago, 111. Photographic print 

■ and making the same. 1.573.47S ; Feb. 16. 

Carman, Henry L., Flagstaff, Ariz. Saw handle. 
1,594,240 ; July 27. 

Carman, Herbert L., assignor to Mabie Todd & Co., New 
York, N. Y. Desk stand. Des. 71.237 ; Oct. 12. 

Carman, William H., Detroit, Mich. Piston packing. 
1.601,237; Sept. 28. 

Carmel, Frank C, assignor to A. H. Rice Co.. Pittsfield, 
Mass. Antenna. 1,609.152 ; *?ov. 30. 

Carmer, Charles H., assignor to Clark Brothers Company, 
Olean, N. Y. Notch finder for power setworks. 
1.604.878 ; Oct. 26. 

Carmichael, James H., assignor to U. S. Cartridge Com- 
pany, Lowell, Mass. Making waterproof paper tubes. 
1,571,706 ; Feb. 2. 

Carmichael, John P., Milwaukee, Wis. Toothpick. 
1,575.317; Mar. 2. 

Cant, B. O., jr., et al. (See Schmidt. Henry D., as- 
signor.) 

Carnahan, Ora B. (See Groves, R. E., and Carnahan.) 

Carnahan, Ralph W.. assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-fourth to L. A. Carver. Cleveland, Ohio. Punch 
register. 1.605,644 ; Nov. 2. 

Carnation Milk Products Company. (See Grindrod, 
George, assignor.) 

Carnegie, Herbert S. (See Rothera, L., Carnegie, and 
Wilson.) 

Carnegie Institution of Washington. (See Roberts, 
Howard S., assignor.) 

Carnegie Institution of Washington. (See Wright, 
Frederick E., assignor.) 

Carnegie, William. Sheffield, England. Turning and boring 
tool. 1,577.952 ; Mar. 23. 

Carnegie. William G., Chicago, III. Building construc- 
tion. 1.587.145 ; June 1. 

Carnes. Alfred H., assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-sixteenth to C. M. Shugert. Okemnh, Okla. Oil and 
gas separator for oil wells. 1,604.019 ; Oct. 19. 

Carnos. Almus T.. Kansas City, Mo. Automatic hose 
nozzle. 1.59S.847 ; Sept. 7. 

Carnes Artificial Limb Company. (See Carnes, William 
T., assignor. F$M 



Carnes, John W., Kewanee, 111. Piano action. 1,599,743 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Carnes, William T., assignor to Carnes Artificial Limb 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Phonograph. 1,609,241 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Carnex Display Corporation. (See Deses, L. G., and De 
Mendoza, assignors.) 

Carnohan, John W. (See Clough, Andrew M., and Carno- 
han.) 

Carnovsky, Charles V., St. Albans, Vt., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Great Eastern Laundry Machinery Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Sheet-folding mechanism. 
1,581,677 ; Apr. 20. 

Carolyn Laundry. (See Lane, Edwin, assignor.) 

Caron, Ludger J., assignor to Leominster Tool Co., Inc., 
Leominster. Mass. Expander for eyeglass rims or the 
like. 1,593,865; July 27. 

Coronia, Frank J., New York, N. Y. Sled. 1,589,110; 
June 15. 

Caroselli, Romulus, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Nathan Dreles, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tric-lighting fixture. Rel6,333 ; Apr. 20. 

Caroselli, Silvio, Detroit, Mich. Necktie. 1,592,339 ; 
July 13. 

Carow, John J., Washington, D. C. Method of orna- 
mentation. 1,572,348; Feb. 9. 

Carpe, Allen, New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Carrier signaling 
system. 1,593.619 ; July 27. 

Carpenter, Allan O., Corning, N. Y., assignor to Inger- 
soll-R.ind Company, Jersey City, N. J. Oiling device. 
1,582,120; Apr. 27. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, East Cleveland, assignor to 
Willard Storage Battery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Electrolyte for electrolytic cells. 1,600,397 ; Sept. 21. 

Carpenter, Campbell C, assignor to U. S. Light & Heat 
Corporation, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Manufacturing bat- 
tery plates. 1,603.064 ; Oct. 12. 

Carpenter, Charles E., New York, N. Y. Paper feed. 
1.572.704; Feb. 9. 

Carpenter. Charles F., Schenectady, and L. 3. Weber, 
Scotia, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Support for the windings and the movable magnetic 
members of electromagnetic devices. 1,585 630 ; 
May 18. 

Carpenter, Charles R., assignor to S. McClure, Minne- 
apolis. Minn. Thermostatic mechanism. 1,599,208; 
Sept. 7. 

Carpenter, Charles V., and R. F. Brandt, assignors to 
Dayton Portable Typewriter Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
1,584,008 ; May 11. 

Carpenter, Clyde C, Chicago, 111., assicnor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. In- 
denturing machine. 1.609.461 ; Dec. 7. 

Carpenter, Edward A. (See Gere, H. G., and Carpenter.) 

Carpenter, Edwin P., Brooklyn N. Y.. assignor to Ameri- 
can Machine and Foundry Company. Making a lami- 
nated composition. 1,60^,805 ; Oct. 26. 

Carpenter, Eugene R., Ansonville, N. C. Wrench. 
1,569,117; Jan. 12. 

Carpenter, Glenn W. (See Carlson, W. L.. and carpen- 
ter.) 

Carpenter, Guy C, Medford, Mass. Portable search- 
light. 1,592,178 ; July 13. 

Carpenter, Herbert L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. 
1,571,089 ; Jan. 26. 

Carpenter. Herbert L.. Brooklyn, N. Y, Method of and 
machine for making laminated drums. 1,606,557 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Carpenter, Herbert W., and R. V. Ligon, Byers, Tex. 
Folding table. 1,582,380; Apr. 27. 

Carpenter, Howard B.. Pueblo, Colo. Horizontal coke 
oven. 1,579,075 ; Mar. 30. 

Carpenter, Hugh, Knoxville, Tenn. Plow apparatus. 
1.605,707 ; Nov. 2. 

Carpenter, John W., El Paso, Tex. Milk-bottle holder. 
1,586,289; May 25. 

Carpenter, Mary E., Terre Haute, Ind. Brick-ice-cream 
holder. 1.607,664; Nov. 23. 

Carpenter, Paul. (See DeUenbarger, Charles E., as- 
signor.) 

Carpenter, R. F., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Malmsberg. Arvid J., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Richard J., Oakland. Calif. Steel for musical 
instruments. 1,601,429 ; Sept. 28. 

Carpenter, Robert F., and T. F. Anderson, assignors to 
The Sanymetal Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Hinge. 1.60S.299 : Nov. 23. 

Carpenter. Scott E., Memphis, Tenn. Interlocking shingle 
roof. 1,576,090 ; Mar. 9. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Queens, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Tele- 
phone-exchange system. 1,594,003 ; July 27. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Queens, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Companv. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone-exchange system. 1,600,398 : Sept. 21. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Queens, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Tele- 
phone-exchange system. 1.600.399 ; Sept. 21.. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Queens Village, assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, X. Y. 
Telephone-exchange svstem. 1.602.S09 ; Oct. 12. 



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Carpenter, Warren W., Queens, assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone-exchange system. 1.605,921 ; Nov. 9. 

Carpenter, William C, Oakland, 111. Buckle. 1,594,241 ; 
July 27. 

Carpenter, William J., Eastland, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to W. N. Hamaker, trustee, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Swab. Rel6,348 ; May 11. 

Carr, Amos J., Balboa, Canal Zone. Apparatus for in- 
dicating the cycles of internal-combustion engines. 
1.589,111 ; June 15. 

Carr, Arthur J., et al. (See Black, Burton, assignor.) 

Carr, Charles W., assignor of one-half to H. B. Carr, 
Meadow Grove, Nebr. Valve-spring lifter. 1,607,866 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Carr, Edward. (See Butler, H. G., Teichman, and Carr.) 

Carr, Edward G., Chicago, 111. Railway vehicle. 
1,584,727; May 18. 

Carr, Edward G., Chicago, 111. Concrete-road-fiuishing 
machine. 1,611,412 ; Dec. 21. 

Carr, Emroy A., Scotia, Wash. Shingling gauge. 
1,586,946 ; June 1. 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Anderson, Andrew G., as- 
signor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Carr, Fred S., assignor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Carr, Moses F., assignor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Johnson, Alfred F., as- 
signor.) 

Carr Fastener Company. (See Stevens, Seriah, assignor.) 

Carr, Fred M., Winchester, Mass. Metal strip. Des. 
70,263 ; June 1. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Lubricating apparatus. 
1,569,263 ; Jan. 12. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. 1,573,763 ; Feb. 16. 

Carr, Fred S., Newton, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener. 1,593,750 ; July 27. 

Carr, George W„ Buffalo, N. Y. Master valve. 1,60^,647 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Carr, Goldie M., Springview, Nebr. Camper's frying pan. 
1,605,215; Nov. 2. 

Carr, Harry L. (See Simons, P. W., Purnell, and Carr.) 

Carr, Harry L., Hastings, Mich. Handle fastening for 
hoes. 1,591,280 ; July 6. 

Carr, Harry L., assignor to Purnell & Carr Manufacturing 
Co., Hastings, Mich. Cultivator tooth. 1,611,337 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Carr, Henry W., San Francisco, Calif. Furnace. 
1,594,046; July 27. 

Carr, Hollis B. (See Carr, Charles W., assignor.) 

Carr, John W., Chester, Pa. Protector for picker sticks. 
1,600,312; Sept. 21. 

Carr, John W., Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada. Lathe 
center. 1,600,534; Sept. 21. 

Carr, Laurence H. A., Hale, England, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Alter- 
nating-current nrotor. 1,590,419 ; June 29. 

Carr, Leonard S. (See Ball, H. D., and Carr.) 

Carr, Mattle, Chicago, 111. Safety device. 1,572,763; 
Feb. 9. 

Carr, Moses F., Lexington, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Press. 1,580,648 ; Apr. 13. 

Carr, Moses F., Lexington, assignor to Carr Fastener Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Separable fastener. 1,604,020; 
Oct. 19. 

Carr, Peyton T., jr. (See Capen, Samuel D., jr., assignor.) 

Carr, Richard H., assignor to The Pure Oil Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Outlet structure for oil containers. 
1,568,057 ; Jan. 5. 

Carr, Robert D. (See Giblin, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Carr, Uriel A., Warren, Ohio. Window scaffold or seat 
1,572.592 ; Feb. 9. 

Carr, William C, assignor to The Automatic Transporta- 
tion Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Controller. 1,569,713 
.Tan. 12. 

Carr, William C, assignor to The Automatic Transporta 
tion Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Industrial truck 
1.577.894; Mar. 23. 

Carr, William C, assignor to The Automatic Trans- 
portation Company, Liuffalo, N. Y. Industrial truck 
1,590,496 ; June 29. 

Carr, William I., Belllngbam, Wash. Automatic dado 
equalizer, and variety woodworking machine 
1,578,801 ; Mar. 30. 

Carra, Edward W., Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia. Wood- 
working machine lor making rulers, set squares, and 
the like. 1.579.594 ; Apr. 6. 

Carrasco-Sftnchez, Manuel, Washington, D. C. Mechani- 
cal movement. 1,570,727; Jan. 26. 

Carrctt, Clara, Fort Worth, Tex. Culinary article. 
1.590,317; Sept. 7. 

Carrey, John O., assignor to Carrey-Morse Engineering 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Air compressor. 1,576,571 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Carrey, John O., assignor to Carrey-Morse Engineering 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Fluid compressor. 1,011,265 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Carrey, John O., assignor to Carrey-Morse Engineering 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Motor mounting. 1,611,266; 
Dec. 21! 

Carrey-Morse Engineering Company. (See Carrey, John 
O., assignor.) 



Carrick, Gerald S., Chicago, 111. Combustion-control de- 
vice. 1,596,579 ; Aug. 17. 

Carrie, James, Butler, Pa., assignor of one-third to C. 
Grice, Passaic, N. J., and one-third to W. D. Sawyer, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Plate-glass holder. 1,588,012; 
June 8. 

Carrier, Albert H., Asheville, N. C, assignor of one-half 
to E. W. Grove. St. Louis, Mo. Fiber material or 
product. 1,583,654; May 4. 

Carrier, Alsime, assignor of one-eighth to J. B. Pelletier, 
one-fourth to E. J. Lebrun, one-fourth to C. R. 
Violette, and one-fourth to L. Y. Violette, Van Buren, 
Me. Advertising device. 1,577,560 ; Mar. 23. 

Carrier Construction Company. (See Carrier, Willis H., 
assignor.) 

Carrier Construction Company. (See Gamble, William J., 
assignor.) 

Carrier Construction Company. (See Soule, Lawrence C, 
assignor.) 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Carrier, Willis 
H., assignor.) 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Harrison, Burt S., 
assignor.) 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Lea, Edward S., 
assignor.) 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Lewis, Leo L., 
assignor.) 

Carrier Engineering Corporation. (See Stacey, Alfred E., 
jr., assignor.) 

Carrier, Hermenegilde, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy 
Company, Amesbury, Mass. Door latch. 1,587,472 ; 
June 1. 

Carrier, Hermenegilde, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Com- 
pany, Amesbury, Mass. Check for doors. 1,593,928; 
July 27. 

Carrier, Hermenegilde, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Com- 
pany, Amesbury, Mass. Check for doors. 1,593,929 ; 
July 27. 

Carrier, Hermenegilde, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Com- 
pany, Amesbury, Mass. Stop hinge. 1,593,930 ; 
July 27. 

Carrier, Hermenegilde, assignor to G. W. J. Murphy Com- 
pany, Amesbury, Mass. Door latch. 1,597,510 ; Aug. 24. 

Carrier, John G., Hickory, N. C. Combined dadoing and 
relishing machine. 1,590,344 ; June 29. 

Carrier, John H., New Britain, Conn. Level. 1,583,957 ; 
May 11. 

Carrier, Willis H., Essex Fells, assignor to Carrier En- 
gineering Corporation, Newark, N. J. Refrigerating sys- 
tem. 1,569,214; Jan. 12. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Engineering Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Refrigerating system. 
1,575,817; Mar. 9. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Engineering Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Refrigerating system and 
method of refrigeration. 1,575,818; Mar. 9. 

Carrier, Willis H., assignor to Carrier Engineering Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Refrigerating system. 
1,575,819 ; Mar. 9. 

Carrier, Willis 1L, Essex Fells, assignor to Carrier En- 
gineering Corporation, Newark, N. J. Rotary pump 
and the like. 1,575.970; Mar. 9. 

Carrier, Willis H., Essex Fells, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Construction Company, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. Radiator or the like. 1,597,720 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Carrier, Willis H.. Essex Fells, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Construction Company, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. Radiator or heater. 1.597,721 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Canillon, Charles, assignor of one-half to J. M. Klamon, 
St. Louis, Mo. Making reenforced-concrete walls. 
1.508,265 ; Jan. 5. 

Carrillon, Charles, assignor of one-tbird to J. M. Klamon, 
St. Louis, Mo. Reenforced-concrete wall section. 
1.568.206; Jan. 5. 

Carrm, Bazel E., New York, N. Y. Display stand. Des. 
71,133; Sept. 28. 

Cnrrm, Bazel E.. New York, N. Y. Display apparatus. 
1,595,449 ; Aug. 10. 

Carroll, Alexander W., Elizabeth, N. J. Locomotive valve 
gear. 1,601,107 ; Sept. 28. 

Carroll, Andrew L., assignor of one-third to F. D. John- 
son, St. Louis. Mo. Car wheel. 1,574,231 ; Feb. 23. 

Carroll, Elbert H. (See George, J. R., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Emll J., Norwood, assignor to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dry- 
ing machine. 1,572,183 ; Feb. 9. 

Carroll, Emil J., Norwood, assignor to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Norwood Station, Ohio. 
Padding. 1.591,281 ; July 6. 

Carroll, Emil J., Norwood, assignor to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Elec- 
tric garment press. 1,603,269 ; Oct. 19. 

Carroll. Emil J., Norwood, assignor to The American 
Laundry Machinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pad- 
ding. 1,608,975; Nov. 30. 

Carroll, Fred M., assignor to The Tabulating Machine 
Company, Endicott, N. Y. Powdering machine. 
1.602,810; Oct. 12. 

Carroll, George B., Lansing. Mich. Carrier. 1,608,371 ; 
Nov. 23. 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Ill 



carroll, George J., Gainsville, Tex. Automatic grave 
closing or covering device. 1,595,223 ; Aug. 10. 

Carroll, Henry R., et al. (See MacNeill, Paul H., 
assignor. ) 

Carroll, John, assignor of one-half to E. Barber, Paterson, 
N. J. Beam'head brake for looms. 1,600,928 ; Sept. 21. 

Carroll, John E., Saginaw, Mich. Automobile spring sus- 
pension. 1,601,939 ; Oct. 5. 

Carroll, John E., assignor to Co-2 Products Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Vending machine for compressed 
gases and fluids in containers. 1,571,750 ; Feb. 2. 

Carroll, John G., assignor to Walker Vehicle Company, 
Chicago, 111. Axle for vehicles. 1,570,941 ; Jan. 26. 

Carroll, John G., assignor to Walker Vehicle Company, 
Chicago, 111. Brake construction. 1,570,942; Jan. 26. 

Carroll, John P., Chicago, 111. Trench supporting. 
1,578,230 ; Mar. 23. 

Carroll, Leo F., Chicago, 111. Handle. 1,574,790 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Carroll, Monroe W., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Sun 
Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. 
Slush-pump structure. 1,584,843 ; May 18. 

Carroll, Robert A., West Finley, and H. L. Elliott, Wash- 
ington, assignors of one-third to J. V. Elliott, Buffalo 
Township, Pa. Motor fuel. 1,587,899 ; June 8. 

Carroll, Samuel W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cover plate. 
1,573,676; Feb. 16. 

Carrol). Stewart J. (See Malone, L. J., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-acetate film composition. 
1,572,232 ; Feb. 9. 

Carroll, Stewart J., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose-nitrate composition. 
1,580,189 ; Apr. 13. 

Carroll, Thomas, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
National Cash Register Company, Dayton. Ohio. Cash 
register. 1,593.568; July 27. 

Carroll, Thomas, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cash 
register. 1,593,569 ; July 27. 

Carroll. Thomas, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Ticket printing and issuing mechanism. 1,607,435; 
Nov. 16. 

Carroll, Walter J., Detroit, Mich. Cork cover or shield. 
1,600,272; Sept. 21. 

Carroll, William J., West Haven, assignor to Sargent 
& Company, New Haven, Conn. Panic-bolt lock. 
1,568,135 ; Jan. 5. 

Carrorn Company, The. (See Beiger, John W., assignor.) 

Carruth, Clarence E. (See Schopf, A. B., and Carruth.) 

Carskadon, Ethel M., assignor of one-half to H. G. Cars- 
kadon, Richwood, W. Va. Tub bracket. 1,605,510 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Carskadon, Haven G. (See Carskadon, Ethel M., as- 
signor.) 

Carson, Charles B., assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 1,603,316 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Carson. Clarence, Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Dodge Brothers, Inc. Device for pre- 
venting the unauthorized use of motor vehicles. 
1,602,648 ; Oct. 12. 

Carson. Clarence. Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Dodge Brothers Inc. Lubricating device. 
1,606,511 ; Nov. 9. 

Carson, Clarence M., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Vulcanizing caoutchouc 
and products produced thereby. 1,603.317 ; Oct. 19. 

Carson, Foster E. (See Paddick, C. W., and Carson.) 

Carson. Prank H., Lansing, 111. Hot-air furnace. 
1.586.407: May 25. 

Carson, Harry Y., assignor to American Cast Iron Pipe 
Company, Birmingham, Ala. Pipe joint. 1,588,444 ; 
June 15. 

Carson. James, and G. Liddell, Coatbridge, assignors to 
Stewarts and Lloyds, Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Joint for pipes and other fluid conveyers and contain- 
ers. 1.607,943; Nov. 23. 

Carson, John H., assignor of one-third to S. C. Carter, 
Glendale, and one-third to A. Robinson, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Pump jack. 1,600,576: Sept. 21. 

Carson, William L., assignor to Washington Iron Works, 
Seattle, Wash. Rotative valve. 1,603,837 ; Oct. 19. 

Carson, William W., jr. (See Giesler, J. V., and Carson.) 

Carstens, Carl E. (See Frick, F. F.. and Carstens.) 

Carstens. Henry M., Oak Park, 111. Syringe. 1,569,457; 
Jan. 12. 

Cart. Charles. Le Locle. Switzerland, assignor to Suss- 
feld, Lorsch & Schimmel, New York, N. Y. Support 
intended for holding clockwork movements when being 
mounted. 1,598,598 ; Aug. 31. 

Cartaret, Paul A., Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Expressing 
press. 1,609,154 ; Nov. 30. 

Cartasso, Giacomo, Oakland, Calif. Air vehicle. 
1.600,451; Sept. 21. 

Cartee, William R., Lakewood, Ohio. Game apparatus. 
1,570.875 ; Jan. 26. 

Carter. Ainslie T.. Albany, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Railway Signal Company. Re- 
lay. 1,605,216 ; Nov. 2. 



Carter, Albert, Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to J. B. 
Blackman, Harrisburg, 111. Steel-cleaning machine. 
1,56S,958 ; Jan. 12. 

Carter, Albert C, Norwood, Ohio. Ejector fork. 
1,598,422 ; Aug. 31. 

Carter, Albert S., et al. (See Warner, Harvey J., as- 
signor. ) 

Carter, Alick L., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Grolan Manufacturing Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Liquid-level gauge. 1,589,509 ; June 22. 

Carter, Alick L., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Grolan Manufacturing Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Liquid gauge. 1,589,510 ; June 22. 

Carter, Alva J., assignor to Carter Radio Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Electrostatic condenser. 1,587,696 ; June 8. 

Carter, Andrew G., Grand Rapids, Mich. Pulley cover. 
1,593,751 ; July 27. 

Carter, Benjamin E., et al. (See Hutchinson, Louie C, 
assignor.) 

Carter, Bernard J., Kissimmee, Fla. Clamp. 1,587,820 ; 
June 8. 

Tarter Brothers. (See Gladish, John M., assignor.) 

Carter, Carey E., Portsmouth, Ohio. Rail joint. 
1,588,939; June 15. 

Carter, Carnie B., and A. E. Coxe, Pittsburgh, Pa., as- 
signors to S. Karpen & Bros., Chicago, 111. Producing 
chlor-derivatives of methane. 1,572,513 ; Feb. 9. 

Carter, Charles K., Los Angeles. Calif. Motor-driven 
woodworking tool. 1,601,610; Sept. 28. 

Carter, Chester C, Perryton, Tex. Pump. 1,569,714 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Carter, Christopher C-, Omaha, Nebr. Phonograph-record 
cabinet. 1,599,039 ; Sept. 7. 

Carter, Clarence W., Minneapolis, Minn. Liquid-flow- 
measuring device. 1.583,574 ; May 4. 

Carter, Clarence W., Minneapolis, Minn. Self-adjustable 
shaft bearing. 1.606.747 ; Nov. 16. 

Carter, Clarence W., assignor to Carter-Mayhew Manu- 
facturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Scalper. 
1,568,267 : Jan. 5. 

Carter, Clark E., assignor to Aladdin Cinema Company, 
Limited, Montreal, Canada. Electrical conductor. 
1,596,152; Aug. 17. 

Carter, Claud, assignor of one-half to F. Jonas, Adairville, 
Ky. Cultivator. 1,611,511; Dec. 21. 

Carter, Cleason C. (See Hysell, E. J., and Carter.) 

Carter, Daniel G., Greenville, Tenn. Shoe last. 
1,592,722 ; July 13. 

Carter, David T. (See Emley, J. C., and Carter.) 

Carter, Edward B. (See Northrop, Herbert N., assignor.) 

Carter, Edward B.. Boston, Mass. Guide assembly. 
1.593,689 ; July 27. 

Carter, Edward B., assignor of one-half to C. A. Bower- 
man, Los Angeles, Calif. Washer feeder. 1,590,080; 
June 22. 

Carter, Evershed. (See Carter, Frank and E.) 

Carter, Ezra C, Jesup, Ga. Shot-splitting machine. 
1,594,242 ; July 27. 

Carter, Frank and E., Stamford, England. Fuel-injection 
mechanism for internal-combustion engine. 1,591,212 ; 
July 6. 

Carter, Frank and E., assignors of one-third to G. M. 
Blackstone, Stamford, Lincoln, England. Internal-com- 
bustion engine. 1,597,264 ; Aug. 24. 

Carter, George R., Company, The. (See Bolender, J. D., 
and Creamer, assignors.) 

Carter, George R., Company, The. (See Creamer, Edgar 
R., assignor.) 

Carter, Harry D., Harrisburg, 111. Measuring device. 
1,602,336 ; Oct. 5. 

Carter, Howard G., Detroit, Micb. Making water bags. 
1,570,128 ; Jan. 19. 

Carter, Howard G., Detroit, Mich. Abdominal water bag. 
1.603,001; Oct. 12. 

Carter, James E., et al. (See Dargue, Walter, assignor.) 

Carter, John J., and A. Miltner, assignors to General 
Motors Corporation, Anderson, Ind. Winding machine. 
1,609,929; Dec. 7. 

Carter, John W. (See Thompson, J. H„ and Carter.) 

Carter, John W., assignor of one-third to W. I. Luckie 
and one-third to M. C. Luckie, Arlington, Tex. Cleaner- 
brush attachment for the rotary drums of cotton-gin 
feeders. 1,584,077; May 11. 

Carter, Lionel A., St. Louis, Mo. Friction gearing. 
1.575.252; Mar. 2. 

Carter, Lionel A., St. Louis, Mo. Gear-lapping machine. 
1,589,310; June 15. 

Carter, Llewellyn L., Los Angeles, Calif. Tide and wave 
power generator. 1,604,632 ; Oct. 26. 

Carter, Louis E., Kansas City, Kans. Lock mechanism. 
1.593.435; July 20. 

Carter, Martin E., Philadelphia, Pa. Juice strainer. 
1,594,999 ; Aug. 3. 

Carter-Mayhew Manufacturing Company. (See Carter, 
Clarence W., assignor.) 

Carter, Mitchell, Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to 
Thermic Generating Company. Oil burner. 1,577,405 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Carter, Mitchell. Salt Lake City, Utah. Fluid-holding 
tov. 1,603,513 ; Oct. 19. 

Carter, O. D., et al. (See Robb, Alex L., assignor.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Carter, Oscar M., Houston, Tex. Expansive and contrac- 
tive deep-well drill. 1,597,143 ; Aug. 24. 
Carter, Oscar M., Houston, Tex. Roller cutter. 1,597,144; 

Aug. 24. 
Carter Radio Company. (See Carter, Alva J., assignor.) 
Carter. Ray L., Syracuse, N. Y. Blower for routing ma- 
chines. 1.581,719 ; Apr. 20. 
Carter, Ray L., Syracuse, N. Y. Flexible shoe for rout- 
ing machines. 1,581,720 ; Apr. 20. 
Carter, Ray L., Syracuse, N. Y. Portable routing and 

profiling machine. 1,584,078 ; May 11. 
Carter, Ray L., Phoenix, N. Y. Gauge for shaping ma- 
chines. 1,604,679 ; Oct. 26. 
Carter, Ray L., Phoenix, N. Y. Counterbalance mecha- 
nism. 1,608,720; Nov. 30. 
Carter, Robert J., Apia,' Western Samoa. Coconut split- 
ter. 1,577.953; Mar. 23. 
Carter, Samuel C, et al. (See Carson, John H., as- 
signor.) 
Carter, Samuel W., Washington, D. C. Propeller. 

Rel6,387 : July 20. 
Carter, Thomas J., Florence, S. C. Drifting valve. 

1.603,514 ; Oct. 19. 
Carter, Thurman C, and A. R. Best, Joplin, Mo., as- 
signors to The Eagle-Picher Lead Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Oil-well plug. 1,609,153: Nov. 30. 
Carter, Walker, Baltimore, Md. Transmission-shifting 

lever. 1,577,011 ; Mar. 16. 
Carter, William, Company, The. (See Drumheller, Wil- 
liam P., assignor.) 
Carter, William, Company,. The. (See Redmond, Harriet 

L., assignor.) 
Carter, William L., assignor to Waterloo Register Com- 
pany, Waterloo, Iowa. Air register. 1,601,469 ; Sept. 28. 
Carter, William O., Madisonville. Tex. Hydrocarbon 

burner. 1,611,885 ; Dec. 28. 
Carter, William W.. Needham, Mass. Impregnating cel- 
lulose fibers. 1,598,640 ; Sept. 7. 
Carter's Ink Company, The. (See De Witt, William P., 

assignor. ) 
Cartmill, Loyd E. (See Yates, L. L., Cartmill, and 

Reynolds.) 
Cartoning Machinery Corporation. (See Hohl, George I., 

assignor.) 
Cartwright, Albert D., Toledo, assignor to The Road Grip 
Horse Shoe Company, Columbus, Ohio. Horseshoe. 
1,597.657 ; Aug. 24. 
Cartwright. Edney B., Chattanqoga. Tenn. Flower stand. 

Des. 71.575 ; Dec. 7. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The Geo. 
W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 69,737; Mar. 23. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rug. 
Des. 70.053; May 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. X, assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rug. 
Des. 70,054 : May 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rug. 
Des. 70,055 : Mav 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton. N. J., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rug. 
Des. 70,056: May 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. .L, assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rug. 
Pes. 70.057: May 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton. N. J., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des_ 70.058 ; May 4. 
Cartwright, FranK, Trenton. N. J., assignor to 'The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70,059" May 4 
Cartwricht, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70,060; May 4. 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton. N, J., assignor to "The 
Ooo. w. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum nr 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70,061 • Mav 4 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor' to 'The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Linoleum or 
similar bard-surfaced covering. Des. 70.0(!'> • Mav 4 
Cartwricht, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor" to 'The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaeod covering. Des. 70.063 • Mir 4 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. .T., assignor to The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70 064- Mav A 
Cartwright, Frank, Trenton. N. .L, assignor to The 
nr»o. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia. Ta. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70 06.". • Mav 4 
Cnrtwrisrht, Frank, Trenton. N. ,L, assignor to 'The 
Geo. W. Blabon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70 006 • Mav 4 
Cnrtwri/fht, Frank, Trenton. N. ,L, assignor to 'The 
Geo. W. Blnhon Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or 
similar article. Pes. 70.067: Mav 4 

rleht. Frank. Trenton. N. J..' assignor to The 
V,-. pinhon Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Rug or similar 
nrrfdo. n»s-. vn.ocs ; May -i 
Carrwrlerhfc /■"■■■hiIc. Trenton, N. J., assignor to The 

CSen TV Rlnhnn Co .. Philadelphia. Pa Linoleum or 
similar hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70,069 ; May 4 



Cartwright, Frank, Trenton, N. J., assignor to The Geo. 
W. Blabon Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Linoleum or similar 
hard-surfaced covering. Des. 70,401 ; June 22. 

Carusi, Charles F. (See Moebs, Joseph J., assignor.) 
Caruso, Domenik, et al. (See Cobros, John M.. assignor.) 
Caruso, John D.. assignor of one-half to M. C. Schweinert, 

New York, N. Y. Hair cutter. 1,608,581 : Nov. 30. 
Caruso, Joseph, et al. (See Cobros, John M., assignor.) 

Caruso, Louis, Irvington, N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Automatic coupler for 
toy trains. 1.608.300 ; Nov. 23. 

Caruso, Mario, Naples, Italy, assignor to The Lionel Cor- 
poration. Toy car wheel. Rel6,351 ; May 18. 

Caruso, Mario, Irvington, N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation. Toy house. 1,599,513 : Sept. 14. 

Carvalho, Leslie R. N., assignor to The Closure Service 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Cap for bottles or other con- 
tainers. 1,600,798 ; Sept. 21. 

Carver, Clifton O.. Wollaston, assignor to C. R. English. 
Jamaica Plain, Mass. Wear pad for chair seats and 
the like. 1,596.580; Aug. 17. 

Carver Cotton Gin Company. (See McLean, Robert W., 
assignor.) 

Carver, Fred S.. East Orange, N. J. Platen for pot 
presses. 1,570.433 ; Jan. 19. 

Carver. Fred S., East Orange, N. J. Self-contained pot 
press. 1,607,722 ; Nov. 23. 

Carver, George W., East Orange, N. J. Wheeled toy. 
1.586,608 ; June 1. 

Carver, James H., Carman, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Making blanks for noiseless gears. 
1.573.629 ; Feb. 16. 

Carver, Leo A. (See Carnahan, Ralph W.. assignor.) 

Carver. Ray C, Grand Junction, Colo. Adjustable angle 
wrench. 1,568,442 : Jan. 5. 

Carver, William, Cleveland, assignor to R. P. Stoddard, 
Lakewood. Ohio. Brick wall construction. 1,601,106 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Cary, Edward D., Now York, N. Y. Mold-handling ap- 
paratus. Rel6,424 : Sept. 21. 

Cary, Harold. Council Bluffs, Iowa. Automatic scale 
stop. 1,600.754; Sept. 21. 

Cary, Henry J., Saukvillp, Wis. Blowtorch. 1,611,816 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Cary, Hunsdon, Richmond. Va. Height-measuring device 
for persons. 1,608,771 ; Nov. 30. 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See Cary, Spencer C, as- 
signor.) 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See McChesney, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Cary Manufacturing Co. (See Ragona, V., and McFauI 
assignors.) 

Cary. Melbert B., New York, N. Y. Lamp structure. 
1,573.805; Feb. 23. 

Carv, Spencer C, assignor to Carv Manufacturing Co., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Welding. Rel6.276 ; Feb. 23. 

Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell. Spain. Drawing mecha- 
nism for textile rovings. 1,596,804 ; Aug. 17. 

Casaccia, Julius, San Francisco, Calif. Match holder, 
ejector, and lighter. 1,600,622: Sept. 21. 

Casaclanc. Cornelio E-. Detroit, Mich. Moistening device. 
1,600,095; Sept. 14. 

Casale, Antonio J., Washington. D. C. and A. D'Aless- 
andro. Hyattsvillle. Md. Barber chair. 1,612.416; 
Dec. 28. 

Casarotti, Romeo A. (See Newcomb, J. C. and Casarotti.) 

Cascia, Angelo, Philadelphia, Pa. Shoe. 1,583,958 ; 
May 11. 

Case, Arthur D. (See Wagner, H. W.. Case, and Gedney.) 

Case, Arthur E., assignor to Indiana Manufacturing & 
Electric Co.. Marion. Ind. Lamp. 1,611.267 ; Dec. 21. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Morgan 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car dumper. 1,570,943: 
Jan. 26. 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman-Seaver-Mor- 
gan Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rotarv car dumper. 
1.571.233: Feb. 2. 

Case. Francis M., Cleveland, assignor to The Enterprise 
Manufacturing Company. Akron, Ohio. Fishing reel. 
l,57ft.07fl : Mar. 30. 

Case, Francis M., Cleveland, assignor to The Enterprise 
Manufacturing Companv. Akron, Ohio. Automatic fish- 
ing reel. 1,579,191; Mar. 30. 

Case, Francis M., Cleveland, assignor to Federal Porce- 
lain' Company. Carey, Ohio. Nail-knob assembly. 
1.589.939 : June 22. 

Case, Francis M.. Cleveland, assignor to Federal Porce- 
lain Company, Carey. Ohio. Nail-knob assembling and 
securing machine. 1.. "SO. 940; June 22. 

Case. Grace H.. Excelsior, Minn. Buckle guard. 
J. 592. 517 ; .Tulv 18. 

Case. J. L. riow Works Compnny. (See Hendrlekson, 
Robert O.. asslcnorA 

Case, J. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Caughey, 
Uobert C. assignor.) 

Case, .T. I., Threshing Machine Company. (See Cobnrn, 
Ernest, assignor.! 

Case. .1. L Threshing Machine Company. (See Mac- 
Oro^or, Wallace F.. alienor.) 

Case, James L., South Chicago. 111. Awning. 1,611,413; 
Dec. 21. 

Case, John D.. Olean. N. Y. Combined nx and blade 
guard therefor. 1.574,232; Feb. 23. 



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Case, Leon G., Eagle Eock, Calif. Tool-sharpening de- 
vice. 1,581,919 ; Apr. 20. 

Case, Lynn B., Highland Park, assignor to John Waldron 
Corporation, New Brunswick, N. J. Pole for festoon 
drying. 1.603,065; Oct. 12. 

Case, Oscar B., J. Bachman, and R. E. Rhoades, Williams- 
port, Pa. Receptacle closure. 1,586,781 ; June 1. 

Case, Paul, San Quentin, Calif. Portable electric brush. 
1,578,013 ; Mar. 23. 

Case Research Laboratory Incorporated. (See Case, Theo- 
dore W., assignor.) 

Case, Robert W. (See Lavender, Samuel C, assignor.) 

Case, Theodore W., Scipio, N. Y., assignor to Case Re- 
search Laboratory Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Manu- 
facturing mirrors. 1,584,728 ; May 18. 

Case, Theodore W., Auburn, N. Y., assignor to Case Re- 
search Laboratory Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Micro- 
phone. 1.588,168 ; June 8. 

Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 
Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Microphone. 1,588,169 ; 
June 8. 

Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 
Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for translating sound-wave variations. 1,588,170 ; 
June 8. 

Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Reproducing apparatus. 

1,593,690; July 27. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory, 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Transparent covering for 

slot. 1,605,526 ; Nov. 2. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Reproducing apparatus. 

1,605,527; Nov. 2. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Slot unit. 1,605,528 ; 

Nov. 2. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated. Auburn, N. Y. Slot unit. 1,605,529 ; 

Nov. 2. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Producing slot units. 

1,605,530 ; Nov. 2. 
Case, Theodore W., assignor to Case Research Laboratory 

Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. Slot unit. 1,605,531 ; 

Nov. 2. 

Casein Manufacturing Co., The. (See Dunham, Andrew 

A., assignor.) 
Casey, Arthur L., Vicksburg, Miss. Car door. 1,583,443 ; 

May 4. 
Casey, Frederick H., Gardner, Mass. Inkwell. 1,596,920: 

Aug. 24. 
Casey, Homer F., Ramsey, 111. Brooder. 1,601,719 ; 

Oct. 5. 
Casey, Howard T. (See Nilson, Frederick C, assignor.) 
Casey, James D., Glenwood, Ala. Railway crossing. 

1,610,490 ; Dec. 14. 
Casey, John If., Portland, Oreg. Mold. 1,589,742; 

June 22. 

Casey, John J., Gloucester, Mass. Pipe hanger. 

1,576,307 ; Mar. 9. 
Casey, John J., Gloucester, Mass., assignor to Kant Clog 

Specialty Company. Strainer for gasoline. 1,574,365 ; 

Feb. 23. 

Casey, Stephen M., San Francisco, Calif. Door. 
1,572,184 ; Feb. 9. 

Casey, Thomas F., Washington, D. C. Can machine. 
1,572,514; Feb. 9. 

Casgrain, Louis A., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Convey- 
ing apparatus. 1,576,716 ; Mar. 16. 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Terry, Charles M., assignor.) 

Cash, Charles, and N. E. Wilson, Johnson City, Tenn. 
Whistle. 1,600,929; Sept. 21. 

Cash, Dave. (See Musser, Benjamin F., assignor.) 

Cashiere, Antonio, Blairsville, Pa. Adjustable platform 
for fire apparatus. 1,597,265 ; Aug. 24. 

Cashiko Machine Company. (See Schimek, Joseph F., as- 
signor.) 

Cashman, Thomas W., London, England. Furnace. 
1.576,174: Mar. 9. 

Cashman. William E.. Providence, R. I. Scaffold bracket. 
1.599,209; Sept. 7. 

Cashoty, George. New York, N. Y. Boat-propulsion mech- 
anism. 1.576,409 ; Mar. 9. 

Casna, Charles J., assignor of one-fourth to A. P. J. Pinel 
and one-fourth to A. Pinel, Quincy, Mass. Internal- 
combustion engine. 1.578.5S1 ; Mar. 30. 

Casner, Thaddeus S., Plainfield. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Electric Clock Corporation, New 
York. N. Y. Mechanism for synchronizing clocks. 
1,575.096 ; Mar. 2. 

Cason, Dick K., jr.. Nacogdoches, Tex. Jack for pumps 
and the like. 1,579,514 ; Apr. 6. 

Cason, Dick K.. jr.. Nacogdoches, Tex. Electrical de- 
bydrator. 1,579,515 ; Apr. 6. 

Caspar, Charles H., Philadelphia. Pa. Dealcoholization 
of beverages and the like. 1.598.601 ; Sept. 7. 

Caspar, Charles H.. Philadelphia, Pa. Prenaring an 
ice-cream mix. 1,606,512 : Nov. 9. 

Caspar, Charles J. (See Young, C. B„ and Caspar.) 



Casper, George D., New York, assignor of one-half to 
W. W. Schusky, Long Island City, N. Y. Drain trap. 
1,571,707 ; Feb. 2. 

Casper, William L., Brooklyn, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
mission circuits. 1,573,913 ; Feb. 23. 

Casper, William L.. Brooklyn, assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Trans- 
mission circuits. 1,607.978 ; Nov. 23. 

Casper, William L., Brooklyn, and H. Whittle, assignors 
to Western Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, 
N. Y. Transformer circuits. 1,585,018 ; May 18. 

Cass, Christopher P., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Automatic drain valve. 1,527,185 ; Feb. 9. 

Cass, Christopher P., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to The 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Automotive brake. 1,585,762 ; May 25. 

Cassaday, Ormond F., assignor to Kellogg Switchboard 
and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Composite ringer 
circuits. 1.577,690 ; Mar. 23. 

Cassaretto, Frederick J.. Stockton, Calif. Direction sigual 
for vehicles. 1,579,516 ; Apr. 6. 

Cassel, John K., Ainsworth, Nebr. Filing envelope. 
1,606,694; Nov. 9. 

Cassell, Andrew T., and C. N. Flinn, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Machine for shredding cans. 1,598,364 ; Aug. 31. 

Cassell, Osborne C, Winchester, Va., assignor to Cromp- 
ton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Shuttle 
box for looms. 1,610,491 ; Dec. 14. 

Cassell, Walter C, and C. K. Springfield, assignors of 
one-half to The Texas Carbon Industries, Inc.. Breckeu- 
ridge, Tex. Process and apparatus for bolting carbon 
black. 1,573,373 ; Feb. 16. 

Cassella, Toy, San Francisco, Calif. Charge-forming de- 
vice. 1,603,660; Oct. 19. 

Cassetty, William M., jr. (See Alford, W. C, and 
Cassetty.) 

Cassidy, George W., New York, N. Y. Electric switch. 
1,581,785 ; Apr. 20. 

Cassidy, John H. (See Ballman, Edwin C, assignor.) 

Cassidy, Perry, Riverside, Conn., assignor to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Bayonne, N. J. Apparatus for 
treating oils. 1,582.899 ; May 4. 

Cassin, William A., et al. (See Harris, James E., as- 
signor.) 

Castagna, Vito. (See Giudice, Calogero, assignor.) 

Castanaro, .Tiro, assignor to myself and C. Bozich. Akron, 
Ohio. Cap. 1,610,745 ; Dec. 14. 

Casteel, Stephen C, and O. W. E., Broockmann, Point 
Marion, Pa. Check carrying and depositing device. 
1,579,208 : Apr. 0. 

Castelazo. Francisco, et al. (See Dulche, Carlos, as- 
signor.) 

Castelazo, Juan B., jr., et al. (See Dulche', Carlos, as- 
signor.) 

Castellan, Ginlio, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Fish gun. 
1.571,751 ; Feb. 2. 

Castelli, "Vittorio. (See Soncini, C, and Castelli.) 

Casteran. Juan G., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tire. 
1,582,575 ; Apr. 27. 

Castetter, Luther L., Indianapolis, Ind. Chiropractic 
table. 1.577,785; Mar. 23. 

Casting Research, Inc. (See Wiechert, G. A., and Judd, 
assignors.) 

Castle, Egbert H., assignor to Comstock-Castle Stove 
Company, Quincy, 111. Gas-cock-locking device. 
1,569,458; Jan. 12. 

Castouguay, Leger S., assignor to The Williams Foundry 
and Machine Company. Akron, Ohio. Vulcanizer. 
1,582,900 ; May 4. 

Castro, Benjamin, Long Beach, Calif. Baker's oven- 
cleaning device. 1,584.214 ; May 11. 

Caswell, Dominick, Watertown, N. Y. Oil burner. 
1,604.842 ; Oct. 26. 

Caswell-Runyan Co. (See Lamb, David C, assignor.) 

Gate, Luther. Baltimore. Md.. J. B. Ashcraft, Lexington, 
Ky., and R. E. Wagner, Akron, Ohio. Coin-return ma- 
chine. 1,601,108 ; Sept. 28. 

Gate, Thomas M., Norfolk, Va. Rail joint and rail. 
1,578,263 ; Mar. 30. 

Catell. Carl V., Bangor, Me. Cash reregister system. 
1,609,155 ; Nov. 30. 

Catenaro, Nicholas A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Brake for motor 
vehicles. 1,570,717 : Mar. 16. 

Cater, William H., Chicago, 111. Weight for sinking well 
casings. 1.569,000 ; Jan. 12. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Ball, Charles F., assignor. ) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Best. Clarence L., assignor.! 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Coburn, Ernest, assignor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Thoen, Lowell H., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See TJdall, Phillip A., assignor.) 

Cates, Franklin O., St. Louis, Mo. Bow. 1,584,729; 
May IS. 

Cathcart, Joseph M:, Merriton, Ontario, assignor of 
one-half to E. S. Crabtree, Montreal. Quebec, Cam: da. 
Paper-making machine. 1.568,363 ; Jan. 5. 

Cathrill, Jack, Los Angeles, Calif. Lamp. 1.001,293 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Catlett, Gibson. Chicago, 111. Combination mounting and 
frame r> es . 71,101 ; Sept. 21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Gatlin, De Forest B., Boston, Mass. Therapeutic device. 
1,590,283 ; June 29. 

Catlin, Robert M., Franklin, N. J., assignor to Catlin 
Shale Products Company, New York, N. Y. Method 
and apparatus for distillation of carbonaceous ma- 
terial. Rel6,252; Jan. 12. 

Catlin Shale Products Company. (See Catlin, Robert 
M., assignor.) 

Catlin, Wicfield, Rockville, assignor of one-half to C. A. 
Weaver, Hillsboro, Ind. Animal trap. 1,580,583 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Cattaneo, Giustino, Milan, Italy. Fluid-brake operator. 
1,577,105; Mar. 16. 

Cattell, W. J., et al. (See Warner, Harvey J., assignor.) 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Fishing reel. 1,575,619; 
Mar. 9. 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Throw-off reel. 1,588,873 ; 
June 15. 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Level-winding device for 
fishing reels. 1.608.490 ; Nov. 30. 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Fishing reel. 1,612,177; 
Dec. 28. 

Catucci, Pliny, Newark, N. J. Fishing-line reel. 
1,612.178 ; Dec. 2S. 

Caudle, William E., Greensboro, N. C. Burglar alarm. 
1,593,932; July 27. 

Caudrelier, Edmond, Paris, France. Machine for the 
manufacture of tickets or labels. 1,573,677 ; Feb. 16. 

Caudwell, John W. (See Garford. F. S., and Caudwell.) 

Caughey, Robert C, Dixon, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to J. I. Case Threshing Machine Com- 
pany, Racine. Wis. Plow lift. 1,604,338 ; Oct. 26. 

Caughlan, John H., Oakland, Calif. Ingredient for print- 
ing inks. 1,578,582 ; Mar. 30. 

Caughlan, John H., Oakland, Calif. Printing ink. 
1.586,947 ; June 1. 

Caughlan, Martha W., Oakland, assignor to American 
Woodlite Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Headlight 
reflector. 1.577,352 ; Mar. 16. 

Caughlin. William T., Bessemer, Ala. Flying machine. 
1.598,554 ; Aug. 31. 

Caulk. L. D.. Company, The. (See Grier, G. L., and 
Pilling, assignors.) 

Canlkins, Cecil P. (See Davison, G. C. and Caulkins.) 

Causey, Daniel W., Norfolk, Va. Workbox suitable as 
a darning last or the like. 1,583,245 ; May 4. 

Causey, John O. (See Gardner, J. A., and Causey.) 

Causey, Joseph W., Electric Mills. Miss. Adjustable guide 
for band saws. 1.593.436 ; July 20. 

Cavagnaro, John J., San Francisco, Calif. Metal-bend- 
ing machine. 1,610,201 ; Dec. 7. 

Cavagnaro, Nicholas J., Richmond Hill, and C. Ambrette, 
assignors to Cevasco Cavagnaro & Ambrette, Inc., 
Brooklyn. N. Y. Kneading machine. 1,604.970; Nov. 2. 

Cavalla, Agostino. (See Boggero, L., Cavalia, and 
Morsam.) 

Cavalli, Salvator F., Utica, N. Y., assignor of one-half to 
F. Ruggero. Wilmington. Del. Vehicle talking horn. 
1,612.607 ; Dec. 28. 

Cavalluzzi, Vito W., New York, N. Y. Foot rest. 
1.589,941 ; June 22. 

Cavanagh, John F., assignor to Apco Manufacturing 
Companv, Providence, R. I. Brake mechanism. 
1,606.144; Nov. 9. 

Cavanagh. John F., assignor to Apco Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. Autirattling device. 1.010,929 ; 
Pec. 14. 

Cnvanah, Howard E., assignor to Randall Control and 
Hydrometric Corporation. Bos Angeles, Calif. Elevator- 
door-control system. 1,579.754; Apr. 6. 

Cnvnnna. Eugene L.. Chicago, 111. Shoe support and form. 
1.570.295: .Ton. 19. 

Cave, Henry. Springfield. Mass. Dustpan. 1,579,279; 
Apr. 0. 

Cave, Henry, Hartford. Conn., assignor to G. R. S. Prod- 
ucts. Inc., New York N. Y. Dishwashing machine. 
1.570.290; Jan. 19. 

Cave, Henry, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Buxton. In- 
corporated, Springfield, Mass. Key case. 1,584,844; 
May 18. 

Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Dental plate brush. 1,588,940 ; 
June 15. 

Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Collapsible receptacle. 1,598.119; 
Aug. 81. 

Caver. William II., Boonville, Miss. Skillet. 1.508,798: 
Jan. 5. 

Cnverly. Harry C., East Orange. N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 
Telephone-exchange system. 1,595.072 ; Aug. 10. 

Cavleclil. Ercole, Quincy. Mass. Base and floor border 
polishing machine. 1,571.571; Feb. 2. 

Cavicchl. Roland, Quincy. Mass. Surfacing machine and 
surfacing tool. 1.609,508: Dec. 7. 

Cavins. Omar A., Laredo, Tex. Well tool. 1.591,511; 
July 6. 

Cavins. Omar A., Los Angeles, Calif. Well tool. 
1.601,430; Sept. 28. 

Cavltt, John C, Weirtou, W. Va. Gas-reclaimer oil 
saver and filter for internal-combustion engines. 
1,000,004; Sept. 21. 



Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Record molder. 
1,594,662 ; Aug. 3. 

Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Daylight projecting 
system. 1,610,423 ; Dec. 14. 

Caylor, Jefferson, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Box Company, Chicago, 111. Box. 1,594,451 ; Aug. 3. 

Caylor, Jefferson, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Box Company, Chicago, 111. Box. 1.594,452 ; Aug. 3. 

Caylor, Jefferson, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Box Company, Chicago, 111. Box. 1,595,599 ; Aug. 10. 

Caylor, Jefferson, Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Box Companv, Chicago, 111. Box. 1,611,414 ; Dec. 21. 

Cayo, Julius N., Buchanan, Mich. Top. 1,571,708; 
Feb. 2. 

Caywood, Lemuel J., Monterey Park, Calif. Bag rack. 
1,568,877 ; Jan. 5. 

Ceasar, Paul, Brooklyn, N. Y. Steaming device for yarns. 
1,571,930 ; Feb. 9. 

Cecero, Ralph S.. Waterbury, Conn. Automatic machine 
gun. 1.595.993 ; Aug. 17. 

Cecero, Ralph S., Waterbury, Conn. Train-stopping 
mechanism. 1.604.564; Oct. 26. 

Cech, Edward M., Long Prairie, Minn. Scrubbing ma- 
chine. 1,591,282 : July 6. 

Cecil, Howard L., Dallas, Tex. Instrument for removing 
ureteral calculi. 1,612,697 ; Dec. 28. 

Cecil, Morris L., New York, N. Y. Ice-cream disher. 
1.607.115: Nov. 16. 

Cecil, Otto C. (See Nagorski, J. F., and Cecil.) 

Cederberg, Ivar W., Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
Norsk Hydro-Elektrisk Kvaelstofaktieselskab, Christl- 
ania, Norway. Production of catalyzers for the syn- 
thesis of ammonia. 1,570,333 ; Jan. 19. 

Cederberg, Ivar W., Lidingo-Brevik, near Stockholm, 
Sweden, M. F.iellanger, and V. Griiner, Skoien, assignors 
to Norsk Hydro-Elektrisk Kvaelstofaktieselskab, Chris- 
tiania, Norway. Catalyst for synthesis of ammonia. 
1,589,682 ; June 22. 

Cederlof, Borge, Stavanger, Norway. Manacles, hand- 
cuffs, and the like. 1.570,458 ; Jan. 19. 

Cederquist, Milton O., Buffalo, assignor to J. E. Greena- 
walt, New York, N. Y. Handling material to be sin- 
tered. 16,10,424; Dec. 14. 

Cederquist, Nils H., Alhambra, Calif. Variable-pitch pro- 
peller. 1.582,160 ; Apr. 27. 

Cedillo, Nick G., Houston, Tex. Transmission mechanism. 
1,600,317; Sept. 21. 

Ceelen, Jan, assignor to Rotterdamsche Machinefabriek 
"Braat", Rotterdam, Netherlands. Davit. 1,578,583 ; 
Mar. 30. 

>ffaratti, John. (See Furcolo, Ciriachino, assignor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Boeck, Percy A., assignor.) 

Celite Company, The, (See Caldwell, Lyle, assignor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Calvert. Robert, assignor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Elsenbast, Arthur S., as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Endres, Herbert A., as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Irvin, Webb T., assignor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Knight, Arthur W., as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Stockton, McKinley, as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Teitsworth, Clark S., as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Thatcher, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Thatcher, H. S., and Josi, 
assignors.) 

Celite Company, The. (See Wig. Rudolph J., assignor.) 

Celite Companv. The. (See Zoul, Charles V., assignor.) 

Cell, Charles W., Riverside, Calif. Fastening device. 
1,589,049; June 15. 

Cellino, Atillio, Rome, Italy. Primary and secondary elec- 
tric cell. 1.609.092 ; Dec. 7. 

Cello Products Incorporated'. (See Colle, Jules J. and 
A., assignors.) 

Cello Products Incorporated. (See Mueller, Max, as- 
signor.) 

Celluloid Company, The. (See Lindsay, William G., as- 
signor.) 

Celluloid Company, The. (See Stevens, J. H., and Lind- 
say, assignors.) 

Cement Gun Company. (See Rahilly, Harold J., as- 
signor.) 

Cement Gun Construction Co. (See Dewey, Clarence L., 
assignor.) 

Cement Gun Construction Company. (See Forster, Alois 
W., assignor.) 

Cement Gun Construction Co. (See Schaefer, John V., 
assignor.) 

Cenek, Robert R. (See Pearce, Edward E., assignor.) 

Centerville Gypsum Company. (See Malloy, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Centlivere, John L.. Laramie, Wyo. Clothespin. 
1.607,045 : Nov. 23. 

Centra Handels- & Industrie A.-G. (See Michel, Her- 
mann, assignor.) 

Central Alloy Steel Corporation. (See Frahm, Carl A.. 
assignor.) 

Central Alloy Steel Corporation. (See Lehman, Edward 
(!., assignor.) 



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Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



115 



Central Brass Manufacturing Company, The. (See Mor- 
timer, John N., assignor.) 

Central Machine Works Co. (See Cullen, Harry E., as- 
signor.) 

Central Scientific Company. (See Klopsteg, Paul E., as- 
signor.) 

Central Scientific Company. (See Klopsteg, P. E., and 
Mann, assignors.) 

Central Specialty Company. (See Lonskey, John H., as- 
signor.) ' 

Central Steel Company, The. (See Orr, William S., 
assignor.) 

Central Trust Company of Illinois. (See Speer, Alexander 
S., assignor.) 

Central Trust Company of Illinois et al. (See Speer, 
Alexander S., assignor.) 

Central Trust Company of Illinois et al., trustees. (See 
Speer, Alexander S., assignor.) 

I'emre Lighting Fixture Mig. Co. (See Novin, Joseph, 
assignor.) 

Century Hoist Manufacturing Company. (See Dunn, 
C, and Rishell, assignors.) 

Century Mop Corporation. (See Lamb, Henry W., as- 
signor.) 

Century Silver Manufacturing Company. (See Weisen- 
freind, Isak, assignor.) 

Ceperly, Walter K., Chicago, 111. Removable-section book, 
1,598,555 ; Aug. 31. 

Cerf, Emile. (See Griewank, Arthur C, assignor.) 

Cervelli, Blanche. (See Whartou, Edith, assignor.) 

Cesa, Joseph M., Antioch, Calif. Combined houst-heat- 
ing and vacuum-cleaning system. 1,597,312 ; Aug. 24. 

Cesa, Joseph M., Antioch, Calif. Air-heating attachment 
for fireplaces. 1,609,693 ; Dec. 7. 

Cesareo, Angelo, Brooklyn, N. Y. Grave candle. 

_ 1,601,677 ; Sept. 28. 

Ceskomoravsha-Kolben Akciova Spolechost. (See Jezbera, 
Oldlich. assignor.) 

Cevasco Cavagnaro & Ambrette, Inc. (See Cavagnaro, 
N. J., and Ambrette, assignors.) 

Chabot, Ephraim H. (See Sevigng, H. A., and Chabot.) 

Cuace, James B., Tiverton, R. I. Belt shifter. 1,582,731; 
Apr. 27. 

Chace, William M., Detroit, Mich. Temperature-control 
device for laundry washing machines. 1,575,188 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Chadborn, Frederic C, Kewburgh, N. Y. Transmission 
device. 1,596,153 ; Aug. 17. 

Chadborn, Frederic C, Newburgb, N. Y. Automatic heat- 
ing and ventilating system. 1,607,054 ; Nov. 16. 

Chadd, Benjamin T. It., et al. (See Hayden, Edwin R., 
assignor.) 

Chadeayne, George D., New Haven, Conn. Air-relief 
valve. 1,598,241 ; Aug. 31. 

Chadeayne, George D., New Haven, Conn. Relief valve 
and trap. 1,598.242 ; Aug. 31. 

Chadeloid Chemical Company. (See Boehmer, Norris, as- 
signor.) 

Chadeloid Chemical Company. (See Ellis, Carleton, as- 
signor.) 

Chad well, Samuel A. (See Burnham, C. H. M.. and 
Chadwell. ) 

Chadwiek, Albert T. (See Dann, W. M., and Chadwick.) 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
Perfection Stove Company, by change of name, Cleve- 
land. Ohio. Stove. Des. 70,313 ; June 8. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
Perfection Stove Company, bv change of name, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Stove. Hes. 70,314 ; June 8. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, assignor to 
Perfection Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Sheet- 
metal construction. 1,574.186 ; Feb. 23. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, assignor to Perfection 
Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil burner. 
1,585,019; May 18. 

Chadwick, Lee S.. Shaker Heights Village, and M. Resek, 
Cleveland Heights, assignors to The Cleveland Metal 
Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil-burner con- 
struction. 1,570,434 ; Jan. 19. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, and M. Resek 
and J. A. Dahlstrom, East Cleveland, assignors to Per- 
fection Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Thermostatic 
control for heating devices. 1,576,718 ; Mar. 16. 

Chadwick, Ralph H., Fort Wayne Ind. assignor to General 
Electric Companv. Transformer. 1,588,171 ; June 8. 

Chaffe, William H., Detroit, Mich., and J. A. Miller, 
Tarrytown, N. Y. : said Chaffe assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Coating and bak- 
ing apparatus for automobile parts and the like. 
1,580,957; Apr. 13. 

Chaffee, Amos E. (See Lee, H. S., and Chaffee.) 

Chaffee, Emory L. (See Hammond, J. H., jr., and 
Chaffee.) 

Chaffee. Emory L., Belmont, assignor to J. H. Hammond, 
jr., Gloucester, Mass. Multifrequency resonant net- 
work. 1,601,109 : Sept. 28. 

Chaffee, Emory L., Belmont, assignor to J. H. Hammond, 
Gloucester, Mass. Transmission system for radiant 
energy. 1,610,425 ; Dec. 14. 

Chailten, Irving H., New York, N. Y. Wrist watch. 
1.591,512 : July 6. 

Chain Belt Company. (See Ball, Charles F., assignor.) 



Chain Belt Company. (See Honeyman, Epbraim, as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Roody, Gustav R., assignor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Shafer, Samuel, jr., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Shafer, S., jr., and Draeger, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Shafer, S., jr., and Reuss, 
assignors.) 

Chaix, .Leon G. (See Quill, Charles J., assignor.) 

Chakaxiaii, Antranig, Philadelphia, ra. Shoe heel. 
1,590,805 ; Aug. 17. 

Chaleil, Paul A., assignor to SociSte Rateau, Paris, 
France. Fuel burner. 1,599,457 ; Sept. 14. 

Chalker, Albert R. (See Lower, N. M., Chalker, and 
Osborne.) 

Chalkley, Curtis R., Covington, Ky. Vacuum breaker 
and fluid deflector for vehicles. 1,584,275 ; May 11. 

Chalkley, Lyman, jr. (See Sullivan, F. W., jr., and 
Chalkey. ) 

Chaliinor, William, assignor to The D. E. McNicol Pot- 
tery Company of West Virginia, Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Plate or similar article. Des. 71,635 ; Dec. 14. 

Chalman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Needle guard for sewing ma- 
chines. 1,594,663 ; Aug. 3. 

Chalman, John E., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Presser foot for sewing ma- 
chines. 1.601.23S ; Sept. 28. 

Chalmer, Ernest, Surbiton, England. Runner for curtain 
rods. 1,571,394; Feb. 2. 

Chalmers, George W., Summit, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Patents Development Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Can-feeding mechanism. 1,600,452 ; Sept. 21. 

Chalmers, George W., Summit, and F. E. Wilson, Argo, 
111., assignors to International Patents Development 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Bail-placing machine. 
I,o75,037 ; Mar. 2. 

Chalmers, James G., assignor to Bathurst Company 
Limited, Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada. Valve 
control in water-cooled grinders. 1.579.914 ; Apr. 6. 

Chalmers, Samuel, North Andover, and F. J. Foley, as- 
signors of one-third to H. C. Straker, Methuen, Mass. 
Shuttle check. 1,568,654 ; Jan. 5. 

Chalupa, Ernil. (See O'Rourke, T. F., and Chalupa.) 

Chamberlain, Benjamin D-, assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Motion-picture apparatus. 
1,583,655 ; May 4. 

Chamberlain, Edythe M., New York, N. Y. Electric Mar- 
cel iron. 1,611,580 ; Dec. 21. 

Chamberlain, Frederick W., Knoxville, Tenn. Paving ma- 
terial and making same. 1,603.192 ; Oct. 12. 

Chamberlain, George, Strawberry Point, Iowa. Collap- 
sible crate. 1,589,112 ; June 15. 

Chamberlain, George E., Decatur, 111. Burr mill. 
1,591,919 ; July 6. 

Chamberlain, George L., Chicago, 111. Electrical con- 
nection for transformers and the like. 1,574,064 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Chamberlain, George W. (See Bacon, W. E., and Cham- 
berlain.) 

Chamberlain, Grace G., assignor of one-fifth to W. W. 
Fife, New Orleans, La. Automatic drip coffeepot. 
1,571,752 ; Feb. 2. 

Chamberlain & Hookham Limited. (See James, Samuel, 
assignor.) 

Chamberlain, John J., assignor to The United States 
Stoneware Company, Akron, Ohio. Press. 1.572,843 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Chamberlain, Morris, Chester, N. J. Transmission brake. 
1,585,082 ; May 18. 

Chamberlain, Paul A., assignor to Electrical Dealers Sup- 
ply House, Inc., Chicago, 111. Radiocondenser. 
1,573.374; Feb. 16. 

Chamberlain, Rufus N„ Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gould Storage Battery Company, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Storage batterv. 1,573,300 ; Feb. 16. 

Chamberlain, Willard E. (See Whitehead. R. H., and 
Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, William H. (See Embury, W. C, and 
Chamberlain.) 

Chamberlain, William T., New York, N. Y. Automatic 
shifter. 1,574,604 ; Feb. 23. 

Chamberlain. William T., New York, N. Y. Heating 
element. 1,604,021 ; Oct. 19. 

Chamberlin, Benjamin D., assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Resilient-type-disk num- 
bering stamp for photographic-printing machines. 
1,572,233 ; Feb. 9. 

Chamberlin, Benjamin D., assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Numbering stamp for 
photographic-printing machines. 1,595,288 ; Aug. 10. 

Chamberlin, Benjamin D.. assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Numbering stamp for 
printing machines. 1,59S,957 ; Sept. 7. 

Chamberlin, George L., Wichita, Kans. Animal trap. 
1.612,608; Dec. 28. 

Chamberlirr, John R., Bronxville, N. Y. Rotary-core drill 
bit. 1,572,349 ; Feb. 9. 

Chambers. Albert W., sr., Hillside, N. J. Lamp shade. 
1,570,230; Jan. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Chambers, Bert C, Dobbs Ferry, J. P. Knierim, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., and G. S. Messing, East Orange, N. J., 
assignors to Jean Bertg Inc., New York, N. Y. Mul- 
ticolor printing. 1,595.756 ; Aug. 10. 

Chambers Brothers Company. (See King, Howard K., 
assignor.) 

Chambers, Charles A., et al. (See Germeyer, Charles F.. 
assignor.) 

Chambers, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Furnace. 1,598,556 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Chambers, Henry G. (See Coss, D., and Chambers.) 

Chambers, James A., Lakeland, Fla. Loading and un- 
loading machine. 1,603,838 ; Oct. 19. 

Chambers, James G., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Cover. 
1,568,878 ; Jan. 5. 

Chambers, Robert, New York, N. Y. Adjustable holder. 
1,584,509; May 11. 

Chambers, Willie L., assignor to William H. Hoegee Co., 
Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Fruit-picker's bag. 1,588,094 ; 
June 8. 

Chambersburg Engineering Company. (See Clarke, 
Eugene C, assignor.) 

Chambersburg Engineering Company. (See Murray, 
George R., assignor.) 

Chambon, Gilbert, Paris, France. Apparatus for re- 
moving the piston rod of locomotives and other engines 
from piston crossheads. 1,575,620 ; Mar. 9. 

Champagne, Jean P., Portland, Oreg. Bushing puller. 
1,593,437 : July 20. 

Champion, Albert, assignor to A C Spark Plug Company, 
Flint, Mich. Terminal connecter for sparK plugs. 
1,568,655 ; Jan. 5. 

Champion, C. V., & Company. (See Chandler, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Champion Dish Washing Machine Company. (See Davis, 
Patrick H., assignor.) 

Champion Pneumatic Machinery Company. (See Kouka, 
Horace H, assignor.) 

Champion Pneumatic Machinery Company. (See Ray- 
field. George T., assignor.) 

Champion Register Company, The. (See Moss, Victor 
G., assignor.) 

Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Rohde, Otto C, as- 
signor.) 

Champion Specialty Company. (See Flinn, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Champion, Warren, Pekin, 111. Compass. 1,570,459 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Champlin, Jay J., Beatrice, Nebr. Sweep rake. 
1,585,462; May 18. 

Champlin, Tint, Little Valley, N. Y. Knife. 1,611,886; 
Dec. 28. 

Champoux, George, Salmon Falls, N. H., assignor of one- 
fourth to J. Camire, one-fourth to F. W. Gardner, and 
one-fourth to F. G. Kaessmann, Lawrence, Mass. Num- 
ber-plate bracket. 1,586,408 ; May 25. 

Chnmpoux, George, Salmon Falls, N. H., assignor of one- 
fourth to J. Camire, one-fourth to F. W. Gardner, and 
one-fourth to F. G. Kaessmann, Lawrence, Mass. Tire 
rack and changer. 1,604,879 ; Oct. 26. 

Chan, Tak H., Chicago, 111. Display lantern. 1,577,449; 
Mar. 23. 

Chance, George W., Swarthmore, Pa. Building construc- 
tion. 1,583,777; May 11. 

Chance, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Smoking device. 
1,591,743 ; July 6. 

Chance, Henry M., Philadelphia, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for thickening mixtures and clarifying liquids. 
1,586,009: June 1. 

Chance, Henry M., Philadelphia, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for clarifying liquids and thickening mixtures. 
1,580,010; June 1. 

Chance and Hunt, Limited. (See Gidden, W. T., and 
Ragg, assignors.) 

Chance, Lloyd B., Liberal, Kans. Hand shield and knife 
support. 1,594,151 ; July 27. 

ice, Thomas M.. Philadelphia, Pa. Method of and 
apparatus for measuring the specific gravity of liquid 
solid mixtures. 1,005,171 ; Nov. 2. 
ice, Thomas M., Philadelphia, Pa. Method and ap- 
paratus for coal washing and ore concentration. 
1,605.172; Nov. 2. 

Chancellor, Victor, and S. L. Calvert, Bristow, Okla. 
Combined separator and trap device. 1,592,079 ; 
July 13. 

Chandeysson, Pierre I., St. Louis, Mo. Rheostat. 
1.576.572 i Mar. 16. 

mdeysson, Pierre I., St. Louis, Mo. Terminal housing. 
L.607,486; Nov. 16. 

''handler. Adelbert, Avondale, Mo. Grain-door puller. 
1,685,468; May 18. 

Chandler, Aquila D., Chicago, 111. Controlling the flow 
of mixture to Internal-combustion engines. 1,588,445 ; 
June 15. 

Chandler, CharleB G., San Antonio, Tex. Apparatus for 
discharging liquid from wells. 1,606,399: Nov. 9. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Vend Ads Corp. Vending machine. 
1,572,422 ; Feb. 9. 

Chandli r, Dlcby W., assignor to Annin & Co., New York. 
N. V Doll. Des. 70.315; June 8. 

idler, Kdward F. (See Taylor, E., and Chandler.) 
flier, Rdward V. (See Taylor. B., Chandler, and Hill.) 



Chandler, Edward F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Limit-control 
system. 1,584,356; May 11. 

Chandler, Edward F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fuel for internal- 
combustion engines. 1,597,343 ; Aug. 24. 

Chandler, Francis P., Houston, Tex. Illuminated toy. 
1,577,517; Mar. 23. 

Chandler, Frank H.. assignor to C. V. Champion & Com- 
pany, Danville, 111. Toasting or cooking apparatus. 
1,609,694; Dec. 7. 

Chandler, Franklin F., and H. G. Myers, assignors to 
Adaptable Tractor Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Control and 
transmission mechanism. 1,594.495 ; Aug. 3. 

Chandler, Henry, Marysville, Mich. Valve follower. 
1,570,728 ; Jan. 26. 

Chandler, Homer P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor clamp. 1,594,925 ; 
Aug. 3. 

assignor to The Ohio Brass Corn- 
Ohio. Sectionalizing switch. 



Chandler, Homer P., 
pany, Mansfield, 
1,594,926; Aug. 3. 

Chandler, Homer P., 



assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 



pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor support. 1,594,927 
Aug. 3. 

Chandler, Homer P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Com- 
pany, Mansfield, Ohio. Conductor support. 1,602,965 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Chandler, James H., London. England. Spring suspen- 
sion for vehicles. 1.602,337 ; Oct. 5. 

Chandler, Jermain, Toledo, Ohio. Rubber toothbrush. 
1,578,074; Mar. 23. 

Chandler, Leonard D., North Abington, Mass. Feed- 
water regulator. 1,596,402 ; Aug. 17. 

Chandler, Milford G., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to C. B. Camp, trustee, Oak Park, 111. 
Carburetor. 1,606,922 ; Nov. 16. 

Chandler, Milton E. (See Gustafson, C. J., and Chan- 
dler.) 

Chandler, Milton E. (See Mock, F. C, and Chandler.) 

Chandler, Milton E., Chicago, 111. Air cleaner. 1,570,040 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Chandler, Orville L., Stamford, N. Y. Log-sawing ma- 
chine. 1,573,806 ; Feb. 23. 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Root, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Chandler & Price Company, Th°. (See Tyler, Ralph S., 
assignor.) 

Chandler, William E., Orangeburg, S. C. Signal appara- 
tus. 1,592,341; July 13/ 

Chandler, William P., assignor of one-half to S. J. Eassy, 
Greenville, S. C. Brace. 1,586,142 ; May 25. 

Chaney, Levere M. (See Teabout, R. A., and Chaney.) 

Chaney Manufacturing Company, The. (See Keogh, An- 
thony, assignor.) 

Chicago, 111. 



Theodore, 
Mar. 23. 
Theodore, 
Mar. 23. 
Theodore, 



Chicago, III. 
Chicago, 111. 



Lamp 


base. Des. 


Lamp 


base. Des. 


Bracket 


for a lamp 


Spindle 


for lighting 



Lamp base. Des. 



Chanock, 
69,738 ; 

Chanock, 
69,739 ; 

Chanock, 

post. Des. 69,740 ; Mar. 23. 

Chanock, Theodore, Chicago, 111. 
fixtures. Des. 69,741 ; Mar. 23. 

Chanock, Theodore, Chicago, HI. 
70,096 ; May 11. 

Chanock, Theodore, Chicago, III. Stand for a table lamp. 
Des. 70,213; May 25. 

Chant, John. (See Wardrop, T., and Chant.) 

Chantland, Ethel, Chicago, 111. Pillow top. Des. 70,097 ; 
May 11. 

Chantry, James, Sheffield, England. Sharpening de- 
vice. 1,576,091 ; Mar. 9. 

Chapel, Charles A., Enid, Okla. Vehicle surface signal. 
1,599,986; Sept. 14. 

Chapin, Albert J., Oakland, Calif., assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Auto- 
motive brake mechanism. 1,585,763 ; May 25. 

Chapin, Albert J., Glendale, Calif., assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Vehi- 
cle wheel. 1,500,284; June 29. 

Chapin, Alfred V., San Antonio, Tex. Auxiliary air and 
fume supply for explosive engines. 1,598.243 ; Aug. 31. 

Chapin, Chaunccy C., Sterling, Colo. Transfer switch. 
1,569,965 ; Jan. 19. 

Chapin, Fred II., assignor to The Bourne-Fuller Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Molding shrink-head casings. 
1,572,705; Feb. 9. 

Chapin, Fred H., assignor to The Bourne-Fuller Com- 
pany, Cleveland. Ohio. Mold for making shrink-head 
casings. 1. 572,700; Feb. 9; 

Chapin, Glen E., San Antonio, Tex. Water bicycle. 
1.578. 395 : Mar. ,"0. 

Chapin, John J., assignor to Chapin Products Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Can opener. 1,598,641 ; Sept. 7. 

Chapin, Melvin, Detroit, Mich, 
mount. 1.593.793; July 27. 

Chapin Products Corporation. 
assignor.) 

Chapin-SUelton Corporation. (See Baker, Frank E.. as- 
signor.) 

Chaplin, Basil. (See Miebach, H. E., and Chaplin.) 

Chaplin, Mauley J., San Francisco, assignor of one-half 
to A. J. Bayley. Berkeley. Calif. Milling machine at- 
tachment for lathes. 1,576,719; Mar. 10. 



Pipe bender and vise 
(See Chapin, John J., 



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Chapman, Albert E., London, England. Electrical vari- 
able condenser. 1,610,258 ; Dec. 14. 

Chapman, Albert K., and O. Wittcl, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester,' N. Y. Combined 
film-footage Indicator and latch. 1,583,656 ; May 4. 

Chapman, Charles F., Rochester, N. Y. Combination 
tea wagon and dishwashing machine. 1,583,657 ; 
May 4. 

Chapman, Corwin C, Palo Alto, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Federal Telegraph Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Radiofrequency arc converter and 
operating same. 1,598,848 ; Sept. 7. 

Chapman, Earl H., Kenwood Park, Iowa. Curtain-dry- 
ing stretcher. 1,5S0,958 ; Apr. 13. 

Chapman, Elmer B. (See Gramsa, Joseph G., assignor.) 

Chapman Engineering Company, The. (See Chapman, 
William B., assignor.) 

Chapman, Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Amusement device. 
1,588,941; June 15. 

Chapman, Frank D., assignor to Berlin-Chapman Com- 
pany, Berlin, Wis. Automatic processing apparatus. 
1,579,517 ; Apr. 6. 

Chapman, Frank D., assignor to Berlin-Chapman Com- 
pany, Berlin, Wis. Continuous shaker. l,596,2ot> ; 
Aug. 17. 

Cbapman, Frank F. B., Hollis, N. H. Collapsible tube. 
1,600,718 ; Sept. 21. 

Caapmau, Frank F. B., Hollis, N. ' H. Child's vehicle. 
1,609,462 ; Dec. 7. 

Chapman, George O., Santa Ana, Calif. Mixing device 
for inlet manifolds. 1,594,711 ; Aug. 3. 

Chapman, Harry, Sheffield, England. Means for observ- 
ing the working conditions in the cylinder of an inter- 
nal-combustion engine. 1,572,423 ; Feb. 9. 

Chapman, Joan, New York, N. Y. Doll. Des. 69,252; 
Jan. 19. 

Chapman, Leslie G., Bangor, Me. Towline for automo- 
biles. 1,574,552; Feb. 23. 

Chapman, Lyman B. (See Boden, G., King, and Chap- 
man.) 

Chapman, Penrose E., St. Louis, Mo. Armature-winding 
machine. 1,579,808 ; Apr. 6. 

Chapman, Ralph W., assignor to T. M. Chapman"s Sons' 
Co.. Oldtown, Me. Electric therapeutic device. 
1,587,505 ; June 8. 

Chapman, Robert F. (See White, Alfred N., assignor.) 

Chapman Valve Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, 
Emory T., assignor, j 

Chapman, William B., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
The Chapman Engineering Company, Mount Vernon, 
Ohio. Fuel-feeding mechanism for gas producers. 
1,586,176; May 25. 

Chapman, William E., Flora, Miss. Air compressor. 
1,611.849; Dec. 21. 

Chapman. William G., Nashua, N. H. Ice scooter. 
1,604,680 ; Oct. 26. 

Chapman, William H., Oakland, Calif. Circuit closer for 
automobile curve lights. 1,596,335 ; Aug. 17. 

Chapman, William T., Niskayuna, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Demand indicator and con- 
troller. 1,610,038 ; Dec. 7. 
.Chapman's, T. M., Sons' Co. (See Chapman," Ralph W., 
assignor.) 

Chapmon, John V., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Layne- 
New York Company, inc., New York, N. Y. Well 
cleaner and developer. 1.599,744 ; Sept. 14. 

Chapotat, Emile, Vienne, France. Collapsible packing 
case. 1,585,328 ; May 18. 

Chappel, Sydney, Attleboio, Mass. Carburetor. 1,601, 19S ; 
Sept. 28. 

Chappell, Elbert M., Hartsville, S. C. Device for use in 
shaving. 1,600,930; Sept. 21. 

Chappell, John L., assignor to Union Art Glass & Fixture 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Combined lantern and bracket. 
Des. 70,402 ; June 22. 

ChappeU, John L., assignor to Union Art Glass & Fixture 
Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Lighting fixture. Des. 71,004 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Chappell, Marvin L. (See Vail, H. P., and Wright, as- 
signors.! 

Chappell, Thomas E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spacer for hold- 
ing reenforeing parts for concrete. 1,602,649 ; Oct. 12. 

Charaway, Frederick, Piqua, Ohio. Golf club. 1,587,758 ; 
June 8. 

Charest, Albert J., Woonsocket, R. I. Toy gun. 1,575,189 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Charette, Jean B. (See Bernier, Ernest, assignor.) 

Charles, Carl L., and P. R. Drenning, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to H. M. Brune, C. E. Scarlett, 
and J. Fisher, trustees, Baltimore, Md. Railwav-car 
truck. 1,568,058 ; Jan. 5. 

Charles, Kenry L.. Kent, Wash. Smelting furnace. 
1.612.571; Dec. 28. 

Charles, Iestyn M., Golden, Colo. Mechanical shovel. 
1,583,870; May 11. 

Charles, Richard P. (See Delany, E. L., and Charles.) 

Charles, Ulysses G., et al. (See Tripp, Leslie R., as- 
signor.) 

Charleson, John T., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Method and machine 
for making a fiber composition. 1,599,378 ; Sept. 7. 

Charleson, John T., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Manufacturing a 
rubberized fiber composition. 1,603.318 ; Oct. 19. 



Charleson, John T., assignor to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Making a fibrous rub- 
berized material. 1,606,513 ; Nov. 9. 

Charlton, Albert J., Lowden, Iowa. Automobile wheel. 
1,584,845; May 18. 

Charlton, Emanuel X., London, Ontario, Canada, ltoute 
map and the like. 1,587,506 ; June 8. 

Charlton, John F., Jenkintown, Pa. Course finder and 
radio position plotter. 1,594,602 ; Aug. 3. 

Charlton, John W. (See Wolf, F. F., and Charlton.) 

Charlton, Newton E., Clayton, N. Mex. Safety-razor- 
blade holder. 1,573,630 ; Feb. 16. 

Charms Company. (See Kiout, Ray W., assignor.) 

Charms Company. (See Spaid, Kussel B., assignor.) 

Charnock, George H., Buffalo, N. Y. Silencer for gas- 
engine valve mechanism. 1,573.962 ; Feb. 23. 

Charpentier, Paul, assignor to Forges & Ateliers de Con- 
structions Electriques de Jeumont, Paris, France. Oil- 
break electric switch. 1,585,232 ; May 18. 

Charter Oak Stove & Range Company. (See Dana, 
Leslie, assignor.) 

Chartier, Frank, Duluth, Minn. Drag. 1,574,605 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Chartoffi, Louis, and J. Sumerspitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dis- 
play device. 1,571,623 ; Feb. 2. 

Charton, Edmond, and P. M. Mongereau, Paris, France. 
Pulverizing machine. l,o91,283 ; July 6. 

Charton, Paul W., New York, N. Y. Device for pro- 
jecting the different positions of stars. 1,608,301 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Chase, Albert W. (See Richter, G. A., Van Arsdel, and 
Chase.) 

Chase, Charles B., Fall River, Mass. Fabric and in loom 
employed in the manufacture thereof. 1,573,807 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Chase Companies. (See Gleason, Henry M., assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (S«e Goetz, Henry P., as- 
signor.) 

Chase Companies. (See Webb, Ernest H., assignor.) 

Chase Companies Inc. (See Keeker, Adolph C, assignor.) 

Chase, Earle M., Springfield, Mass. Inductance coil. 
1,603,515; Oct. 19. 

Chase, Earle M., assignor to Universal Candy and Choc- 
olate Machinery Company, Inc., Springfield, Mass. 
Marshmallow-beating machine. 1,582,509 ; Apr. 27. 

Chase, Earle M., assignor to Universal Candy and 
Chocolate Machinery Company, Inc., Springfield, Mass. 
Flow pan for coating machines. 1,589,788 ; June 22. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Ornamenting stone. 
1,594,603 ; Aug. 3. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Wheel for finishing stone. 
1,603,516; Oct. 19. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Abrasive composition 
for use in sand-blast work. 1, 60S, 056 ; Nov. 23. 

Chase, Elroy A., Northfield, Vt. Treating the surface 
of granite or like stone. 1,608,057 ; Nov. 23. 

Chase Foundry & Mfg. Company, The. (See Chase, Sher- 
wood M., assignor.) 

Chase, Frank H., deceased, Philadelphia, Pa. ; P. R. 
Chase, txecutor. Combined heel and arch support. 
1,607,867 ; Nov. 23. 

Chase, Fred G. (See Magranis, W. C, and Chase.) 

Chase, Harold M., and G. W. Robertson, assignors to 
Riverside and Dan River Cotton Mills, Danville, Va. 
Treating warp in long chain or rope form. 1,568,959 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Chase, Henry M., Holyoke, Mass., assignor to Worthing- 
ton Pump and Machinerv Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Pump. 1,606,868 ; Nov. 16. 

Chase, Herman G., Clarkston, Wash. Copyholder. 
1,585,531 ; May 18. 

Chase, Irwin, Bayonne, N. J., assignor to The Elco 
Works of the Electric Boat Company. Door mount- 
ing. 1,574,553; Feb. 23. 

Chase, Leon W., assignor to Chase Plow Company, 
Lincoln, Nebr. Caster-wheel bracket. 1,579,689 ; Apr. 6. 

Chase National Bank of the City of New York, The, 
trustee. (See Odlln. John W., assignor.) 

Chase, Newton D., assignor of one-third to R. S. Stryker, 
Hornbrook, Calif. Fishway. 1,569,419 ; Jan. 12. 

Chase, Philip M. (See Thurston. E. W., and Chase.) 

Chase, Philip R., executor. (See Chase, Frank H., as- 
signor.) 

Chase Plow Company. (See Chase, Leon W.. assignor.) 

Chase, Samuel, Long Beach, Calif. Adjustable cage-sus- 
pension device. 1,597,015 ; Aug. 24. 

Chase, Sherwood M., assignor to The Chase Foundry & 
Mfg. Company, Columbus, Ohio. Truck and car. 
1,585,375; May 18. 

Chason. Daniel H„ assignor to The Singer Manufac- 
turing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Lock. 1,594,152 ; 
July 27. 

Chasselon, Ren§ L., Paris, France. Removable tag for 
laces. 1,576,627 ; Mar. 16. 

Chatfield Manufacturing Company. (See Sjodahl. Hil- 
ding A., assignor.) 

Chatham, Clyde L., Paterson, N. J. Circuit-testing de- 
vice. 1,588,572; June 15. ' 
Chatham, Herbert E., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Sling 
support for vessels. 1,600.931 ; Sept. 21. 

Chatham, Robert E., Dallas, Tex. Signal device 
for railways. 1,585.891; May 25. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees — Continued. 



Chatillon, George E., assignor to John Chatillon & Sons, 
New York, N. Y. Scale case. 1,587,146; June 1. 

Chatillon, John, & Sons. (See Cameron, Hugh M., as- 
signor.) 

Chatillon, John, & Sons. (See Chatillon, George E., as- 
signor.) 

Chaton Fibre Company. (See Eaton, William E., as- 
signor.) 

Chatterton, Frank H. (See Frye, R. F., and Chatterton.) 

Chattin, John E., Dahlonega, Ga. Egg beater. . 1,572,764 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Chausse, Wilfrid G., Detroit, Mich. Tool-heatiug vehicle 
1,598,051 ; Aug. 31. 

Chaussee, J. B., et al. (See Meschke, Gustave E., as- 
signor.) 

Chauveau, Louis L. E., Paris, France. Printing telegra- 
phy. 1,597,763; Aug. 31. 

Chauveau, Louis L. E., Paris, France. Automatic switch 
for distant control. 1,607,868 ; Nov. 23. 

Chauveur, Joseph E. A., Concarneau, assignor to Societe 
P. Navarre & Fils, Paris, France. Machine for re- 
moving the heads and guts of fish. 1,577,518 ; Mar. 23. 

Chayes Dental Instrument Corporation. (See Chayes, 
Herman 12. S., assignor.) 

Chayes, Herman E. S., New York, N. Y. Composition 
of matter for use in dentistry. 1,603,746 ; Oct. 19. 

Chayes, Herman E. S., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Chayes Dental Instrument Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Dental model. 1,598,052 ; Aug. 31. 

Chayes, Herman E. S., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Chayes Dental Instrument Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Denture connection. 1,599,987 ; Sept. 14. 

Cheape, John A., assignor to Ezyon Corporation, Char- 
lottesville, Va. Antiskid chain. 1,573,631 ; Feb. 16. 

Cheatham Electric Switching Device Company. (See 
Milton, John L., assignor.) 

Checkley, George, New York, N. Y. Propeller. 1,607,116 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Checkometer Sales Co. (See Willis, George M., assignor.) 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mignon Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Cabinet player. 1,579,192 ; Mar. 30. 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mignon Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Stop-relay mechanism for record- 
controlled musical instruments. 1,599,394 ; Sept. 7. 

Cheek, Tolbert F., assignor to Welte-Mignon Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Valve mechanism. 1,600,755 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Cheetham, George A., Manchester, England, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 
Electrical measuring instrument. 1,580,408 ; Apr. 13. 

Chein, Elizabeth H., executrix. (See Arden, Thomas It.) 

Chein, Elizabeth H., executrix. (See Chein, Julius.) 

Chein, Julius. (See Arden, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Chein, Julius, New York, N. Y. Toy filling station. 
Dos. 69,492 ; Feb. 23. 

Chein, Julius, deceased, New York, N. Y. ; E. H. Chein, 
executrix. Toy filling station. 1,597,178 ; Aug. 24. 

Chellis, Lawrence D. (See Wunderlich, P., and Chellis.) 

Chelotti, Italo. (See Farmer, Thomas E., assignor.) 

Chemical Construction Company. (See Hechenbleikner, 
Ingenuin, assignor.) 

Chemical Construction Company. (See Hechenbleikner, 
I., and Oliver, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Joyce, 
Asa W., assignor.) 

Chemical Treatment Company. (See Fink, Colin G., as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Treatment Company. (See Fink, C. G., and 
Pan, assignors.) 

Chemical Treatment Company, Inc. (See Fink, C. G., 
and Eld ridge, assignors.) 

Chemical & Vacuum' Machinery Co. Inc. (See Lavett, 
Charles O., assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Action (vorm. E. Schering). (See 
Freund. E„ and Jordan, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (vorm. E. Schering). (See 
Jordan, Hans, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (vorm. E. Schering). (See 
Schoeller, W., and Schmidt, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (vorm. E. Schering). (See 
Thiele, Albrecht, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Dr. Hugo Staltzenberg. (See ZempISn, 
G6za. assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Beck, Adolf, 
assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Laska, A. L., 
and Weber, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Crieshpim-Elektron. (See Laska, A. L., 
and Zitscber, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Merkel, 
Franz, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Pistor, Gus- 
tav, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim Elektron. (See Pistor, G., 
and Borsbach, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron, The. (See Pistor, 
G., Schultze, and Reitz, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Iteyher, Ru- 
dolf, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Suchy, 

Robert, assignor.) 
Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Zitscber, 

Arthur, assignor.) 



Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron. (See Zitscher, A., 
and Schmltt, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik Griinau Landshoffi & Meyer, Aktien- 
geseilschaft. (See Kirchner, Walter, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Ludwig Meyer. (See Molz, Emil, as- 
signor.) 

Chenery, William H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. De- 
tachable tread for footwear. 1,580,232 ; Apr. 13. 

Cheney, Byron M., La Grange, 111. Applying rails and 
track spike therefor. 1,604,806 ; Oct. 26. 

Cheney, Charles W., Boston, Mass. Massage appliance. 
1,604,146 ; Oct. 26. 

Cheney, Charles W., Boston, Mass. Massage apparatus. 
1,609,796; Dec. 7. 

Cheney, Forest C, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to 
Cheney Talking Machine Co., Chicago, 111. Constant- 
speed electric drive for talking machines. 1,576,720 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Cheney, George M., assignor to Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Loom shuttle. 1,580,959 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Cheney, George M., assignor to Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Yarn-tensioning device for 
loom shuttles. 1,580,960; Apr. 13. 

Cheney, George M., assignor to Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Shuttle for automatic looms. 
1,580,961; Apr. 13. 

Cheney, George M., assignor to Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany, Southbridge, Mass. Loom shuttle. 1,595,707 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Cheney, George M., assignor to Litchfield Shuttle Com- 
pany. Southbridge, Mass. Yarn tensioning for loom 
shuttles. 1,595,708 ; Aug. 10. 

Cheney, Gough L., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic 
laboratory Alter. 1,006,400 ; Nov. 9. 

Cheney, Henry, Hammer Corporation. (See Hose 
Titus S.) 

Cheney, Herbert N., Boston, Mass., assignor to The Gas 
Machinery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatically 
operating the valves of gas sets. 1,611,415 ; Dec. 21. 

Cheney, Herbert N., Boston, Mass., assignor to The Gas 
Machinery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Control mech- 
anism for gas set valves. 1,611,416 ; Dec. 21. 

Cheney, Herbert W., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manu- 
facturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Switch. 
1,574,417; Feb. 23. 

Cheney, Herbert W., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manu- 
facturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Electromagnetic 
switch mechanism. 1,578,878 ; Mar. 30. 

Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Bremken, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Cheney Talking Machine Co. (See Cheney, Forest C, 
assignor.) 

Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Doerr, Fred H., 
assignor.) 

Cheney Talking Machine Company. (See Hitchner, 
Joseph C-, assignor.) 

Chenier, Hector. (See Pare, O., and Chenier.) 

Chenot, William E., Belleville, 111. Method and appara- 
tus for distillation. 1,584,730 ; May 18. 

Chenoweth, Roy, Glendale, Calif. Cigarette extinguisher. 
Des. 70,214 ; May 25. 

Chenowith, William H., and G. C. Schimpf, assignors to 
II. D. Harvey, Baltimore, Md. Melting furnace. 
1,569,314; Jan. 12. , 

Chenowith, William II., and G. C. Schimpf, assignors to 
H. D. Harvey, Baltimore, Md. Melting furnace. 
1,579,077 ; Mar. 30. 

Chermette, Edouard F. (See Altwegg, J., and Cher- 
mette. ) 

Chernick, Frank, Detroit, Mich. Doorframe. 1,600,164 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Chero-Cola Company. (See Sears, Claud A., assignor.) 

Cherry, Arthur D.. Okmulgee, Okla. Weather strip for 
doors. 1,612,609; Dec. 28. 

Cherry, Henry and T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination 
tool. 1,604,735 ; Oct. 26. 

Cherry, John W., Cumro, Nebr. Combined jack and wire 
stretcher. 1,582,119; Apr. 27. 

Cherry, Lester A., Kenmore, N. Y. Computing device. 
1,597,053; Aug. 24. 

Cberrv. Lewis J., Houston, Tex. Angle finder. 
1,589.511 : June 22. 

Cherry, Louis B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
C. and C. Developing Company, Kansas City, Mo. 
Treating hydrocarbons and oils. 1,588,308 ; June 8. 

Cherry, Thomas. (See Cherry, Henry and T.) 

Cherubini, Leon, Hazleton, Pa. Curtain-rod and shade- 
roller support. 1,597,016 ; Aug. 24. 

Chesebrough Manufacturing Company (Consolidated). 
(See Perchard, Alfred J., assignor.) 

Cheselka, Peter, Cleveland, Ohio. Railway-car brake. 
1,611,338 ; Dec. 21. 

Cheshire, Edward, Berlin Township, Wis., assignor to 
Miehle Printing Press & Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Printing-press control mechanism. 1,582,576 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Cheshire Kitchens, Inc. (See Morton, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

Cbeslev, Willis F., Kansas City, Mo. Automatic shaft 
disconnecter. 1,581,678 ; Apr. 20. 

Chesney, John, Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
do Nemours mid Company, Wilmington, Del. Shell 
drill. 1,575,253; Mar. 2. 



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Chesnut, John D., and H. A. Ray, Oakland, and C. H. War- 
field, San Francisco, Calif. Newspaper-vending ma- 
chine. 1,600,623; Sept. 21. 

Chester, D. Hubert. Buffalo, N. Y. Duplex strainer. 
1,582,450 : Apr. 27. 

Chester, Dick H., Buffalo, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 
1,581,384; Apr. 20. 

Chester, Frank R., New York, N. Y. Game. 1,598,711; 
Sept. 7. 

Chester, Frank R., New York, N. Y. Game. 1,601,340 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Chester Products Corporation. (See Morin, Louis H., 
assignor.) 

Chesterfield Metal Company. (See Chesterfield, Percy C, 
assignor.) 

Chesterfield, Percy C, assignor to Chesterfield Metal 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Mold for casting metal. 
1,589,365 ; .Tune 22. 

Chesterfield Tube Company Limited, The. (See Trevor- 
row, Joseph H. L., assignor.) 

Chesterman, Dana L., assignor to Chesterman Leeland 
Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Truss pad. 1,584,510; May 11. 

Chesterman Leeland Co. (See Chesterman, Dana L. 
assignor.) 

Chestnut, John H., jr., Tarentum, Pa. Safety mechanism 
for railway tracks. 1,572,765 ; Feb. 9. 

Chestnut and Smith Corporation. (See Oberfell, G. G., 
Ballard, Alden, TJtsinger, and Lentz, assignors.) 

Chevalier, John F. (See Griswold, A. A., and Goddard, 
assignors.) 

Chevalier, Joseph M. A., P. Bourcet, and H. Regnault, 
Paris, France. Distillation of natural resins and oleo- 
resins. 1,572,766 ; Feb. 9. 

Chevrette, Augustin J. (See Erler, C. M., and Chevrette.) 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Terry-pile-fabric loom. 
1,595,289 ; Aug. 10. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Weft detector on 
loom transferrer mechanism. 1,604,258 ; Oct. 26. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Weft detector for 
looms. 1,608,646; Nov. 30. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Bobbin support for 
weft-replenishing mechanism. 1,608,647 ; Nov. 30. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Weft detector in 
regularly-moving transferrers. 1,609,537 ; Dec. 7. 

Chevrette, Augustin J., assignor to Crompton & Knowles 
Loom Works. Worcester, Mass. Giveway for weft- 
replenishing looms. 1.012,097 ; Dec. 28. 

Cheyne, William H., Brentford, England. Mixing and 
grinding mill. 1,608,200 ; Nov. 23. 

Cheyney, Arthur B., Merion, Pa. Golf-bag holder. 
1,595,073; Aug. 10. 

Chial, John. Detroit, Minn. Loader. 1.583,336; May 4. 

Chiarcossi, Guido, Powell River, British Columbia, Canada. 
Holder for milk bottles. 1,582,732 ; Apr. 27. 

Cliiarelli, Antonio, New York, N. Y. Propelling mecha- 
nism for air na'vigators. 1,590,735 ; June 29. 

Chiarelli, Antonio, New York, N. Y. Monorail system. 
1,592,821 ; July 20. 

Chicago Apparatus Company. (See Shay, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Cnicago Carton Company. (See Hayes, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Russell, 
Thomas N., assignor.) 

Chicago-Cleveland Car Roofing Company. (See Wright, 
William, assignor.) 

Chicago Crucible Company. (See Crosser, David H., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Daily News, Inc. (See Pratt, Russell, assignor.) 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Co. (See Gough, James 
J., assignor.) 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Meade, 
Glen G., assignor.) 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Preston, 
Edward S., assignor.) 

Chicago Electrotype and Stereotype Company. (See 
Iloff, Harry G., assignor.) 

Chicago Engineering Works, Inc. (See Mahoney, George 
H., assignor.) 

Chicago Fire Brick Company. (See Abbott, Lyle S., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Bristow, Franciss 
G.. assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Browning, George, 
assignor.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See McArdle. M. W„ 
and Wright, assignors.) 

Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Sjolin, Ernest, 
assignor.) 

Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Company. (See Gil- 
more, Charles B., assignor.) 

Chicago Fuse Mfg. Co. (See Kellner, Louis, assignor.) 

Chicago Fuse Mfg. Company. (See Lane, James L., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Burgess, 
George A., assignor.) 

Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Burlin, 
Leslie H., assignor.) 



Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Hathorne, 
Sherman A., assignor.) 

Chicago Hardware Foundry Company. (See Sedgwick, 
Earl P., assignor.) 

Chicago Label & Box Company, The. (See Childs, Theron 
W.. assignor.) 

Chicago Metallic Packing Co. (See Rhodes, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Mica Company. (See Frederick, Lou's T., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago Mill and Lumber Company. (See Walter, Har- 
rison B., assignor.) 

Chicago Nipple Manufacturing Co. (See Burch, Robert 
R., assignor.) 

Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Company. 
(See Budd, Britton I., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Byer, Henry E., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Coates, Charles 
B., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Collins, Lester 
L., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Cox, Clarence 
E., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Hoffman, Leon 
F., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Kimman, Theo- 
dore P., assignor.) 

Chicago l'neumatic Tool Company. (See Meunier, Leon 
F., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Penherthy, Er- 
nest, assignor.) 

Chicago l'neumatic Tool Cimpany. (See Penberthy, E., 
and Glnser, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Smith, William 
A., assignor.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Comnany. (See Smith, W. A., 
and Dockham, assignors.) 

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Stevens, Edward 
W., assignor.) 

Chicago Portrait Company. (See Nast, Christian F., as- 
signor.) 

Chicago, Pump Company. (See Durdin, Augustus C, jr.) 

Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Walker, 
Edward T.. assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Signal and Supply Company. (See 
Christofferson, Christian A., assignor.) 

Chicago Railway Signal & Supply Company. (See 
McCarthy, Daniel J., assignor.) 

Chicago Retort and Fire Brick Company. (See Bankert, 
Fred H., assignor.) 

Chicago Shoe Machinery Company. (See Du Mais, L. J., 
and Miner, assignors.) 

Chicago Spring Butt Company. (See Keene, William J., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Spring Hinge Company. (See Keene, William J., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Standard Metallic Packing Company. (See Bade- 
ker, John, assignor.)' 

Chicago Sypho-Meter Mfg. Co. (See Brooks, Robert A.. 
assignor.) 

Chicago Telephone Supply Company. (See Stirling, 
James A., assignor.) 

Chicago Trust Company, trustee. (See Ditto, Marvin W., 
assignor.) 

Chicago Trust Company, trustee. (See Roberts, Arthur, 
assignor.) 

Chiekering, Daniel J„ Spokane, assignor of fifty-one per 
cent to Eggers Pole & Supply Company, Parkwater, 
Wash. Portable punching machine. 1,573,143 ; 
Feb. 1G. 

Chidley, Rock C, New York, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
1.596,403 ; Aug. 17. 

Chiesa, John, Garland, Tex. Door-operating mechanism. 
1.607,437 ; Nov. 16. 

Chilcote, Luden K. (See Shlley, Elmer C., assignor.) 

Child, E. E., Company. (See Gossett, Robert W., as- 
signor.) 

Child. Warren G., Ogden, Utah. Framing square. 
1,611,718 ; Dec. 21. 

Childers, George W., Ontario, Calif. Tire armor. 
1,5S1,385 ; Apr. 20. 

Childers, Harry R., assignor of one-third to O. A. Day 
and one-third to C. P. Day, Indianapolis. Ind. Auto- 
matic lubricator. 1,609,695 ; Dec. 7. 

Children's Vehicle Corporation. (See Kuniholm, Hugo 
M., assignor.) 

Childress. Edward, et al. (See Richards, George C, as- 
signor.) 

Childress, Frank. (See Marcum, James G., assignor.) 

Childress, Henry L, and W. B. Roberts, Lynchburg, Va., 
assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Shuttle-feeler thread parter and clamp. 1,606,748 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Childs, Clarence E., San Diego, Calif. Vehicle top 
side inclosure. 1,585,764 ; May 25. 

Childs. Edward E., Oakland, Calif. Dancing figure toy. 
1,590,563 ; June 20. 

Childs, Gustav G., assignor to Breck Engineering Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Spray nozzle. 1,603,270 ; Oct. 19. 

Childs, Harold L.. Elyria, Ohio. Combination table. 
1,595.379 ; Aug. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees— Continued. 



Childs, Kenneth L., assignor to The Fabric Body Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle body construction. 
1,579,466 ; Apr. 6. 

Childs, Robert K., Roanoke, assignor of part interests 
to W. H. Wood, Salem, J. L. Early, Saltville, B. C. 
Moomaw, Roanoke, J. T. Layman, Amsterdam, W. H.